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Culture Gully Food Festival at Kingdom of Dreams

Kingdom of Dream

I got a message on Facebook from Daksh about #CGFoodFest @kingdomofdreams a few weeks prior to the 23rd March 2013 event. Pravit and I went for the event. It started at 12PM and was on until the early evening.

Culture Gully is an air conditioned environment with an artificial sky and many food pavilions from all over India. The idea was to have fun knowing, tasting, writing and photographing food. The event was organized by KoD in conjunction with Iffort. The organizers did a good job, preparing games and quizzes around food.

Culture Gully

While for many of the people who were there, it was their first time at the Kingdom of Dreams, I had been here earlier for a couple of shows and also had eaten at the Culture Gully. However, each time KoD, fascinates you with something new. This time around it was the great food and the many impromptu (for the viewers) performances that happen within the Culture Gully.

Pravit was the youngest blogger. Well, he doesn’t blog, just shoots pictures. Here are some of his captures.

Some food pictures, that I shot. The food was very good. And the best part was we could eat whatever we wanted from any pavilion.

Sabudana VadaKeema PaoJalebi

You can get a crash course about India within these pavilions.

Musicians

Puppets

You can see some more picture from the event at – Flickr and on Facebook.

It was great to meet : Vinay, Anandan, Arvind, Akshita, Sangita, Erin, Romel, Prashant and Gaurav (i think).

Here is Romel’s picture of all of us!

Bloggers at #CGFoodFest

And Daksh followed with this one:

It was good fun, thanks for hosting us and treating us to some great food.

To view tweets from this event, search for #CGFoodFest on Twitter.

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Some amazing stuff that I have seen in the last days

I just had to keep these for the later years.

The Help Project

via @mita_majumdar on ClickCraft

Stand By Me | Playing For Change | Song Around the World

via @sunilmalhotra on FaceBook

Vivian Maier, street photographer

via @mita_majumdar on ClickCraft

The Sartorialist

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Shootout at Lal Qila (Red Fort)

Date: 13 Feb 2o1o
Participants: vishesh, priyanka, sunaina, mita, surbhi, suchita, priyanka, sunny, ananda, ruben, viveck and daksh

Build up: http://twtvite.com/6hz2yg

Final roundup: http://bit.ly/9YresD

Pictures/blogs:
http://clickcraft.ning.com
Mita – http://ning.it/auWA6O
Priyanka – http://ning.it/acF04w and http://ow.ly/16zVG6
Viveck – http://tinyurl.com/yl49vym and http://tinyurl.com/yzl3t2r
Sunaina – http://ning.it/b1rp4H
Suchita – http://ning.it/a5dqoS
Surbhi – http://ning.it/aPdnOR
Ananda – http://ning.it/dzQttv

Some pictures taken by Ruben and Ananda

Sheesh Ganj

Wires all over

Red Stone against a white sky

silhouette

Diwan-e-Khas

bee

moti masjid

jain digambar

CCD