The greater part of the workers work with the ranger service and cultivating projects, which give housing and dinners in return for work and a little monetary commitment. (A reward: as most undertakings have two days off seven days, volunteers can do roadtrips to the numerous popular sanctuary towns close by.) The workers I met when I visited Auroville early this Prestige Marigold year were essentially youngsters and ladies from Germany, France, India, Britain and the US, as well as a couple from Israel, Nepal, Taiwan and Japan. Some were explorers visiting for possibly 14 days, others intended to show up for up to a half year.
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