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Saturday, March 30, 2019
Klyde Warren Park, Dallas TX 11 AM - 6 PM

Experience India’s vast cultural and spiritual heritage at Klyde Warren Park. Enjoy live music and dance performances, along with traditional eats, games, and activities for the entire family.

** FREE Admission **

A celebration of reuniting hearts and a magical family event for all.
Join in and celebrate one of India’s ancient festivals.

The Story of the Festival of Joy

The Festival of Joy – also celebrated as the Festival of Chariots, or Ratha Yatra – has its roots in ancient India and the bhakti tradition and is celebrated in major cities all across the world.

Krishna, a Sanskrit name for God, has been away from His childhood home since He became King. When his best friends decide to visit His kingdom, they see him in His fancy royal outfits and feel He is a stranger. In their longing, they pick up the ropes that yoke the horses to His grand chariot and affectionately force Him to return home with them.

This festival is a chance for us to do the same – to reconnect and celebrate family and friends – while feeling that same joy.



Saturday, March 30, 2019

11 AM – 6PM



Klyde Warren Park
Dallas, TX


Taste of India

Taste the Festival of Joy in the delicious, authentically Indian foods prepared with love.

Experience India

Your passport to India – Transport yourself to India and Try-on-a-Sari and Turban, or create your own block-print, and have Mehndi designs on your hand. Free photo booths to remember all the fun.

Family Day

Have a day full of laughter and games for the entire family – Indian themed face-painting, arts and crafts for children of all ages.

Meditation Zone

Yoga in the Park

Join some of Dallas’ leading yogis for yoga in the Park.


Harmonize the inner joy in your heart through the secrets of India’s philosophy and meditation practices.

Ayurveda Health

Learn more about this holistic approach to health that allows you to become a balanced, vital, happy person with the least amount of effort. Ayurveda is an ancient solution to our modern-day problems.