What: Winter is almost here, so how can a kebab fest be far behind. The stories and recipes revolving around kebabs are many, from ancient hunter-gatherers to the Mughal dynasty. Each recipe asks for several combinations of spices and a story to warm your heart. Kebab di Kahaniya Festival of Punjab Grill is a celebration of this beloved culinary tradition and storytelling. Guests will be able to enjoy an exclusive selection of eight charcoal-grilled kebabs, alongside speciality Indian bread, roasted Turkish veggies and the Chef’s special lineup of dips. The menu has something for every meat lover, from classic Karachi Chargha Kebab to exceptional Kashmiri Tabak Maaz. Choose from royal flavours such as Mahi Kebab “The Mughal Feast", Hyderabadi Patthar Kebab from the kitchen of Nizams and Haldighati Chicken Kebab – a tribute to King Rana Pratap’s historic Haldighati battle win. The other must-haves include spicy, meaty, well-rested, flavourful variants: Dhaga Burn Road Kebab, Peshawar Chapli Kebab and Adana Shish Kebab.
Where: Across all Punjab Grill outlets in Delhi NCR
When: 26 October – 15 November
What: For those waiting for the reopening of KNMA, it has finally launched virtual tours for viewers to digitally experience museum exhibitions. With simple, user-friendly, navigation tools, the new 360 degree panoramic and 3D walkthroughs, the exhibition offers viewers the opportunity to move through, look around the museum space and explore artworks at their own pace. The viewer can zoom in and take a closer look at a work of art, read texts, labels, watch related videos, discover lesser-known facts about the artists and their practices and experience the exhibition in a new way. This launch of virtual tours is an effort to bring the four exhibitions, which opened at KNMA, Saket, in February 2020 to the virtual world. They were curated as a celebration of the ten year anniversary of the museum. It is a homage to eminent artist Zarina, who passed away in April this year, making the KNMA exhibition ‘Zarina: A Life in Nine Lines’ her last one.
Where: Website of Kiran Nadar Museum of Art
What: To celebrate National Children’s Day, here’s a weekly screening of four award winning children’s films. Organised in collaboration with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, New Delhi Screenings will be held every Saturday and Sunday in November. The Dutch Children’s Film Festival opens with ‘My Giraffe’ (Dikkertje Dap). The film can be accessed for a period of 36 hours from Saturday 9 am to Sunday 11:55 pm.
Where: Website of India International Centre
When: Throughout November