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17 to 19 April : Top 5 events this weekend

Just plan and go for some fun time out in the city. Mela Phulkari :Soak yourself into the bright colours as the organisers pay an ode to “Panjab”, through the art of Phulkari. This 10-day long celebration of the vibrancy is about to end on Sunday so it’s a must visit. Khulla Sher: Sangrur, the exhibit by the rural women of Punjab is a must visit. When: 8 – 17 April 2016 Where:Open Palm Court, India Habitat Centre. Nearest Metro Station: Jor Bagh Timings:10:00 [...]

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Top 5 events in April across Delhi – NCR

Weekend events list is here, choose, plan and enjoy the top 5 events around you: 1. Daini : Story of a witch Watch the intense and power packed performances of the artists as they present a  a chilling account through the Witch’s own words – a hard hitting story that brutally uncovers issues of a witch – hunting, gender politics, power tussle and short lived memory of the urban audience towards the issue. Set in the tea tribe community of Assam, Daini [...]

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Top 6 things to do in March 2016

Penguin Spring Fever Delhi’s oldest literary and cultural festival hosted by Penguin Random House India returns with highly acclaimed speakers such as : Anand Kumar, Emraan Hashmi, Gulzar, Hindol Sengupta, Husain Haqqani, Luke Coutinho, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Neeraj Kumar, Payal Gidwani Tiwari, Ramachandra Guha, Shashi Tharoor, Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Sonali Bendre Behl, Srijan Pal Singh, Sunil Khilnani, Sunil Sethi and Twinkle Khanna. It’s one -of-a-kind celebration of books, reading, music, and much more, and presents a great opportunity for Delhi’s young [...]

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Holi Weekend: 6 Unique Ways to Enjoy Holi

From West Bengal to Goa, here are some great ways to enjoy Holi this year! Punjab: Hola Mohalla, Anandpur Sahib photo credits – Punjab tourism What Is It: If you believe Holi is all about throwing colours at people, then head to Anandpur Sahib in Punjab for a very different kind of celebration. Processions with Nihang warriors dressed in their traditional  blue attire and wielding weapons, people riding elephants and horses, mock battles and display of martial prowess with swords and knives [...]

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