From dance to delicacies — here’s how you can celebrate Holi this year!

With Holi right around the corner, Patriot has curated a list of events around the city, to make your celebrations even more colourful 


Holi Festival @ Punjabi Bagh Club

Delhiites start your countdown because Punjabi Bagh Club is hosting the biggest Holi festival called Rang Bahaar, the festival of colours. The festival will have 100% natural colours, artists performances along with DJ Yogii, DJ Nish, DJ Gouri, DJ Gunn and DJ Ansh playing live for all and VIP Tables as well. You can celebrate the festival with your loved ones with great food, drinks, peppy music, and entertaining performances. Do your reservations at the earliest and have a blast. Early bird passes are also available. 

Where: Punjabi Bagh Club
When: 29th March, Monday
Timings: 11 am – 5 pm


Holi special Thandai Cake from Karamele 

For all you health freaks, Karamele by Kanupriya Khanna has introduced Thandai Cake as Holi Special. This Gluten-free cake is made of Quinoa and organic jaggery. It is eggless and vegan options are also available. It naturally has all nine essential amino acids. It also makes the cake an indulgence rich in antioxidants, calcium, fiber, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and vitamins B & E. Jaggery further adds to your health by preventing free-radical damage, prevents anaemia being rich in iron, and also boosts immunity. 


Complimentary malpua and rabri at Cafe Delhi Heights

Indulge in Holi desserts with Malpua— a popular Indian sweet of fried fluffy pancakes dipped in sugar syrup and served with rabdi complimentary at all the outlets of Cafe Delhi Heights. 


Holi Bon Bon Collection by Colocal

Capturing the true spirit and mood of the festival of colours, Colocal- the Cacao Artisans has introduced the flavourful, delicious “Holi Bon Bon Collection”. The colourful collection comprises six amazing flavours- thandai, gulkand, kaju and kesar, elaichi and dalchini, nariyal and toffee. Drawing inspiration from Holi delicacies, the flavours truly represent the traditional Indianness coupled with the irresistible, creaminess and richness of chocolates. Cute and colourful, these eye-catching bon bon chocolates would serve as a perfect gift for your friends, family and loved ones on Holi. So this Holli, instead of the traditional mithai opt for these cuties by Colocal and make your Holi truly special and memorable.

Pricing: Pack of six priced at INR 550 plus taxes

Pack of 12 priced at INR 1050 plus taxes

Address: The Dhan Mill Compound


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