48th IVU World Vegan Festival
INDIA / COMING SOON
Mumbai (Oct 28-29)
Chennai (Nov 1-2)
Ahmedabad (Nov 4-5)
Chennai (Nov 1-2)
Get ready to embark on a journey of compassion and ethical living at the 48th IVU World Vegan Festival, taking place in not two, but three of India's most vibrant and culturally rich cities - Mumbai, Chennai, and Ahmedabad!
Mumbai, the "city of dreams," is a megalopolis that offers something for everyone - from its iconic Gateway of India to its bustling Bollywood film industry. On October 28-29th, the city will also host the IVU World Vegfest, where you can discover how local vegetarian Indian cuisine can be veganized with some delicious plant-based alternatives.
Next up is Chennai, a beautiful city known for its stunning beaches, rich cultural heritage, and mouth-watering cuisine. From November 1st to 2nd, attendees can indulge in a plethora of unique flavors and spices of Southern India, while attending presentations from both local and international guests who share a passion for promoting kindness towards all living beings.
Last but not least, Ahmedabad is an ancient trading port located on the banks of Sabarmati River, boasting a diverse cultural history spanning centuries. The city will host the IVU World Vegan Festival from November 4-5th, where attendees can experience first-hand how local vegetarian Indian cuisine can be 100% veganized with some delicious plant-based alternatives.
In addition to the food and presentations, all three festival locations offer plenty of opportunities for sightseeing, shopping, networking, and other fun activities. Whether you're a seasoned vegan or simply interested in exploring a more ethical lifestyle, the IVU World Vegan Festival is an event not to be missed.
So, mark your calendars and join us for a weekend full of surprises, festivities, and compassion at the 48th IVU World Vegan Festival in Mumbai, Chennai, and Ahmedabad!
Ahmedadad: Gujarat Vidyapith
Gujarat Vidyapith is a deemed university in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. It was founded in 1920 by Mahatma Gandhi, the leader of the Indian independence movement, and deemed a university in 1963.