I just realise that less picture to share means I had more interaction with people, which it's good.
This day starts with a keynote by Danese Cooper and his talk was about milestones in the Drupal project and Open source in India, giving recognition to leaders in India community, I guess was a good way to encourage local community.
After the keynote, volunteers and local organizers, performance a flash mob using India songs. I have to say it was magnificent; they use the stage and aisles, so at any time, you were surrounded by an Indian dancer, cool moment folks.
I was glad in attending the session How to build a sustainable contribution culture in your organization lead by Ashish Thakur and Manjit.Singh they explain that everybody could share and support Open Source and how some ways to do that in your organization.
I expend the rest of my day talking with people in the hall of the event, about nothing and everything. I found that Indians were so glad and proud of held this event, and they must be especially proud; the event was really well organized.
Sadly, all good things come to an end, and I have to say good bye to new friends and miss the contribute sprint due I have to continue in my [#enzotour16](http://enzolutions.com/articles/2016/01/19/around-the-drupal-world-in-120-days/) Next stop Singapore.
I have a recommendation for travelers, arrive at the airport with time because I expend 90 minutes from queuing to claim my boarding passing security controls.
If you are interested in, see my pictures and videos feel free to check my flicker India album