Integrating all traditional Vedic and Tantric knowledge to obtain a high-life, low-cost, easily replicable village model (instead of reinventing the wheel)

Village Structure and Design

Petirtaan (sacred ponds in Java and Bali)

Necessary services

Kalpavriksha villages are autonomous village designs that can be replicated and scaled up anywhere in the Indomalaya bioregion

Food and Cash-Crop Forest

Autonomy / Off-Grid Setup

HomeBiogas 2.0 produces 3 hours of cooking gas per day from kitchen waste

Additional Design Elements


  • Village is based on properr Vāstu planning by an accredited Vāstu consultant
  • Integrate all Vāstu “good luck” ornaments (such as Tortoise, Toads, Frogs, Arowana sculptures, etc)
  • Place a Tulsi Thara near each house
  • Rasalingam – Sivalingam made of solidified mercyry, brings immensely positive energies to the location

Creating a High Prana Environment

  • Use Biogeometry to enhance the Life Force in the whole village, by optimizing proportions. Biogeometry combines Pythagorean harmonics, history of architecture, Ancient Egyptian temple science, German and French Physical Radiesthesia to form a modern “Physics of Quality”
  • Agnihotra rituals – purifies and increases the vital energies within a 500 m  radius. Excellent for human and plant life. Eliminates EMF radiations
  • Vrikshayurveda to improve the yield of all medicinal plants and the quality of the soil


Integrate the Full Kalpavriksha Lifestyle

Activities / Businesses

For about 2 – 2.5 million dollars you can build a fully autonomous village for 100 people, based on Vaastu principles, with free water, microhydroelectricity generation, a food-forest, etc

Life Philosophies

Villages Inspirations

Integrate best design elements and eco-technolgy from all similar projects

Joglos: A self-contained life unit – the ultimate tiny house concept

  • The main advantage  in having a bigger, 100- 150 persons village is that it creates a critical mass where everybody is interested in pretty much the same high-quality products/services (and is uninterested in the mainstream toxic product/services), which means it could become a super-efficient, self-contained life unit at the lowest cost, because of economies of scale
  • For example once a critical mass is reached, it becomes worth it to simply hire the best talent in or around the village, since there is a constant customer base: having a resident masseur, resident auyrvedic cook, resident tukangs to fix anything in a minute, etc. All the basics of life are taken care of on-site, since everything is pooled, rather than always driving around for basic needs

Replicating Villages

  • 3D modeling of the Village
  • Possible Locations: Nusa Penida, Uluwatu inner hills (cheap and empty lands)
  • Crowdfunding: Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Gofundme, Fundly, other alternatives
  • Cost estimation: $25-50,000 per joglo

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