Fab India has opened a five storey experience centre in the capital, there’s an Old Delhi Food Festival at the India Islamic Centre, the World Press Photo Awards come to the capital and there’s a whole host of other stuff on as we say farewell to spring. Get stuck in.
If it seems like there’s a never ending supply or festivals and celebrations in India, that’s because there is. If you want to know what’s happening, where, when and why, this article offers the answers.
On international women’s day we recognise a few of the amazing women from the India’s past and present that have dared to challenge and create new norms. Over to them.
If you want to know what a post is really like, then check out what’s been written independently by expats posted to different parts of the world.
Wondering what Maha Shivratri on Friday 24th February is all about and who Lord Shiva is? Here’s a 101 introduction to Lord Shiva, the Lord of Dance, the husband of Parvati, the father of Ganesha and the God that saved the world but turned blue in the process.
Facebook can a good friend for expats looking to hear about the experiences and insights of other expats. Here’s some groups offering hints and tips on a range of topics, from flats and furnishing to food and fun stuff.
From massive Kumbh Melas held at sacred waters all the way through to huge gatherings in the Himalayan range, India is a place where epic pilgrimages see millions of people on the move. Gaynor O’Flynn, an artist from the UK, presents Pilgrimage, an exhibition of her extensive personal pilgrimages in the Himalayan range.