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Aurastays is a marketplace for discovering, listing and booking accommodations in rural spaces around the world.
Whether a treehouse built by a tribal village community, a houseboat which takes you to the backwater villages and introduce you to their lifestyle, or just staying with the villager in their homes, Aurastays has it all. If you are thinking of any accommodation which is present in the rural spaces, managed by local rural people and provides authentic local food, culture and traditions, just search for it and find it on Aurastays.
With presence in about 200 rural spaces in 12 states in India and expanding rapidly to new territories, Aurastays is striving to connect urban dwellers to what once it used to be their places of origin, i.e. villages through its chain of accommodations.
We at Aurastays urge every person who has 'settled down' in the bustling metropolis around us to just break the monotony of their routine life and travel with us to connect themselves to their origins.
An MBA by training, adventurer and traveller by heart, she justs wishes to experience people and places for the rest of her life. She also harbors a few more hobbies such as scuba diving, kayaking, canoeing which adds on to her adventure CV. Being an avid traveler, she understands the travel and people who travel to the core and has used her experience to become the design leader at Aurastays.
Entrepreneurship bug bit him since his college days resulting in him starting a new endeavour during all his past pursuits. A rural management graduate by training (from XIMB), he has worked in rural hinterlands in many states in India. At Aurastays, he being guided by his deep understanding of the people, culture and psyche of rural India, is building partnerships with the people.
She leads the company’s vision and growth. She is the glue which sticks the whole team together. After graduating from the Institute of Rural Management, Anand (IRMA), she has worked in various sectors in rural India in organizations like Escorts Ltd., Yes Bank, GIZ, Nabard, Govt. of Odisha and Piramal Healthcare. Her aim is to make Aurastays a means of bridging the rural urban divide.