8:00 AM. Your alarm is buzzing. Half awake, you flip thru your Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram and make an effort to wake up. You fill up your day with the daily chores including a job that you always feel running from & mind with thousands of random thoughts. Finally comes the night, when you ask yourself is this what you want to do for the rest of your life. You stop that thought by again browsing thru social media & falling asleep. And here comes the next day. Nothing changes.

This doesn’t sound a pretty version of life. Isn’t it? A life where we are missing the most important aspect of being happy – inner contentment.  And that’s what Project Shoonya is all about.

Shoonya is a two day festival in Jibhi, Himachal Pradesh, June 16-17,  where we are celebrating ‘nothingness’ with the belief that there is everything in nothing & even the eternal starts from ‘zero’. Imagine yourself in a mindfulness stage with not a single thought running through your mind yet you feel totally happy, accomplished and content with your life. This is what this festival aims at achieving. We are celebrating life & inviting seekers to take a journey within oneself amidst mountains via curated pathways in the form of workshops, activities, fun games and music. All our activities will take seekers thru a journey that let them break their own inhibitions, discover their own self, meet & collaborate with other seekers, embrace everyone and celebrate life.



  • Drum circle
  • Contact Improvisation Workshop
  • Mandala Making
  • Sound healing with Yoga
  • Mud Play
  • Acoustics & EDM
  • Fishing
  • Jamming
  • Storytelling
  • Poetry and more.


Important Details:

Date: June 16-17th 2018

Venue: Mudhouse Hostels, Jibhi, Himachal Pradesh

Register at www.projectshoonya.com

Pack your bags & join a festival that is high on love, happiness, sharing, and belief that even the eternal starts from zero. Take a journey towards ‘mindfulness’ but hurry up as Shoonya is almost sold out.



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