Bhoomi Utsav – Annual Organic Food Festival on Gandhi Jayanthi Day

The Bhoomi Utsav

A celebration of the Organic Way…
festivities begin on Oct 2nd 2015 at 10 am
Inauguration will be at 10:30 am
at Bhoomi Campus

Free Entry!

Bhoomi Utsav – is a festival of organic food and produce, folk art and craft, music, dance and talk…

An event for the entire family!

  • A whole range of stalls selling mouth watering organic eats, organic cereals, millets and dals, fresh vegetables, arts/crafts await you…   
  • children can have fun in the crafts and painting corners, accompanied by folk music in the background; tribal dance and music by Soligas Tribe
  • Kitchen and balcony gardeners can source open pollinated seeds and saplings
  • and those interested in green activities can engage in ‘talk sessions’ with specialists in solar energy, bamboo construction, waste recycling and more…

Give your kitchen a holiday! and feast on a yummy and nutritious menu at the Bhoomi Utsav. Bhoomi will tempt you with unforgettable KaraKozhakattais, Millet dosas with drumstick leaves and soft Idlies made with unpolished red rice, kesari bhaat, millet dishes and much much more…

Organic Food and Consciousness: Along with experience of the exuberance of a mela, you have an opportunity to learn about and buy organic cereals, pulses, cold-pressed oils and more. In several discussion stalls where ‘talk sessions’ happen, you can meet local farmers and organic food suppliers who will discuss various aspects of green living, including the importance of organic foods… How it is grown? Why organic? Do pesticides slow-poison us?

What better way to celebrate Gandhi Jayanti? than to honour the Father of the Nation, who in many ways believed in and advocated an organic way of life. Gandhiji once said, “We must be a part of Nature and not apart from Nature”. This year at the “Bhoomi Utsav” we plan to connect with and felicitate local organic farmers who will be part of our Gandhi Jayanthi celebrations. The Farmers’ market at heart is about honoring and celebrating local economy, borrowed from Gandhiji’s idea of Swadesh, where people make their livelihood and celebrate the gifts of their local natural resources. You will be sharing their gifts in this one of a kind Santhe, an initiative brought forth by Bhoomi to bridge the gap between the organic producer and the conscious consumer.

Inauguration by renowned organic farmer, Shri Narayana Reddy, Bangalore