Making Natural Holi Colors Workshop at OES Farm Campus

Author:
Susmita Changkakoty
March 15, 2024
Making Natural Holi Colors Workshop at OES Farm Campus

As the vibrant festival of Holi approaches, Organo Et School invites you to join us for a special Do-It-Yourself workshop on making natural Holi colors. Embracing the spirit of our commitment to sustainability, we are inviting you to OES Children Farm on March 24th, 2024 to explore the ancient art of creating eco-friendly holi colours.

Why Natural Colours?


In today’s world environment consciousness is essential, using natural Holi colors is a step towards preserving our planet. By opting for chemical-free alternatives, we not only protect our health but also contribute to the well-being of the environment.

In ancient times, Holi colours were made from plants and flowers that blossom in the spring. Our ancestors celebrated Holi with chemical-free, natural colours. In this workshop, we hope to revive this tradition and inspire you to celebrate Holi in harmony with nature.

Workshop Activities:


1. Experts will guide you through the process of extracting vibrant colors from natural ingredients, such as flowers, spices, and herbs.
2. Participants will create their own holi colours using the techniques learned during the workshop.

3. Explore the significance of Holi in Indian culture and the environmental benefits of using natural colors.

Program Details

Date: 24th March 2024

Venue: Organo Et School Children’s Farm campus, Kesaram, Chevella Rd.

Timing: 8:00 am – 10:00 am

Program Fee: Rs. 1000+ GST per participant 

Register here: https://forms.gle/v24sUKdW7KuEe4vm7

Join Us: Come and participate in this wonderful activity at OES Children Farm. Let's celebrate Holi with colours that are both beautiful and environmentally friendly. Let us work together to spread joy while also caring for our environment.

Register Now! Limited slots only.

About Organo Et School (OES):

Organo Et School, an experiential learning initiative by Organo since 2017, has impacted over 8000 students, 2000 adults, 1250 community residents, and 500 corporate employees. Join us on our journey toward sustainable living by subscribing to our channel and following us on Instagram for the latest updates. 🌿

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