You can spot the Jugnoo Farm Poly-house with the green top in the far distance nestled in this typical village setting. You can also see simple village folk going about their daily chores and also our Kashinath with the white beard. Kashinath is a highly spiritual person and is the heart and soul of Jugnoo Farm. The effect of his goodness is felt not only by the people who know him but also by the plants. I do believe the plants respond happily to the care he bestows on them.
Every evening Kashinath who is a kirtankar goes with a few friends to the temple located a some distance away from the village for Kirtan (bhajan). A person performing kirtan is known as a kirtankar. Kirtan practice involves chanting hymns or mantras to the accompaniment of instruments such as the harmonium, tabla and some others.
At the farm seeing off a visitor.
Namaste and cheers 🙂