Time flies and we are at the threshold of another Diwali. And another round of Diwali shopping. But can there be a break from sohan papdis – Frootis – dry fruits? We list out certain unique things that are not only attractive as gifts but are easy on the pockets.
Subway says that you can have your sandwich made as per your preference – your health choice – your taste bud. But then sometimes the staff at Subway do not believe they need to ask the customer and does whatever suits them. We recently had a bad taste at this relatively new Subway at CP. Much to our surprise
Artisans Emporio is a store that brings forth handcrafted products and articles that cater from regular usage items to special gifts. But that is not enough as they do much more. They make festivals a little brighter and we do not mean they make lamps and lights.
Wedding season in North India is followed by big festivals like Karwa Chowth, Diwali and Bhai Dooj. The demand for ethnic wear is highest in this season. Ushnak Mal Madan Lall is into the business of wedding wear for six generations. They continue to offer the best in quality, style, craftsmanship and trends.
It is the festival season and we are perhaps already rushing from pillar to post to tick off chores. All this leads to piles of stress and we are forever fatigue. Some comfy bed and mattress and a good sleep pattern may however go a long way to rejuvenate and keep us focused.
Diwali is the festival of lights. It lights up everything from home to hearts. And a kindled heart wants to share. Share joy, happiness and good tidings. Perhaps this is the philosophy, the ethos behind giving gifts to near and dear ones. Family, relatives, friends, colleagues, neighbours. DLF Mall of India is all set to turn the shopping experience of visitors into a special affair with Happy Dealwali festival.
An important aspect of travel is to try the local cuisine. But in an alien city, how to find a place that serves authentic regional food in a pleasant, clean ambiance and at reasonable prices? No wonder, a traveler is often baffled. We are making it easy for our Delhi-Fun-Dos readers. We recently visited “Sudipar Rannaghar”, a restaurant serving Bengali food in Kolkata and here is our account.
Diwali is around the corner. The precursor to this festival is Diwali shopping. No wonder we see a host of fairs and exhibitions being organised routinely this time of the year. Two most popular fairs in Delhi NCR are Blind School Diwali Mela and Sundernagar Diwali Mela. We have been getting a host of queries as to which fair to attend. To make it a little easier for you, below is a comparison.
Aadyam’s presentation this time is Anand Express. The play is based on Keith Gray’s story Ostrich Boys that was later adapted by Karl Miller for stage. The Indian adaption by Adarsh Khurana was recently staged at Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi. Directed for Aadyam by Nadir Khan, this is a Rage Productions presentation.