CHI, or ‘Prana’ as referred in India, translates to the fundamental life force present in everything, the source of energy that is the birth of creation.


Meaning ‘The Bhandar of Dharas’ or ‘Abundance of flowing Streams’, is one of Maharashtra’s most scenic and less explored hill station. Just over 150 kms from Mumbai and situated along the Pravara River, Bhandardhara offers a clean and natural environment, waterfalls, mountains, perfect for tranquil trotters, adventure enthusiasts or a quick weekend getaway.

Chi House

Nestled in the heart of the mighty Sahyadri range, hidden from the concrete jungle and disconnected from the city chaos. Located on a secluded and picturesque Murshet tabletop plateau, Chi house offers the most breath-taking landscapes, with Mount Kalsubai, Maharashtra’s highest peak on one side and the tranquil Arthur Lake to the other. Chi House is the perfect place to beat the city out of you.


There’s so much to experience at the Chi House. Chi House offers you the joys of a simple life, disconnected from the world, where you can connect more with yourself and your close ones, while getting pampered with the best that Mother Nature has to offer. There are tons of nature trails around, perfect for adventure enthusiasts, with the most popular ones leading right to Kalsubai and Arthur lake. At arrival, you are sure to be welcomed by surreal clouds that come right to your doorstep to make you feel in heaven. For the stargazers, watch the sky come alive at night with a clear constellation of stars and who knows, maybe even a meteor shower or a clear eclipse. You will simply forget all your worries.


Chi house was created as an eco friendly vacation home and a first-of-its-kind experiment with sustainable living. Built in 2015 on a farmland, Chi house is a unique neo-modern studio apartment farmhouse that can comfortably accommodate over 10 people. The house is inspired from the unique concept of Earth bag technology and is made with 90% mud, which keeps it naturally cool in summers and warm in winters, think of it as a new age twist on a traditional mud house. Constructed along with the tribal community of Murshet village, the objective is to make the villagers an integral part of our eco system by financially sustaining them and helping them flourish.

“Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair”

-Khalil Gibran