Joon Project

***Namaskar, and Welcome to The Family***

To Start With, Our Project for 2024 is to travel around Nepal visiting Organic Farmer Families, Orphanages, and Schools, who are looking for help to change and start moving towards a Sustainable Approach to Life.

With a team of 3 + volunteers and experts in the Fields of Astrology, Vastu Sastra, Yoga Sutra, Ayurved, Permaculture Principles, and Eco-Architect + communities around the world, we will consult and design a better, eco-friendly, and sustainable place for humans, nature, and technology.

Join the team from 13th April 2024.

1 Year (2081 Nepali Calendar)
1 Country ( Starting From Nepal)
7 Provinces
14 Projects (8 Organic Farming Families + 3 Orphanages + 3 Schools)

***The Purpose Behind Our Project***
Because, we have a team who have the necessary elements and expertise ready to share for a better future, and people and families in countries like Nepal need advice towards a better life, for FREE. It takes a lot of trust, faith, hope, money, assurance, a guide, and support from the community to take a step toward green change, and we are ready to help with the mentioned expertise for free, for change, for the future.

Vedic Astrologer/Life Guide/Family Adviser/Priest
Vastu Consultant/Constructor/Designer
Ayurved - Health and Food Consultant
Permaculture Farm Designer
Eco Architect
Family Adviser
Business Adviser
and so on.....
We want to help to make this place better.

***Help Needed:***
During this phase, we require enthusiastic individuals to contribute in various areas, such as:
- General management tasks, planning, brainstorming, accounting
- Designing and implementing the Permaculture Farm
- Engaging with and supporting the community
- Assisting in the cleaning, kitchen, and cooking
- Managing our social networking channels
- Filming and editing our project's progress
- Helping with crowed fundraising
...and much more!

***Joining The Project: ***
We will be moving frequently from place to place, so carry light, less and easy.
Come, as home.
Come as a student of life. During your time with us, be both a teacher and a student. Be ready to lead and follow simultaneously, cooperating with fellow travelers and sharing ideas and skills.
Expect to engage in extensive brainstorming and physical work under varying weather conditions. Be open to thinking and working independently when required.

***Life in Our Project:*** We embrace a simple approach to life within The Project: - Plan very well enough - Work and exercise diligently - Learn and share knowledge freely - Maintain a healthy and nourishing diet - Ensure sufficient rest - Foster love and compassion for everyone **Flow of Time:** To align with natural rhythms, we follow these patterns: - Adjust our activities based on the movement of the sun for sleep, work, and meals - Coordinate tasks with the lunar cycle for plant-related work - Cultivate awareness and consciousness in our daily lives **Typical Week:** We require a minimum of 25 hours of physical work per week during your stay, adhering to the following schedule: - Monday to Thursday: Full-day work - Friday: Half-day work - Saturday and Sunday: Free for your pursuits, chill Please note that there is no strict schedule. **Typical Working Day:** A typical day in The Project follows this routine: - Optional: Wake up one hour before sunrise - Optional: Engage in yoga and meditation for 1.5 hours - Have breakfast - Work - Enjoy a hearty lunch - Rest - Continue working - Chill, play, go around - Have dinner an hour before sunset - Optional: Sleep two hours after dinner Nevertheless, keep in mind that the concept of time is fluid here. **Food We Eat:** At The Project House, we consume simple, pure vegetarian meals consisting of: - Local and organic produce - Himalayan salt instead of white salt - Sakhar (brown sugar from sugarcane) instead of white sugar - Seasonal fruits, vegetables, nuts, and beans - Rice, lentils, and chapati/bread for lunch with pickles and spices - Mixed soup for dinner **Accommodation:** You will have several accommodation options to choose from: - Private or shared rooms - Shared spaces on the Farm (hammocks and tents beneath the open sky, near the river, insects, fish, snakes, frogs, and even mice.) ***Places around*** Our location offers the best of both worlds, with a combination of wild nature and city life. You will have ample opportunities to explore and engage in various activities. ***Contribution*** We request a contribution of $10 per day to support our ongoing projects. This contribution covers food expenses, management costs, construction projects, and plant collection. We look forward to meeting you and working together. See You Soon


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This is my first trip outside India,
so am curious about that but after reaching at project and then am see all are like family.
There is three people working on project are do very well for Nepal children's future also people's life style.

9 months ago

Merina replied

Thank you Mayur.
We will miss you too till we meet soon 😂😂
We are coming to gujratt
Make room for us
Take care till the day



My stay in this place was simply wonderful, from the first moment I felt very welcome and comfortable. It is a beautiful project of more conscious education, self-sustainability, and a lot of love and dedication with what they are creating. What is working more actively is the orphanage, there the children I could see that they are happy, with many activities all the time to give them tools and stimulate them. I felt like family all the time, everyone is very kind and loving, especially the children who are all beautiful and need love and attention from a volunteer like you.

about 1 year ago

Merina replied

Thank you pape. Brother from another mother. We have a photo sessions to do. See you soon 😂



behavior of host is good

over 1 year ago

Perfect for you if you're looking for

Contact with nature

Vegetarian / Vegan


City & Town

Yoga / Meditation