Surwahi Social Kanha – Coliving in wilderness

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GREEN BUILDING IS NOT ALWAYS SUSTAINABLE

INTRODUCTION The word “green” and “sustainable” are often used interchangeably, but there are some differences between these two. A “green” building is not always sustainable but a “sustainable” building can be considered as “green”. The term “Sustainable” always takes account of conserving nature for the present as well as for the future generation.          Sustainable …

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SSEK – Collaborative Artisanal Construction Folktale

While the Surwahi Social Ecoestate Kanha (SSEK) coliving cum homestay project was always conceptualised to be sustainable and eco-tourism first, it was incredible support received from local Kanha villagers which lead to project incorporating community involvement, collaboration and empowerment as an essential vision and mission of the project. Right from conceptualisation to implementation to get the …

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