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3 Reasons To Celebrate The Festive Season At The Goddess Festival

Devang House is back with something exciting yet again and this time it is The Goddess Festival which will have everything from food, workshops, music and more. Navratras don’t need to be boring with fasting and unhealthy food. Here’s everything you can do instead:

Goddess-Themed Yoga Nights


Keeping the essence of Devang behind each of their events, such as organic food, healthy living, community, and the celebration of Indian culture, they’ve come up with a bunch of events like the Yoga Nights. Learn some of the most effective moves with Mansi Mahajan, an internationally renowned yogi and martial artist.

Navratri-Themed Brunches

Apart from doing their usual Organic Brunch and Pop Up, Devang is doing a pretty great line-up of Navratri-themed stuff. Each day has a different Navratri Thali and they are also organising a Vegan Indian Cooking with the executive chef. Learn how to make a Puffed Rice and Roasted Channa SnackKerala Banana Kebab with Coriander ChutneySaboodana (Tapioca) Khichdi and Pumpkin Halva.

Musical Concerts

They are also hosting a bunch of really soothing musical sessions such as an acoustic one with Azaan Khan. Each of these concerts come with a 5-course Navratri meal too. The festival is entirely family and kid friendly.

So what are you waiting for. Sign up before it’s over. Explore more about the festival here.

Photo Courtesy Of: Devang House


Kasturi has a keen interest in the Arts and burgeoning appetite for travel & culture. She engages with her mania for food, for a living. Based out of New Delhi, she's looking to begin a stationery movement, if only to deal with the impending and existing quarter-life crisis.