Sharnga Guest House is located in Sharnga community, one of the 150 settlements in Auroville. Sharnga community was started by Claude and Bernard on a barren land in 1976, first as a farm then as a stud farm having up to 40 horses. In 1992, when it was time to evolve and change once again, the horse sheds were transformed into rooms to welcome new comers into Auroville and guests as a co project of Bernard and Sigrid. Slowly Sharnga Guest House grew into a full-fledged Guest House it is today. The farm also grew into a residential community with each new resident their own work and activity. Sharnga is a “forest” guest house under big trees and in the middle of a lush, green, natural garden. Birds, butterflies, fish, horses, dogs, bugs, also share this environment with us humans. As most animals and insects are shy and seasonal one does not always see or meet them, but if you are quiet and lucky, you might be privileged enough to meet one or more of our co-habitants.