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Kaaya: an Architect’s Perspective

Designing sustainability Kaaya over time has caught attention of visitors because of its architecture. Without a blue-print, it evolved organically and has dynamically adapted to its environment as well as changing needs. The architect Saaniya visited Kaaya as a guest and has taken time to reflect her experiences below


Call for Resident Architects

Kaaya is looking for young short term resident architects to help us in our campus re-design. If you are free, creative, inspired by nature, can sketch ideas in paper fast, love outdoor cooking and digs in DIY and don’t mind getting your hands on mud, apply to be a resident of Kaaya (minimum two weeks). write to


Work & play

Kaaya offers

A pre-membership voucher Friends and well-wishers! We hope you are keeping safe and taking care! These are difficult times. Never been in history, so many of us are concerned about life collectively. However, we all may find a path and resilience in the time to come. Somethings may indeed change, We hope we all are getting prepared for it.  At Kaaya, we are also … Read More Kaaya offers

Organic growers

Neighbors as organic growers! In case you have recently missed Kaaya updates…. We were busy learning to grow organic. As a urban-rural connect program, Kaaya is pleased to share a unique organic kitchen garden initiative in the neighborhood! As you may be aware that the incentive to farm is really going down particularly by small farmers. Whether it is the monkey menace or the … Read More Organic growers

A Climate journey

For young climate enthusiasts! It started off as a request for a one day program for students that could be meaningful, particularly so in the times where children have just begun to ask tough questions from us ‘adults’. This itinerary for the day emerged out of this contemplation and we all at Kaaya felt, Yes! we could at least seed the idea in a … Read More A Climate journey


Beginnings of the rural mart

Not many people know, but the roots of Kaaya can be traced to a small initiative in the mountain district of Rudraprayag where the seeds of sustainable enterprise were sown. Since the story has already been published by Terra Green, we are reproducing the excerpts