Come home to 'des' and experience the matchless customary charm of Indian traditions, culture, farms, colours, art work, history, yoga, ayurveda, food, films and more. All of it enveloped in an endearing piece of land surrounded by mountains and adorned with 7 theme parks and a resort at Manor, Palghar.
Famous for its rich cultural heritage, Manor has emerged as a charming spot for weekend homes. People here are artistic and Nature remains at its best always. Homes are beautifully decorated with renowned Warli Paintings. Tarpa, a popular dance form, is performed on various occasions and festivals.
A majestic entrance continued into a groovy boundary wall accentuated with hundreds of miniature artifacts welcomes you to 'des'.
Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice or discipline which originated in India. At 'des' we nurture this age old discipline with a special dome designed to enhance the effects of Yoga.
Symbolizing the philosophy is 'The Unity Park' clad with tricolor flowers and plants. It is adorned with a huge wall that engraves the various religious symbols and the name 'des' in multiple languages signifying oneness.
Ayurveda is the medical side of yoga. It's India's traditional natural healing system, which has been practiced for over 5,000 years.
Because films and music have been a rich reserve to Indians and have become almost fundamental in our daily routine, we have incorporated a resort built around the 'films and music' theme.
Cricket is celebrated and followed as a unanimous religion in India. So it undoubtedly becomes an integral part of essence of India.
Sculpture Park at 'des' can be summed up in one word: magnificent. That is natural considering the prominence of sculpture art in India since ages.
The town is self-sufficient with numerous schools, colleges, hospitals and a bustling market place nearby. Since the bifurcation of the Thane district in August 2014, soaring real estate rates in Palghar and Boisar have brought Manor into the limelight as an affordable housing alternative to the working population in the industrial belt.. It is situated at a distance of around 80 km from Mumbai and is an ideal weekend getaway with more than 200 species of trees, flowering plants and shrubs.
This Taluka is known for its attractions such as Jai Vilas Palace, which has historical significance. Pilucha Dhabdhaba Waterfalls are visited by a number of travellers during monsoon. Furthermore, tourists can enjoy various adventure sports in Sajjan, which is situated nearby Vikramgad. Vikramgad is connected with all the major cities of Maharashtra and can be reached through airways, railways and roadways. The nearest airport is the Chhatrapathi Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai. Nearest Railway Stations are Palghar and Virar.