Ballyhoo Park

Non-Violence Foundation’s Sustainable Biodiversity and Food Park –Ballyhoo Park

Welcome to the Non-Violence Foundation’s Sustainable Biodiversity and Food Park as Ballyhoo Park, where we are dedicated to restoring our 168-acre park on the lines of the United Nations’ Decade of Restoration of Eco-Systems and the Indian Prime Minister’s flagship agenda of LiFE (Lifestyle for Environment). Take the LiFE pledge

Our mission is to create a peaceful oasis in the midst of the hustle and bustle of city life, where individuals and families can connect with nature and learn about sustainable living practices. Our park is a perfect place to unwind, relax, and rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul.

We invite individuals and corporate sectors to become partners of change and contribute to converting the park into an urban forest. By sponsoring our park, you will be helping us achieve our goals of creating a sustainable and biodiverse ecosystem that benefits both people and the planet.

Our park is divided into different sections that cater to various interests. We have a gardening section, where visitors can learn about organic farming and permaculture techniques. We also have a boating club that offers a tranquil boating experience on our peaceful lake. For the adventurous, we have a range of exciting activities such as rock climbing, zip-lining, and obstacle courses.

When it comes to dining, our park has several restaurants that serve organic and vegetarian food made from locally sourced ingredients. Our park’s chefs also specialize in cooking with mushrooms, oyster-cordyceps, and honey, all grown on our park grounds.

For students, we have ecological trails that educate them on water, ecology, biodiversity, and energy cycles. We believe that education plays a crucial role in promoting sustainable living, and our park is the perfect place to learn about environmental conservation and restoration.

Additionally, we offer yoga therapy and naturopathy services that promote holistic health and wellness. Our experienced practitioners help visitors manage stress, anxiety, and other mental health issues through various techniques such as meditation, breathing exercises, and yoga.

Lastly, our park is dedicated to sustainable energy generation. We harness renewable energy sources such as solar power and wind power to reduce our carbon footprint and promote sustainable living practices.

In conclusion, the Non-Violence Foundation’s Sustainable Biodiversity and Food Park is a unique and transformative experience for anyone who wishes to connect with nature and learn about sustainable living practices. Join us on our mission to create a peaceful and sustainable world for future generations by becoming a partner of change today.