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When every single inch of Vishalla is infused with the spirit of the Indian village, how can the food and service be any different! The food is certainly consistent with village staples. And just as pure.

Do not look around for a washbasin to wash your hands. There is a turbaned attendant to pour water on your hands. In keeping with a seating arrangement typical to Indian villages, you sit on the mud floor; you have a low, wooden plank that serves as a table of sorts. The best way is to sit in a cross-legged posture. The Ayurveda informs that this posture aids in preventing hernia. As a direct consequence of this posture, you feel that you are full upon having your fill, whereas actually, there is still some space left in the stomach. This keeps the stomach free of the tensions that result from overeating.

You are given a plate made of leaves and, like the royal guest that you are, offered delicious condiments in succession. The food is a sampling of the typical Indian platter. This is sometimes misinterpreted to be the Gujarati Thali, but it is not quite the same since this menu contains no fried items. The wholesome diet is planned to be the least fatty as well, with the inclusion of roasted or baked items, lots of greens as well as sprouted salads, 'chhas', and so on. The food is unlimited, so you can eat to your heart's content and return to your nest fully satisfied.