Experience Traditional Indian Life
Starting the day with a Yoga session in the morning, followed by a visit to the farms around; along with a working session in the fields. Then a delicious traditional breakfast sets the tone for a traditional day of village life experience.
Understanding the cuisine and what goes into it in terms of tradition, follows the morning. After which one has an afternoon of rest and recuperation.
The evenings are activity and fun filled with traditional and seasonal celebrations including cultural activities in which the entire community partake with great sincerity.
2. Farm Market
3. Jaggery Making
6. Black Smith
Learn as stories are shared
Traditional or village life in India is all about experiences. And experiences are all about stories. Stories are all about people and stories is what teach us about life. This is a Rasa Gurukul philosophy. Be it the forge of Blacksmith, the wheel of the potter or the Churn of the jiggery maker, the traditional artisans share their experience to teach at the Gurukul and that in itself is an immensely enjoyable learning experience.
Every evening, the Gurukul plays host to a cultural entertainment event, and invites both visiting artists and students of the Gurukul to take part. Togetherness is everything every traditional life and the truth of that sentiment is sustained by the Rasa philosophy. Live, work and celebrate together is the spirit of the Gurukul and that is what makes the experience a transformative one.