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16th Satvik Vegan Festival – Satvik Vegan Satsang 2018 Karnataka, India
August 4, 2018 - August 5, 2018
The 16TH SATVIK VEGAN FESTIVAL (SATVIK VEGAN SATSANG) will take place at Sthitaprajna.
(Simplicity, Solitude, Silence)
Hoseri, Yeljit Village, Byndoor-576214, Udupi Dist., Karnataka, India from Aug 4-5 (Saturday to Sunday), 2018
Participation by Advance Registration. Registration will be done on first come first served basis. Registrations close on July 31, 2018.
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form.
What is the Objective? This festival is organised with twin objectives – To allow vegans to enjoy a good time in a good place with like-minded people AND to take the vegan message to political, religious & business leaders, media & the general public.
Program Details (subject to minor changes):
Saturday, Aug 04, 2018:
Up to 12.30pm: Arrival, Fresh-up, Breakfast, Nature Walk, Yoga, Swimming, Lunch.
12.30pm to 04.00pm: Visit to Hadin Eco Park
4.00pm to 6.00pm: Visit to Byndoor Beach
6.30pm to 7.00pm: Dinner at Sthitaprajna
7.00pm to 9.00pm: Evening Entertainment at Sthitaprajna.
Sunday, Aug 05, 2018:
07.00am to 9.00am: Yoga, Meditation & Breakfast
9.00am to 12.30pm: Leisure activities
12.30pm to 1.30pm: Lunch
1.30pm to 5.30pm: Speeches, Awards & Entertainment Program.
Who is the Organiser? Satvik Vegan Society (formerly Indian Vegan Society), a member of International Vegetarian Union (IVU) and Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations (FIAPO), has been organising vegan festivals among other activities since its inception in 2004.
Where is the Venue? Sthitaprajna (Simplicity-Solitude-Silence), Hoseri, Yeljit Village, BYNDOOR – 576214, Udupi Dist., Karnataka, India.
What is Sthitaprajna? It is a private forest, grown on vegan principles on a plot of about 3 acres of land near the hills, along a seasonal stream about 12kms from Byndoor on the West Coast of Karnataka in South India, about 450kms west of Bangalore and 200kms south of Goa. It is a place relatively free of pollution (water, air, noise, light and human), close to nature and away from busy city life.
Why this venue? From our experience, we have learnt that most vegans love to be in nature. And we feel this is one of the best places vegans love to be in.
What are the dates? Aug 4-5, 2018 (Saturday to Sunday).
Why these dates? This is the best time of the year here when nature is vibrant with lots of greenery and water.
Who can attend? Anyone who is vegan or who believes in the principles of veganism can attend with advance registration.
For a registration form please email email@example.com