09 August, 2014

Settling in a green environment like the Himalayas—forming a community / travel group.




I have a dream


My dream is to shift to an unpolluted green environment and live in accordance with nature.


Please click on this link below to read the article-- Living amidst Nature:



I plan to form a group of people with whom I can travel to find out a suitable place to settle and on the way we can visit places of interest, ancient temples —it could indeed be a journey of a lifetime.


Whenever I have thought of something in the past it has always come out true but many a times I have not put the thought / idea into practice and lost the opportunity; this time I want to fulfill my dream of moving out of the city and live in harmony with nature.


Anyone with similar ideas are more than welcome to join.
























19 comments:

  1. WOW!!! My dream exactly. This is what i have been thinking and talking about. God made villages, mountains, trees, forests, rivers.... People converted them into cities and destroyed everything. Everything needed to live a comfortable life is possible in a village living sustainably in harmony with nature. A group of people can get together and form an eco-friendly community. Vedic knowledge is the key to everything.

    By the way have u visited Capt. Ajit Vadakayil's blog? His knowledge is awesome.

    Prachi

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    1. welcome to the blog, i am looking forward to meet such like minded people.

      yes i do read capt's blogs some of the things he says are interesting

      keep in touch

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  2. Loved ur blog... I want to do this too however i am unsure of how to go about it ...

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    1. Thank you very much, if you would like to have information regarding travelling you can ask me any specific questions.

      If it is regarding settling or second home you have to first find a suitable place for which you will have to travel

      I have similar ideas and as written in the blog I am trying to make a group of like-minded people.

      So many people have this wish but unable to proceed ahead

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  3. I so want to do this too .. Unsure of how to go about it...

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    1. replied in the previous comment

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  4. person who has left his cell number 970----057 please communicate via contact me window on the right hand side

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  5. Namaste,

    Any progress on the search for a place like this?

    -Prachi

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    1. namaste

      yes i have zeroed down on a few places, which i would revisit after monsoons

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  6. Namaste,

    I am planning to visit Uttarakhand in October myself, with my son. I have not finalised the place...either Kausani, nagtibba or any other remote place that i come to know of before that.

    Prachi

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    1. Namaste
      Kausani is famous for Himalayan landscape, I stayed in the KMVN guest house, if you would like to see the photos I can send by e mail, nagtibba is a trek
      You may also consider Badrinath, which would not be crowded in October
      You have a very sweet son

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  7. Namaste,

    I have been to uttarakhand twice(october 2014 & october 2016). Both times i stayed in Anamay Ashram in Kausani. I might stay at the same place and explore a little bit more of other places or I might go to some other place this time if I come across some place interesting till then. I have not decided yet.
    Yes, Please send me some photos. My email address is self_15@yahoo.com
    Will Badrinath be difficult with my son? he is 6 years old.

    Regards,
    Prachi

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    1. Namaste
      I thought you would be travelling for the first time to kausani that is why I offered to share some photos, but you have already visited the place
      Badrinath is connected by a motorable road, people even bring their infant children, just break your journey in-between
      I have seen so many people taking small children on trekking routes too

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  8. Namaste

    Do you know of any or have you found a community living self-sufficiently and sustainably in harmony with nature in the himalayas

    -Prachi

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    1. No I am not aware; groups who do organic farming / natural village stays etc are out to make money
      Everyone wants a READYMADE Vedic village where they can start staying in harmony with nature
      No one wants to form a group, search for a place, cultivate the land, plant seeds and set up a Vedic lifestyle

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  9. Namaste,

    I see your point. Not many people who have the resources, actually want to take the initiative. Most are just trying to make money from organic farming. But maybe that is just a start. Probably love for natural living will eventually lead people to just do it by coming together. I still think there must be some communities in remote villages...
    Check www.kanchiecovillage.com

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    1. Yes, there are communities like this one
      Only thing regarding plotted spaces is there is no scope to expand in future, better to have own land

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  10. NAMASTE,

    Thanks for your reply. I might visit uttarakhand in october. Can you suggest place/ places that i can stay with my son who is 6 yrs for 5-6 days.(small budget, clean place, simple traditional remote village, view of the himalayas).
    Thanks
    Prachi

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    1. this time october will be crowded
      i would suggest Badrinath

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