Get ready to eat! The National Association of Street Vendors of India food festival is on its way. It’s time to put on your coat, miss lunch and get yourself down to JLN Stadium.
Meet some magical musicians who’ll transport you to the heart of India (and the Sindh). Sit back, relax and listen to the unique sound of incredible India.
After researching camel prices at the Bateshwar Cattle Fair over the Diwali weekend, I’m now primed and ready to bag myself a decent specimen at this year’s Pushkar Mela.
Have you recovered from Diwali yet? Flashes, bangs and sweet eating will go on for a few days yet, but the end of the biggest festival in the Hindu calendar doesn’t signal the close of festival season.
The Jodhpur RIFF Folk Festival promised loads and didn’t disappoint. The coming together of history and tradition and music and dance, combined with Rajasthani hospitality at the majestic Mehrangarh Fort was match made in heaven. Kicking yourself because you missed it? Fear not. A Sufi Festival is happening here early next year. So, pick up a pen and make a mark in your diary.
If attending a musical festival at two imposing Rajasthani forts is your idea of fun, then the Sufi World Sacred Spirit Festival this February will be right up your street.
Mela means market and with the biggest event in the Hindu calendar coming up there’s the chance to shop, shop, shop. Here’s the lowdown on Delhi’s top three melas, where they are and when they’re open.