When was the last time you stepped out into the rain, unless a child did it first?
When was the last time you smiled, not sighed, at the sight of monsoon clouds looming in the horizon on your way to work?
When did this splendorous season, this giver of life, become an inconvenience?
GoodEarth invites you to celebrate rain.
Come home to Malhar
At GoodEarth we are committed to creating habitats that encourage a harmonious co-existence with nature, to protecting and promoting biodiversity in our environment, and to forming responsible, vibrant communities of likeminded people. With our latest venture you will find that, besides the sustainable processes implemented in our previous projects, we lay particular emphasis on one of the most pressing issues of our times: Water. In a city that has lost innumerable lakes and tanks to aggressive development and rampant pollution, Malhar stands out in its effort to revitalise a dry lake, preserve the natural course of water, and create a series of reservoirs to collect excess runoff. The intention is to achieve complete water self sufficiency, feeding the water table instead of tapping even deeper into it.