In the world we live in today, finding something with a purpose is as difficult as it can be. Almost every event and invite, is majorly focused on capitalising and raging a storm, which more than often include loud parties, junk food and temporary pleasures.

But if you're someone who is on a spiritual or a holistic journey, who wants or is looking for an experience that would give you a sense of purpose, then beeline to The Oasis.

India's first-ever ‘mindful’ festival, it is a two-day exotic amalgamation of art, music, mindful fashion, home decor and cuisines happening in Delhi. This Oasis Fest is a celebration of a conscious lifestyle and has been mindfully curated for people who are eco-conscious!

What’s a ‘Mindful Festival’?

Happening on the 7th and 8th of December 2019, The Oasis festival aims to bring together like-minded people and to create a conversation through food, shopping, workshops, music and a lot more!

At 'The Oasis' you will be able to indulge in workshops, be a part of panel discussions, eat healthy organic grubs, shop consciously created sustainable apparels and revive the so called 'boho and hippie culture' with a modern twist.

What can you do?

The activities and events at the fest include a crafty ‘Knotty Affair’, ‘A Clayful Date’, ‘Mindful Eating’ workshops alongside panel discussions, storytelling sessions by travellers and writers. It will also include an insightful slam poetry session around climate change and music by various indie artistes that would compel you to lose yourself to groovy tunes.

The festival will be set amidst a backdrop of a modern minimalistic art gallery with lush green gardens and open spaces. With the Greenr Café as the food partner as well as, 'Kati Patang', 'Sula' and 'Grover Wine' as beverage partners, you can expect great things from the festival.

Knock Knock

The Oasis is a festival for those who care about their bodies, the environment and the people around them. With a mindful view and a holistic approach towards celebration, the festival is all about good vibes, good food, fun, music, dance, shopping and spiritual connections.

Make sure to be a part of the festival and explore mindful living and thinking.

Date: December, 7 & 8, 2019

Passes: ₹499 onwards | Book your passes here

Venue: 1 AQ, Mehrauli, New Delhi

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