The event showcased a series of workshops and engaging programmes designed to enlighten tomorrow's adults about the wonders of the natural world in a fun and interactive manner. There were 1,000 kids who participated in various activities.
One of the highlights of the event was the Sanctuary Photography exhibition, where Sarmaya, a digital museum featuring a collection of diverse histories and artistic traditions of the Subcontinent, will present their magnificent Art and Conservation collection.
All the children attending the festival indulged in face painting, fancy dress competitions, nature walks, wildlife games, photography workshops and theater workshops that kept them busy throughout the day.
Apart from excellent content to educate and engage children, PETA's animatronics elephant 'Ele' was also the centerpiece at the Tata Theatre, captivating audiences with its lifelike movements at the event, which also saw Dia Mirza, a Sanctuary Nature Foundation board member, who shared her insights on environmental conservation.