This homestay is a part of Hum Sab Ek hain (We are One) initiative of SEWA. SEWA organizes poor, self-employed women workers in the informal economy towards two major goals of full employment and self-reliance in India.
My homestay is situated in Ganeshpura Village on the outskirts of Mehsana District with plenty of greenery. It is a comfortable stay option for those who want to get away from the bustling city and explore the villages of Gujarat. Enjoy lip-smacking Gujarati cuisine servedby us!
Located in one of the many charming Indian villages. The house has 2 rooms spacious & well ventilated. The rooms are on the first floor with access to a balcony. It has beds, table and a chair for you to use. There is a bathroom which is outside the room.
There’s a TV in the house for your entertainment. The kitchen in the house has a small refrigerator where you can store your food. Basic utensils & supplies are there to help you make tea/coffee.
Indulge yourself in the Gujarati cuisine served to you for breakfast.
We live in the same house, happy to help!
You can go for a nature walk around the village, visit the organic eco tourism centre which is a tree-growers' cooperative. You can also visit the community radio studio set-up by SEWA women where they are engaged in editing and recording of community radio programmes. Besides taking nature walks in the tranquil environment, you can also accompany SEWA women to work. The eco tourism centre set-up by SEWA members on a government wasteland is also close by. You can have a look at the farm, visit the nearby temple, buy local organic vegetables, have a local traditional meal and talk to the women about the struggle and how they set-up this one of its kind tree growers cooperative. There are many heritage attractions nearby the village that you can visit. The famous sun temple at Modhera is situated at a 45 km drive from our village Besides the central location, you can visit famous stepwell in Adalaj which is about 60km from the village. It is an example of Indian architecture with Islamic iconography architecture work. You can also visit the famous temple of Akshardham. Here one can see the intricately carved monument made of pink sandstone.
Ganeshpura, Gujarat, India