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Delhiites seek refuge from hustle-bustle of life

Delhiites seek refuge from hustle-bustle of life

Vajor successfully hosted 'The Oasis', India's first mindful festival. The first edition was a beautiful success witnessed on December 7 and 8, 2019 at lush green grounds of 1AQ, Mehrauli, New Delhi, under the dew laden winter sky.

The event saw a footfall of nearly thousand community members along with innumerable new free-spirited souls eager to witness a blooming 'Vajor', live in the flesh.

"The purpose of hosting a collective like The Oasis was to get together a community of like-minded individuals and witness a flux of ideas, creativity, and conversations." elucidates Nathasha AR Kumar, Founder, Vajor.

A one of its kind, typically being 'more than just a festival', the two days of winter sun witnessed a bohemian themed conscious fest that was an 'oasis' in every true sense.

The Oasis aimed at being a relief, a refuge from everyday issues and much needed pleasant change to end the year to embark on a new journey and breathe creativity into its surroundings.

The festival kicked off with an assortment of vibrant pop ups showcasing mindful brands like Shibui, Hene, Writery, Melt, to shop from, artists like Eshna Kutty, Shriya Nanda showing off their creative sides, powerful conversations on topics like Me' Amor: The Good, Bad & Ugly Of Self', 'Salvation Through Art: Talk about sustaining a creative life', enriching workshops like 'The Fluid Art', 'A Clayful Date', 'Mindful Eating' to explore unique artforms, musicians like 'When Chai Met Toast', 'Djembe' playing your favorite indie music and all this with a side of menu to experiment with.

This oasis was symbolic of everyone making it a win-win, sustainable platform for a tribe that grows cohesively.

The platform was an ideal place to meet, interact and indulge in the best mindful affairs with a chance to take back not only memories and experiences but more importantly a chance to dive deeper into a pool of opportunities and become part of an ecosystem that's called 'Vajor'.

"The community we've managed to build over the years is something we hold close to our hearts. Our purpose was to create an ecosystem hand-in-hand with our tribe where we grow in harmony and facilitate each other's growth" added Kumar.

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