Mahua Jod at Serenity acts as the focal point at which merge indigenous arts and recreational experiences. The plein-air space is used to host regional performing arts such as mythology-inspired dances, oral-history narration and folk-singing. Basking in the warmth of quintessential wild bonfires, our guests get the chance to be a direct part of the enchanting lifestyle nurtured in this part of central India.
The Mahua tree (Madhuca longifolia) is sacred to the people of Kanha. Indigenous communities use the bark of the tree as medicine, the fruit as food and of course the flowers as a source of their traditional alcoholic beverage. Thus, the Mahua jod justifiably emerges as the point of organic communal anchorage and cultural exchange between locals and our guests.