The most sustainable model for a healthy life is when organic farming, pure breed cow products, and good human values intersect', says Shailendraji, who has been a crucial part of building the farmstay, and it's value-system. And indeed, a purity like that is experienced only when you live it. The 'ChintanFarmstay' has been a harbinger of organic lifestyle since years. Apart from it's natural practices, it has a vibe of calmness and unaltered ethics. The experience begins as you leave the hustle of Bhuj town towards the quieter village of Kukma - and into the farmstay to reside in the traditional Kutchi circular houses, called 'bhungas'. After soaking in the authenticity in the interiors of your room, head out to witness the Indian Local cow based organic farm. In the Hindu religion, cow is referred to as the mother - and just how a mother takes care of us, all the products of the cow are beneficial for our well-being. These 'panchgavya' products are made from the five cow products - milk, curd, ghee, cow-dung and cow-urine. Collectively, they have the capacity to detoxify your entire system. There are various panchagavya cosmetics available for sale as well. After taking a stroll through the organic vegetable farm, and being greeted by about a three hundred local cows, indulge in some natural retail therapy. The shop owners will be enthusiastic to tell you all about the product's merits to your well-being. Some other unconventional experiences you can find inside the campus is their multanimitti soap making process, and witnessing the cow-urine distillation process. The farm houses workshops for pottery, metal-work, cow-dung product making etc. All the workers and volunteers are prechers of a healthy lifestyle, and would encourage you to understand the processes of the products they are making. After spending a relaxed day in the lap of nature at the farmstay, do visit places like Ajrakhpur, Bhujodi and Bhuj which are in near vicinity. Ajrakhpur is a heaven for all those who have a weakness for natural block-printed cloth.Fancy the FabIndia fabric and print ? Ajrakhpur is your personal window to unimaginably large options in colours and patterns of block - printed cloth.If requested, you can also get a tour of the entire process of the cloth - making.Bhujodi is a village about 7 kms from here, which is a destination for the embroided cloth.Many families also practice the old method of weaving of shawls in their homes, using elaborate traditional machinery.The families will win your hearts with their skill as well as their humility as they welcome you in, and tell you all about the craft. Other notable place to visit is LLDC.It is a museum dedicated to the preservation and awareness of different tribes on Kutch, and their embroided work. The museum also houses a cafe, and a souvenir shop, all built in a monumental architectural style, giving its traditional contents a contemporary twist. Khamir and Srujan are some other organisations working in a similar field of craft preservation, both of which have it's processes on display, along with an authentic souvenir shop. Last but not the least, the rustic city of Bhuj is half an hour ride from the farmstay. With a heavy influence of ancient Kutchi architectural features, the aura is now of a bustling town. Whilst here, visit the AinaMahal, the old step-well and take a walk in the old market in the heart of the town. This market is famous for silver jewelry. Return at the end of the day to the serenity of the farmstay and absorb the beauty of Kutch with a wholesome organic dinner before you retire for the night - ready for some more exciting ventures in Kutch.