Food trucks are the latest trend in Delhi NCR food scene. Delhi Food Truck Festival brought many new and established food trucks under one roof for a two days food festival. Apart from some glitches the festival managed to offer fun time for Delhiites over some food, beer and rain dance over a very hot weekend.
The Grub Fest, apparently India’s biggest food festival, came back to Delhi NCR once again this 14th – 19th March at JLN Stadium. To keep Delhites well fed and entertained, the festival brought together some of the most popular restaurants offering their signature drinks and dishes over some music, dance, games and contests. Our favorite beer brand Witlinger was the official Pouring Partner of The Grub Fest. Grub Fest keeps coming back and we would recommend this event to anyone looking for good times
Bharat Parv is a celebration of India’s rich culture and tradition in food, crafts and folk arts. Organised by the ministry of Tourism, the high point was the state and department tabloids that were displayed in Republic Day parade. Apart from this, food from different Indian states, Live performances and handicraft all together created a little India in the sprawling lawns of Red Fort
Flying kites was a common pass time till some years back. However it is a special skill these days. To celebrate this sport Delhi Tourism is holding the colourful International Kite Festival of India at the DDA grounds in Dwarka sector 10.
Surajkund Mela 2017, the annual handicrafts as well as culture extravaganza organized by the Haryana government is going to be held 1st to 15th February, 2017. The venue is Surajkund off Faridabad and we get a host of enquiries about this fair. Here is a list of exciting things to do at Surajkund fair.
Australian High Commission organizes a pre Christmas fair, Oz Haat Charity Mela , at its premise in Chanakyapuri. The event does create a lot of buzz among expats and locals and parking at this time in that area is a veritable nightmare. However by way of Christmas tradition we brave such woes and try our best to attend the event . The fair was held on 4th December this year and notwithstanding other commitments we just managed to attend the fun filled affair.
The temperatures have dropped suddenly. The early morning fogs are also back. It is winter. The biggest event in winter is Christmas. A host of events are happening to welcome Christmas in Delhi. For example – the Oz Haat Charity Mela this weekend.
Christmas is around the corner. The nip in the air is a clear indication. People are already gearing up for some solid partying. Moreover, we are receiving invitations for various Christmas related ceremonies. In response to one such invite, we recently attended a cake mixing ceremony at Park Plaza, Shahdara.