Busy urban life is on list of many Indians, but there are handful others who are ready to give up consumer living and settle down amidst natural landscapes. Story of one such couple from Kerala, who developed their ancestral land into a naturally cultivated forest with a low impact house supported completely off grid, was recently filmed and liked by many. India has been a land of sustainable living, where forests have been worshiped and wasting of natural resources has been admonished. This video brings under spotlight those innate values, which urban Indian are forgetting.
For those who want to cultivate their own patch of vegetables, quest for happiness doesn’t exactly end up at dwelling in mansions. For many these days, it’s about self exploration and investing time in building things that last. While abandoning their usual lifestyle, people have took it either to roads or nature’s parking lots, where they find contentment irrespective of the size of habitat. This video is a quick look into the world of green living in a tiny home with bigger quality of life.
Living Big in a Tiny House is a youtube channel by Bryce Langston, who is a small space design curator. He covers various tiny and sustainable homes around the world and has resulted in more people opting for a low budget and low impact living.
We applaud Bryce’s initiative and encourage our readers to get inspired through series of sustainable living options introduced on the channel.