Join the first-ever Yoga and Vegan festival in Delhi. Participate in multiple Yoga and meditation sessions, eat yummy vegan and raw vegan food, enjoy live music, shop for vegan products and attend talks and vegan cooking demos.
VIP Entry: Rs. 500. All VIP ticketholders get fast-track entry and a goody bag containing amazing vegan products.
General Entry: Rs. 100.
Free entry for children (under 10 years).
How to Reach:
We advise you to use metro instead of private vehicles to get to the venue. The school is located next to Dwarka Mor metro station.
"Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose." - Vegan Society
Simply speaking, vegans believe all animals are living beings, not food. Vegans enjoy a variety of plant-based foods, and use products that don't come from animals. A vegan lifestyle excludes animal products such as meat, milk, dairy products such as ghee, butter, paneer (cheese), fur, leather, and other products which are tested on animals.
What's the Difference between Veganism and Vegetarianism?
Neither vegans nor vegetarians eat meat. However, while vegetarians tend to consume dairy products, a vegan avoids all animal products, including eggs and dairy, and often inedible animal-based products, such as leather, wool, and silk. This is because veganism believes that all animals have right to life and live with dignity. Veganism stands up against the exploitation of animals in dairy industry.
Vegetarianism is usually a diet, while veganism is a lifestyle
More About the Festival:
Entry fee of only Rs. 100 (on the door) entitles you to attend all Yoga sessions, stalls, workshops and talks for free. Free entry for children (under 6 years )
This is a 100% volunteer run event and all proceeds shall go to fund our partner charities.
VIP Tickets: Rs. 500. VIP ticket entitles you to a fast-track entry and a vegan goodie bag. Limited in number