2nd October is basically celebrated as a day lounging at home or going out for a movie or shopping. It’s spent like any other holiday. But why spend a day simply doing everything yet nothing. This Gandhi Jayanti do something different than your daily routine. Try something new and exciting that will leave behind several interesting memories and stories to share. Here’ s our list of activities you can do this Gandhi Jayanti. Trust us you won’t miss your booze, being 2nd October a Dry day. 😀
Gandhi Walk: In the Footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi – Experience Delhi Tour
On this guided tour; visit Raj Ghat, where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated. The eternal flame at the site was installed in his memory. Visit the National Gandhi Museum, where many great memories of Gandhi are on display. Visit Gandhi Smriti to learn more about his life as a person, as a leader, and as a father of the Indian nation. Also, see the 11 statues depicting Gandhi’s Dandi March, an action he carried out to break the country’s tax on salt.
Time: Fri 02 Oct, 03:00 PM
Venue: Patel Chowk Metro Parking, Janpath, Connaught Place, Delhi, NCR 110001, India
Take part in a Definitive Guide to Building Photo Stories in Delhi
The ones with a passion for photography or those who just love to click pictures should definitely be a part of this photo walk. The aim of this walk is to give you an insight into building photo stories (visual storytelling) through documenting certain things that intrigue you. The walk is about learning to take pictures that tell a story. The walk is centered in Majnu Ka Tilla, a Tibetan Colony in North Delhi that was established around 1960. The narrow lanes of the settlement serve as a fulcrum to the entire idea of going there and trying to look for stories in the labyrinth. Be it street, portrait, food, fashion or culture photography.
Time: 02 Oct & 09 Oct, 11:00 AM
Venue: Gurudwara Majnu Ka Tila, New Chandrawal, Civil Lines, Delhi, NCR 110054, India
Contact Details: +91-9643982934
Celebrate womenhood with ‘Women As Winner’ exhibition
The exhibition is a celebration of womanhood and is in honour of all the Indian women achievers. The exhibition showcases artwork by artists like R.K Bhandari, Sunil Kumar, Meenakshi Dhiman, Poonam Verma, Diksha Himanshu Maan, Nitika Babbar, Mohit Sharma, Ravjot Kaur and Pankrit Jindal.
Time: 24th Sep – 9th Oct, 11:00am – 07:00pm
Venue: RCIFA Gallery, F-104, Phase 1, Ashok Vihar, North, Delhi NCR
Relish some awesome cuisine at Woks
Welcome the return of The Noble House as Woks is bringing back signature and famous dishes from the iconic and award-winning restaurant Noble House. The special menu will include iconic dishes like Signature Noble House Steam Boat Soup, sumptuous Dragon Boat Dim Sum Platter, Cauliflower in Garlic Butter Sauce and delicious desserts like Date Pancakes with Ice Cream and Creme Caramel. The restaurant will also be decked out in a décor reminiscent of the original Noble House.
Time: 24th Sep – 24th Oct, 12:00pm – 11:30pm
Venue: Woks, The Lalit Hotel, 28th Floor, Barakhamba Avenue, Near Barakhamba Metro Station, Connaught Place, Central, Delhi NCR
Sufi Evening With Resident DJ Hemant
Sufi Lovers come and join DJ Hemant at Zerzura and be part of a totally crazy evening. Witness a Mash-up like never before this Friday with Sufi and Bollywood music. The groovy music with thumping beats, sufi rhythms and Bollywood delights will definitly make it a Friday to remember.
Time: Oct 02, 2015, 08:00 PM
Venue: Zerzura – Qutab Hotel, The Clarion Collection (Qutab Hotel), Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, Near Katwariya Sarai, New Delhi