#SignatureStartUp Masterclass celebrates real life success stories of passionate achievers from various fields. The season 2 of #SignatureMasterclass kickstarted with a session with thespian Rajkummar Rao and he enthralled the audience with his unique story from #PassionToPaycheque
Wok to Walk is an international chain of restaurants serving Asian food. Originally from Netherlands, they have restaurants in Africa, Europe, America and Asia. Wok to Walk has opened their first two Indian outlets in Delhi and here is our first hand early bird report.
Lok Gatha Utsav was a display of the rich heritage of folk music, dance and art in India. IGNCA deftly fused the essentially folk culture festival with the modern. Star performers such as Mohit Chauhan, Hans Raj Hans and Manoj Tiwari also participated in the event.
DLF Mall of India is converted into a Winter wonderland for Christmas this December. Along with Hamleys they have organised a host of fun activities for kids this festival season.
Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon inaugurated Smile International Film Festival for Children and Youth at Sirifort Auditorium Delhi. The week long film festival will be held from 11th to 17th December and includes films, short films, story telling sessions, workshops, games and fun activities for children.
Posh localities already have food trucks parked regularly in the area. Others are however still opening up to it and the Delhi Food Truck Festival aimed at promoting the concept. We are up for any new experience – be it food or mode of dispensation. Hence we spent a Fun-Do evening at the 2nd edition of Delhi Food Truck Festival at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium.
This is rare. It was two firsts for us. A) Being “tea-totallers: we were keen to try the new Chaayos outlet at Connaught Place. B) Chaayos keeps tweaking their menu as per the season. The new winter menu was just launched and we were invited to try that.
IGNCA at Janpath is holding an exhibition on religious and theatrical practices that have evolved out of Ramayan. They have tried to capture glimpses of Ram Leela that have transcended space and time. Aptly named “Leela”, the display looked great from outside. Consequently, although we were there to attend the festival “Lok Gatha”, we gravitated to the exhibition hall.
We wanted a break from the heavy duty Indian food that we were eating all around us given the festival and the wedding season. And yet wasn’t upbeat about surviving on raws and boils in this lovely weather. In such circumstance, Honk at Pullman came up with a Thai food festival just in time.
Australian High Commission’s annual pre Christmas fair, Oz Haat Charity Mela was held last Saturday, 2nd December 2017 at their office in Chanakyapuri. This is quite a hit or miss situation since it is a single day event. They hardly have any publicity either.