Bhoomi College invites you to its annual Bhoomi Yugaantar Festival: a three-day festival to celebrate nature, culture and caring communities from 24-26 December 2022. Being hosted at Bhoomi College–Prakriya School Campus, Bengaluru, the festival will see a host of musicians and artists, sustainability practitioners and holistic educators enable the building of local communities of care.
Held every year, Bhoomi Yugaantar Festival is a space for people to connect and co-create with individuals and communities working in the fields of sustainability, education, music, and well-being. This year, they have organized plenary talks by TM Krishna (award winning vocalist and activist), Devinder Sharma (leading agriculture expert), Prof. Sultan Ismail (renowned soil biologist), Sridhar R (safe food campaigner) and Ananthoo (co-founder, India Handmade Collective).
Workshops on education and sustainability, nature, music, body movement, theatre, arts and crafts, emotional well-being, and community-building will be held over the three days. These workshops will be helmed by leaders in sustainability, education, conservation, and art:
- Earth Talk by Seetha Ananthasivan
- Exploring Panchamahabhootas by Radha Ravi and Manjula Rao
- Songwriting Workshop by Vasu Dixit
- Janala – A window into Tagore and Nature by Ishita Bose and Rema Kumar
- Flow game for Sustainability by Rahul Hasija
- Let’s spin! – Spinning workshop by KJ Sachidananda and Abhilash
- Wilderness Card Game and Insect Walk at Bhoomi by Yuvan Aves
- Herbs and Natural Healing by Parvathi Nagarajan
- Youth movements and building solidarity by Abhishek Thakore and Adil Basha
- Hero’s Journey by Rema Kumar and Farah Khan
Apart from these workshops and music events, Bhoomi Yugaantar Festival will host ‘Seeds of Change’ supportive and vibrant space for budding eco-entrepreneurs and change makers who are invited to share their dream project ideas in sustainability and holistic education. eco-entrepreneurs who want to build eco-communities, crafts and livelihoods, traditional food and regenerative farming, nature studies and holistic education stand a chance to win microgrants of INR25,000.
Interested participants can click here to register