Mughal Gardens in Rashtrapati Bhawan are opened to public in February /March every year. We are pretty regular and do this as an annual ritual. Good things in life are always free. There are no tickets to visit Mughal Gardens. Read on for an account of our recent visit…
We look forward to India Art Festival that is held during the winter in Delhi. This year it was hosted at Thyagraj stadium. It was a free event and drew substantial footfall apparently from all walks of life.
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.
Daniel Bye’s Going Viral is an experimental performance where he acts and interacts with the audience by being on and off stage. The play had audience sitting on the stage. And that is not the only abstract concept about the play. Read on to know more.
The Ministry of Culture is back with Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav showcasing India’s art, culture, food at the sprawling IGNCA. The grounds have been transformed into an Indian fairyland. The food zone has exotic items from various parts of India. All in all – this event can add another angle to your festival fervor this season.
BRICS co-operation expands to various areas of socio economic activities of the member countries. As part of the BRICS movement, the 1st BRICS Film Festival is being held at Sirifort Auditorium. World cinemas from all the member countries are screened during multiple shows throughout the day. Alongside food from these countries, handicrafts are also on display.
CMS Vatavaran organized a screening of documentary films on the theme of environment. We find the honest observation of life through this medium expanding our horizons on various topics. Hence we attend documentary screenings whenever possible. In this series we recently watched the National Award winning documentary “I Cannot Give You My Forest”.