Things to do

Top 5 ‘Diwali Mela’ you must visit

Diwali is one of India’s most celebrated festivals. Lights, fireworks, rangoli and candles are just few signs. The joy of Diwali gets even more exciting with ‘mela’ in the city. Here’s a quick list of few Diwali mela you can’t afford to miss if you are in Delhi region this festive season: Blind School Diwali Mela: It’s a moment of pride and admiration when you see the huge collection of diyas and candles (made by blind school students) along with other crafts and Diwali decorations that are available at the mela. Organised annually [...]

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An Autobiographical Monologue by Anupam Kher

Anupam Kher will be performing in a one-man show, Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi. Presented by Myriad Pragmatic Concepts, it is a comedy that shows the journey of a man, who should have been {but isn’t} a failure. Chalking his success up to a manipulation of destiny, Anupam Kher narrates and dramatises his own story on stage. Learn about the actor’s first romantic encounter, his failure at Gandhi audition, the casting inSaaraansh, awards and watch his [...]

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Cultural extravaganza @the 9th Delhi International Arts Festival 2015

What’s this ? The Delhi International Arts Festival (DIAF) is one of the most happening international cultural festivals in the city. Slated to take place from 16 October to 1 November 2015, it’s the ninth edition of this annual show. What’s special this year ? Here is a quick list of ‘must go’ facts: captivating cross-cultural fusion between the Taiwan Bamboo Orchestra and the Bamboo Symphony from Kerala; a mix of Arabic and Hebrew music by Soof Band from Israel, and whirling dervishes from Egypt; an [...]

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Kingdom of Dreams recreates ‘Magic’! This time literally with Tejas!

The show opened. An empty revolving chair rose to a height and then a cloud of dry ice was all over it. Visions block for merely three seconds and then suddenly out of nowhere emerged a smartly dressed young man. He was sitting in pink coat and black trousers. He was none other than Tejas – India’s magic man. His entry was quite dramatic or rather would say very KOD style. “BEHOLD”, that’s what they are calling it. I wasn’t [...]

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