The festival will showcase various types of literary, heritage and cultural activities at Jodhpur from March 25 to 27.
Are you an adventurer? A travel junkie or a literary enthusiast? Or going out is not your thing? There are many things you can do to celebrate your interests if you are in Delhi. Choose a weekend and step out and indulge in different fun activities in true millennial fashion, or just pamper yourself sitting at home.
Here is a list of top five activities you can explore:
Try an activity from Book My Show
As the Zen proverb goes, “When eating, eat. When walking, walk.” This weekend is just the right time to bring out those sports shoes and head outdoors for some fun. Explore, enjoy cycling or head out for a marathon- unleash your adrenaline rush.
For those who don’t like the outdoors and yet love cardio, Run for Causes Organisation has come up with its own unique Marathon in the comfort of people’s homes/gyms/treadmill. You can register for the India Virtual Marathon/Cyclothon on Book My Show Events section, scheduled for Sunday, 27th January at 5 a.m. Complete the challenge and get a Medal and an E-Certificate that’s waiting for you.
A den for wordsmiths – Jaipur Literature Festival
For a reader, a book is not a word but an emotion. So, how about getting engulfed in storytelling, conversations, discussions, debates, educational programs, live performances, music and art events at Jaipur Literature Festival? One of the most sought-after literary and cultural events in Rajasthan. Make an OYO Townhouse your den for the five-day festival and please the book lover in you.
Indulge in a Pahaadi way of living
It’s all in the name. The Tarzan Way (TTW) curates experiences and travel support for people, nurturing a passion for travelling and a vision for the betterment of the society. ‘Life in a Pahaadi Village’ is a 3 nights 4 days trip to Uttarakhand’s Laluri Khal Village. Trekking, local rituals and enjoying sumptuous authentic local dishes will make you relish the actual Pahaadi lifestyle.
Dastkari Haat Crafts Bazaar- Spend a day at Dilli Haat
Dilli Haat is a place for every shopaholic. With Indian textiles, crafts, food and drinks, all under one roof. This 15-days Dastkari Haat provides a platform to local artisans. Shop from a plethora of shawls, pashminas, chanderis, along with soulful Sufi Music, Instrumental performances and hot cuppas. This year’s event also includes a creative exchange of art and practices between the Indian and Indonesian artisans.
Unwinding at home with Urban Clap
No time to sit back and relax? Pamper yourself with Urban Clap’s Salon at home and enjoy the parade without stepping out. Soak, soothe and splurge. It’s worth it.