In the fall, landscaping will begin in the Nama-stay Campground located in Saragrahi’s Mahavana, in order to create an aesthetic experience supportive of your spiritual journey.
The landscapes overall will have the flavor of Japanese gardens, designed not just for the way they look to the eye, but more so to the mood that they evoke within the participant.
Dancing grasses will line the stone walkways bringing movement and sound, specially selected shrubs and bushes will bring color and fragrance, Japanese maples in their seemingly endless varieties will bring gracefulness, movement and change into the forest gardens.
We will also be establishing a bamboo grove and fig trees, to which offering respects is considered an anga or limb of bhakti.
You can be a part of history for many decades to come by supporting the development of Mahavan’s Garden Forest.