• Sun. Sep 27th, 2020

Dessert Storm

What: Block your dates for the sweetest fest in the country. The Dessertarian Fest is back: From traditional Indian desserts with gur-cheeni to alcohol-infused Mojito cake and cookie shot glasses, they have it all. The plaza will have more than 40 brands putting up stalls with a series of live acts and performances to entertain the crowd. In between, the festival goers can also participate in fun activities and games and get a chance to win free desserts. Drop in to be a part of the ultimate spot for everything sweet.
When: November 30 – December 2 (3 pm- 6 pm)
Where: Select Citywalk, Saket

Spiritual quest

What: Trying to find the meaning of life and deconstructing emotions, here’s an exploration through art. A group exhibition “Finding Meaning”, explores the idea of existence and the meaning of it all. The world has always searched for meaning, reason and causality. The human mind’s endless quests have accelerated evolution beyond its natural or earlier subtle pace. We search for meaning but is there any? Are we here for a purpose or do we exist accidentally? What is conscience and how does it relate to the world around us? Drop in as this exhibition attempts to find answers to these question.
When: October 24 – November 14 (11 am – 7 pm)
Where: Ampas Art Gallery, 374 Sultanpur, M-G Road

Book whirlwind

What: For book lovers, here’s a celebration of literature. Gurgaon Literature Festival promises the best in literature, art, music, poetry and the freedom of expression. There will be multiple events and activities involving your favourite authors, audience interactions and panel discussions. It will also include workshops, book stalls, book reading sessions, poetry slams, book launches and performances by top Indian and international writers and artists. So drop in to spend a perfect warm winter weekend with colourful fountains and a carefully crafted green landscape.
When: November 24 – 26 (11 am – 8 pm)
Where: Leisure Valley Park, Gurugram

Pride Parade

What: Delhiites, gear up for the last Sunday of November. Since 2008, this day has marked the celebration of LGBTQ rights with the annual Delhi Queer Pride Parade. Thousands of people from all walks of life come together with rainbow flags and slogans, marching together with drum beats. This year, join in to celebrate the removal of Section 377 that made the world more colourful, safe and inclusive.
When: November 25 (3 – 7 pm)
Where: Tolstoy Marg, Connaught Place

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