Organo offers an integrated alternative-living experience, where the residents can take part in natural farming and witness the food they eat. They also enjoy collective activities while maintaining their own private space.
Sustainability, biodiversity, harnessing natural resources for a natural way of living are at the driving principles of Organo. Sapthapatha, or the ‘Seven strands of sustainable living’ help us individually focus on sustainable development in each of these distinct areas.
We are responsible for all the stakeholders and environmental concerns equally. It helps us create community development models on triple-bottom-line success(Social, environmental and economic areas) and net-zero thinking. This also led us to create 'Sapthapatha', the seven strands of sustainable development.
Organo’s Naandi works splendidly as your primary residence as well as a weekend farm-house. With the privacy and lifestyle of a plush natural resort, the security of a gated community, the advantage of like-minded people and above all, the unmatched joy of healthy and sustainable living..Explore Naandi
Organo's flagship project Naandi's wide recognition offered us motivation and responsibility to design and manifest more Rurban eco-prints. The journey of Organo Naandi gave us valuable lessons and experiences on various aspects of sustainability.
What and Where is this new project of organo? That’s a question trailing in minds of ORGANO’s spirit empathizers and supporters of Rurban living.
Team Organo is currently putting a collective endeavour to manifest a Responsible Leisure Weekend Rurban Community. Details of which will be unveiled soon.
Watch this space for more details.
How sure are we of the purity of our food nowadays? The degree of adulteration, chemicals, and high yielding hybrids, have drastically impacted the food quality. Our search for good food usually ends up in supermarkets where we get various options of imported, frozen, seasonal, all-year-round and more. But can we monitor or validate their claims of quality standards? The answer is NO.
Imagine waking up to a day where there is no water! Sounds scary right? Unfortunately, we are slowing walking towards that stage of no or extremely limited water resources. Knowingly or unknowingly, each activity of ours is contributing to this every day.
Sustainability, biodiversity, harnessing natural resources and Organic living is the driving principle of Organo.However, it’s not just within the community, but Organo has made an impact on the neighboring villages – Aziznagar, Yenkepally, and Bakaram – as well. “Ecological balance cannot be achieved in isolation,” says Lakshmi Battula, who is in charge of the farming and animal husbandry at Organo.