Today’s Deccan Chronicle newspaper carried a full page story on our farm and the activities that happens there.
The online link to the story is here http://www.dc-epaper.com/PUBLICATIONS/DC/DCC/2013/11/21/ArticleHtmls/Town-and-country-life-up-close-21112013111008.shtml?Mode=1
Today, I removed the TV from our home. For the 3rd time this year. The previous two attempts did not last more than a month and hence were clear failures.
The only difference this time is that the TV has been physically removed from our home and packed off to our village. Earlier, we just discontinued the cable but the physical sight of the TV was a constant temptation.
My wife is supportive but my daughters are not amused. They retaliated by banning me from viewing YouTube at home.
An absolute Win-Win. #Productivity FTW !
Here are photos from a couple of years ago when the farmhouse was being built. Looking back, we’ve come quite some way!
The Green Tunnel : The road that leads to our farm. Bless the soul that planted these decades ago. Shot this pic during a heavy downpour. — at Vaksana Farms
Photo taken at Sankarabarani River, one of the two rivers that sandwiches our Rettanai Village. The participants of ‘Buketlist Bootcamp’ kickstarted the first day by trekking alongside the river. The beauty of offsite retreats is that the bonding between people happens so easily. This bonding is vital for people to feel comfortable sharing their goals and struggles with each other during the event. — at Rettanai village.
We have two last-minute vacancies for the awesome ‘Bucketlist Bootcamp’. If you are interested, please visit http://www.kiruba.com/bucketlist/ to learn more and let me know your interest. A two day retreat at a 9 acre farm in a remote village along with a wonderful bunch of people gunning to achieve their life dreams.