Anandagariras holiday homes have been a popular holiday destination in India since the 1950s.
The country has been home to many of them and it is still popular to visit for tourists, and even residents.
However, construction of the holiday homes has become a serious problem in the past.
As of last year, over half of the 2,500 holiday homes built in India have not been completed, according to a report by the National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO).
The most common cause of construction failure in anandaragiri holiday houses is the presence of water, which can leach into the structure and cause damage to the homes.
Some of the homes have also been damaged in the course of construction.
Anandaragiris holiday homes were built with an aim to build a “living room for the entire family” but it can become a nightmare for the families that live in them, according a report in The Times of India.
Many of the residents have also found themselves in the midst of an endless series of construction disputes.
A case of a woman living in an anandragiri holiday house, who died in October, sparked protests from residents, including members of the opposition Congress party.
In October, residents staged a sit-in outside the Anandagiris office in Kolkata, where the home was being constructed.
The workers were eventually able to put the building on the schedule, but the residents remained angry and blocked the road.
The residents later filed a case against the workers for allegedly illegally building the holiday home.