Organo Editorial

The Organo Experience

Varsha Khemani

Visiting our home at Naandi every weekend is a special experience for all of us in the family. Buying a home here has been one of the best decisions of our life.

Growing and harvesting our own vegetables, the wide-open spaces, the fresh air; we have simply become addicted to life at Naandi. We return home rejuvenated, at the end of our visit each weekend. The sounds of the birds, the insects and crickets, watching the sunset from our patio and losing ourselves to nature is so deeply relaxing.

Besides nature lovers, my husband and I are both fitness enthusiasts too. While here, we never miss our early morning or evening runs. The fresh air is simply perfect for any kind of fitness activity. When we go back to the city, we carry along a delicious sense of well being with us.

I grew up on a farm and my parents-in-law are from Assam, having spent their childhood in the midst of greenery and nature. I wanted my daughter to grow up in a similar environment too, with nature being an integral part of her early experiences. When we visited Naandi and understood it better, all of us resonated with the philosophy of life here. We could not have asked for a better childhood home for our daughter or a more peaceful retreat for the whole family, barely a few kilometres away from the city.

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