Attend The Dreamer's Summit In Nagpur, This July And Chase Your Ultimate Dream!

The event will be held in Chitnavis Centre on 22nd and 23rd July.

Dreamer's Summit, Nagpur, Nagpur Events

For the first time in the country, The Dreamers Summit - A two day Youth Summit organised by RENOVATIO is being held in Nagpur.

This unique workshop that would catalyse you to discover your dream, your unanswered questions of life & find the hero in you that the world is waiting for. The event will see talks by 25+ young dreamers who have discovered their dream & are living it who would talk about their struggles, journey, vision & life.

From world record holder chef to the guy who acts for Amazon, from National Award winning writer to Australian Yoga teacher, from Indian Idol finalist to Lakme Fashion Week photographer, the event will be attended by all. 

In addition to this,  open Mic, karaoke, performances, games will also be organised to keep you enthralled throughout.

The workshop will be conducted by Nakul Agrawal, an author, a spiritualist & founder of Renovatio, one of the biggest volunteer organisations.

Also, the workshop will help you to break the jinx of traditional ideologies, intersperse every thread of their belief system & the driving factors behind their choices thus enabling them to explore themselves & discover what their true calling is, by making use of his deep spiritual understanding.

If you want to register yourself online then you can do it, here

The event will be organised on 22 July from 12 pm to 5 pm and  23 July from 10 am to 6 pm at Chitnavis Centre. The charges are ₹400 for single individual & ₹350 if they come in a group of minimum 3 people. This amount is for the entire event of 2 days. 

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Mandar Pandhare is a commerce graduate turned journalist. When he is not writing stories or editing articles, he is either busy traveling, cracking lame jokes or drooling over Nagpuri street food.