The whole campus is beautifully landscaped with waterfalls, gushing fountains, orchards, lush green lawns, forest belts and water bodies, transforming the Shekhawati belt of the Thar Desert into an oasis.
The sprawling 265 acres is interspersed with a fine network of roads running parallel to each other.
For the convenience of boarders whose hostels are far off from the dining hall or the educational block, a facility of campus shuttle is provided. The school has its own captive sewage treatment plant; the water collected here is treated before being used to keep the campus green throughout the year.
The campus is dotted with Shilalekhs which have inspirational and educative inscriptions. They combine the thoughts of the Vedas with those of modern thinkers and leaders. They are silent mentors for our students and teachers in their everyday quest for excellence. A walk down the lanes of the school is an educative and exhilarating experience.