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Savista, at Village Sanjharia, Off Ajmer Road, Jaipur 302042, Rajasthan

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Spring at Savista and the Spring Festival of Holi in Jaipur

    The winter just gone by at Savista was what we might call a ‘normal’ one, i.e. temperatures were as expected.   Throughout the season our gardens remained green and lush, and the fields around us a verdant green-yellow with wheat, mustard[…]

The Changing Seasons in Eastern Rajasthan

  Photo by Signe Wolsgard Kroyer  One of our Team@Savista – a native of the U.S.- remarked with wonder at the climatic diversity in Rajasthan that she was able to observe over an eight month period here, and announced that[…]

‘Earth Living’ at Savista: Following Nature’s Cycles

                                                    Sunrise Over Savista                                          (Photo by Signe Wolsgard Kroyer) ”We cannot have harmony and balance in our lives if we forget to include the earth and natural rhythms in our lives. Nature, in all its myriad forms, is the[…]

TREEING OFF AT SAVISTA: The Babul

Celebrating Christmas at Savista with the Babul tree! When trying to dream up ideas of how we could evoke the atmosphere of Christmas in the Rajasthan countryside, we found the perfect candidate in the Babul!  With its dark, vertically fissured[…]

The Countryside Around Savista

A few weeks ago a couple of us set off to visit one of our staff whose younger daughter-in-law had just given birth to a baby.  One of her buffaloes, too, had just given birth to a new calf.  Two new babies[…]

TREEING OFF AT SAVISTA: The Hibiscus

This handsome hibiscus is both beautiful and useful.  Derived from the Greek work ebiskos or ibiskos,  it is native to most warm temperate, tropical and subtropical regions, and  exists in hundreds of varieties – some annual, others perennial, and in[…]

Festivals of Rajasthan: Diwali

Today is Diwali, Festival of Lights.  Diwali Mubarak!  Naya Saal Mubarak! Diwali and New Year greetings to all!  Diwali – from the Sanskrit Deepavali –  means “rows of lamps”.   Uniquely marked by the lighting of myriad oil lamps (now combined[…]

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