Tej Farm’s Eco Commune Sundays


As we go more towards being techno-savvy, going organic is another tangent in that direction. A one-of-its-kind event aimed at promoting organic products was held at Tej Farm in Chandigarh’s first experiential eco showcase.

A family property since 1985, the owner of Tej Farm, Dr Amandeep Kahlon, and her entire family has invested in Nature-based endeavours. Her son Yashvir Singh Sandhu runs Countrysiders Agritech which is a foremost provider of protein-rich Kadaknath eggs from the farm.

After the lockdown , her daughter, Anahat Preet Sandhu started her non profit  venture in 2021 called Unifawe Foundation and Eco Commune is a part of that initiative.“We started working together with like-minded people and met in natural surroundings, rather than getting together in cafes and hotels or restaurants. Why not gather amidst Nature? So that’s where Eco Commune came about,” shares Dr Amandeep.

“It was a synergy waiting to happen. We had some space which has been in the family for some time, we are all fond of doing something which is Nature-based, and got allied with people who are also running businesses or non-profits in the same spirit,” she says,  while talking about Eco commune.

Eco Commune Sundays

A host of exciting workshops which aim at fostering an environment-friendly attitude towards daily living are held at Eco commune, not every Sunday, but only on Sundays whenever they happen.  Mohit Gusain was the singer at the workshop creating a very lively atmosphere to the special Sunday.

Eco Commune Sunday on Nov 13 

  • Philosopher, psychologist and author, Renu Thakur, who is a ‘soul healer’

offered a session on “accessing the subconscious for self improvement and


Another interesting session was held by Vatama Solutions which is a

company dedicated to providing solutions for wet waste management across North India for kitchen and garden waste.

Bhawna Singh, founder of Chandigarh based ‘Naturally Yours’brought her natural flavours with South Indian delicacies like idli and

sambhar at the event.

– Chef Manav Suri from Sir Dough Bakehouse Cafe in Mohali whose sourdough croissants and sandwiches were a major attraction

– The Nature Mill, a brand specializing in creating new age beauty and food products from all purest ingredients, held a session on winter care with saffron which they source from Kashmir.

– On gardening and plant care, there were two sessions to look out for. One was creating a Zen garden by the Tricity Water Garden Centre, and the other one was ‘starting plants from seeds’ workshop by Blooms n Stylz.

– For art lovers, there was a watercolour and community painting session by

‘Spellbound Hues’

For more reach out at https://unifawefoundation.com/


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