In tribute to the village goddess the house has been named Uramma, a quiet haven in the hustle and bustle of Anegundi ,the historical village, near Hampi, Karnataka.
Set on a 4th century foundation,this 2 bedroom house has been restored by Shama Pawar, Founder of The Kishkinda Trust. The form of the house has been restructured , however it retains the traditional materials, accentuated by a beautiful Neem tree around which the whole space was designed.
“Uramma house melds the history, tranquility, earthiness and spirituality of Anegundi with the modern concept of clean lines, simplicity and functionality. It is this fusion that I try to infuse into all my projects and Uramma house embodies it perfectly ” says Shama , a heritage activist from the age of 22.
This property is part of the Uramma heritage homes, a rural hospitality initiative, located at Anegundi , situated along the north shore of the Tungabadra river directly across the world heritage site of Hampi.
The vision behind this initiative is to restore old properties that are rooted in the traditional aesthetics of the region and yet provide high standards of modern comfort.
For further details please contact –http://www.urammaheritagehomes.com