Agastya's Campus is set in 172 acres of undulating terrain in Gudivanka, Andhra Pradesh (A.P.). It is situated 2,200 feet above sea level with pleasantly invigorating weather all year round.
Gudivanka is located at the intersection of three rapidly developing Southern states, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. It is connected by road and rail to the cities of Bangalore and Chennai
Agastya's main campus is built on land that once was stripped of much of its plant and animal life. The same land is now home to an ever-growing number of plant and animal species, thanks to several years of careful environmental stewardship by the Agastya International Foundation. Reforestation and water conservation projects are helping the desert to bloom again, nurturing flora and fauna of truly staggering biodiversity. These pictures of wildflowers show the many varieties of plant life that have been brought back from the edge of destruction.