Laksh comprises of a farm, a small charitable educational society and a women’s co-operative in Mangar Village, Haryana, India. Using sustainable farming methods rooted in traditional Haryanvie traditions, the Laksh Farm prides itself in being chemically free. Laksh provides viable alternative employment for the local villagers; running teacher training projects, ensuring that students attending the Laksh tutorials are enrolled with the National Institute of Open Schooling or a local government school, empowering local women using traditional textile craft to create innovative garment designs and thereby enabling these women to generate their own income. All of this we achieve in the idyllic surroundings of the Aravalli Hills.
Situated in Village Mangar, off the Gurgaon-Faridabad Highway, the Laksh Farm is just a 30-minute drive from Chattarpur Mandir, Surajkund, Gurgaon and Faridabad. Spread over 8 acres, Laksh is located in a picturesque valley nestled in the Aravalli Hills, on the once-famous Dhauj Jheel. A unique example of the restoration of a degraded eco-system, Laksh offers a fulfilling experience in eco-tourism. Come and stay on the Laksh Farm and escape to the grandeur and true peace of the Haryana countryside.