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“Wild creatures attract us because we have a natural affinity for those sharing the gift of life. Communing with fellow living beings helps us discover the richness of our own souls.”

– The Sky and Earth Touched Me, by Joseph Bharat Cornell

Let’s get out of our house and office, and experience the peace and joy of nature.

Simple, enjoyable Sharing Nature exercises provide you with a direct, personal experience of the wonder and joy of nature. Some activities are playful; some are more meditative.

By deepening your relationship with nature, you will also deepen your relationship with your true Self and be able to cultivate inner peace and freedom.


This workshop will take place in Siri Fort Park.

We will meet outside the park and enter from a gate in Panchsheel Park. The exact location will be provided upon registration.

What to Bring:

  • Wear comfortable walking shoes
  • A hat, sun screen
  • A water bottle

Physical Fitness:

We will walk in the park for 15 minutes to reach our activity area. You do not need to walk fast. In fact, we want to walk slowly to see, hear, and feel nature.

Age Group:

This workshop includes meditation and a few individual activities in silence. Small and young children are not recommended.

Register in advance.
Registration fee: Rs.200
We will inform you of a meeting location upon your registration and payment.

Regsiter Here

About Sharing Nature:

In 1979, Joseph published nature awareness activities in Sharing Nature with children, which pioneered and popularized internationally the use of nature activities. Parents and educators across the globe were wildly enthusiastic about these games. Now Sharing Nature is a worldwide movement dedicated to helping children and adults deepen their relationship with nature. More