Govardhan Ecovillage is a model farm community and retreat center
highlighting the need for us to live in harmony with ourselves, nature and the sacred.

We're located 108km north of Mumbai at the foothills of the Sahyadri mountains.

Activities

Explore our blend of traditional wisdom and modern practicality, from innovative award-winning
eco-solutions to education in spiritual living, we call this Symbiotic Development.

Social Responsibility

Eco & Community initiatives with a human touch!
We welcome you to explore a whole new world of hope and opportunity!

Get Involved

                  Inspired to join us?               Know the different ways you can help us expand this mission in service of Mother Nature and its creations

Visit Us

Planning to drop by the
Ecovillage or maybe even stay for few days? Know more about how to reach us and what you can do here.



Upcoming Events

Eco System Retreat
Eco System Retreat
28th November - 30th November 2016


Take an eco friendly break with our 3day Eco Systems retreat. Experience the harmony of modern technology with ancient values. Learn scientific concepts of eco friendly waste management and natural resources. Treat your family to a wholesome experience.read more...



Yoga Darshan
Yoga Darshan
28th November - 30th November 2016


Get introduced to Yoga through our 3 day Yoga Darshan program. Learn the basics of asanas, pranayam and diet. Rejuvenate yourself with yoga practices. Discover health, discover life and discover a new you.read more...



Classical Detox
Classical Detox
28th November - 30th November 2016


Getaway from your busy schedule for a 3 day Classical detox program. Connect with your inner self in harmony with nature. Receive practical guidance for lifestyle management from our expertsread more...



More Events

Radhanath Swami

Radhanath-swamiIn this community we are trying in our own small way to give an example to humanity, of how the most fulfilling and productive life is a life based on compassion and respect to all living beings and to mother earth. According to the Bhagavad-gita, we are not proprietors but we are trustees of the gifts of God and nature. When we use these wonderful gifts in a sustainable way in a spirit of compassion, in a spirit of love, with respect to others, not only do we find the deepest fulfillment within, but we can actually be instruments of real positive change in the world.

Srila Prabhupada

Srila-prabhupadaWe can know from this fact that there is a sweet transcendental interrelation between all living entities, irrespective of not only caste, creed, and colour between man and man, but between man and beast, man and birds, man and reptiles, man and plants, etc., and so also between man and God, and between God and others, and so on....as such the [farm] shall be the centre for such supreme culture of knowledge. [It] shall set the example that neither God nor the living being nor Nature is in any way antagonistic toward one another, but that all of them exist in harmony as a complete whole unit.