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  • Mumbai: Kala Ghoda festival goes ‘Green’ this year

    This is the year of painting the town green and again witnessing and soaking up the beauty of the city at Kala Ghoda Arts Festival in every form. The show has already begun with its splendour performances and programs to promote environmentally friendly lifestyle.

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    Visiting the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival? 10 restaurants you can grab a quick bite!

    It’s the time of the year when the Kala Ghoda area of South Mumbai gears for the most-awaited annual arts and culture event – the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. The art extravaganza is a complete package of food stalls, music, dance, and theatre shows, heritage walks, workshops, and handicraft stalls. In 2018, the festival begins from February 3 and concludes on February 11. While you have marked the calendar for the events

  • Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2018: 10 Art Installations You Simply Cannot Miss!

    Now in its 20th edition, the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival pays an ode to art and artists every year. The art extravaganza explodes with a riot of events and activities by organising programs under various categories including theatre, dance, music, food and more. What has remained same is the aim of promoting arts and culture. The nine-day festival that began today, February 3, will conclude on February 11. The festival is centered

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    Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2018: 7 workshops every foodie must attend!

    The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (KGAF) is not just about arts and literature. It also takes care of the important aspect of life – Food. The food section at the KGAF hosts an array of workshops and food talks curated by celebrities from the culinary world. These workshops and talks help to give your everyday cooking a much-needed makeover. In 2018, the festival theme is ‘Hara Ghoda’ and it seems they are

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    Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2018: Our guide to activities, plays and workshop for kids

    Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is our country’s one of the largest multicultural festivals that celebrate the heritage and art of South Mumbai. The festival is a vibrant celebration of art, literature, dance, theatre, workshop, food, cultural events, fun and more. The festival is a complete package of workshops, exhibitions, and live performances. KGAF has something for everyone. As we say something for all then how can we forget kids? The festival has an

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    Kala Ghoda Art Festival 2018: Explore Mumbai and its hidden gems with these heritage walks; Details inside

    Mumbai is the city that never fails to charm us. The city has always mesmerised us with its beauty and architecture. The city is a blend of Gothic Revival, Indo-Saracenic, Art Deco, and other contemporary styles’ architecture. The city has tons of gems to explore. To help you with that, Kala Ghoda Art Festival 2018 has heritage walks to offer. The walk also gives you an opportunity to get to know the

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    This Bookstallation in Mumbai is a book lover’s oasis

    Though the life around us has become digitalized, the beauty of the printed pages never fails to charm us. And these printed pages have created their own personal world which allows bibliophiles to laze in. To get hands on experience of one such bookworm’s nook drop by the David Sassoon Library by these weekend.

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    Kala Ghoda Arts Festival: Plays you just can’t miss

    City’s theatre lovers are in for a super treat courtesy the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2017. The nine-day art festival brings various facets of theatre –classical, kids, folk, comedy and musical–there are something for everyone.

  • Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2017 schedule, date, venue: everything you can’t miss!

    Mark your calendar! The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (KGAF) is back. Starting this weekend, the festival is a flamboyance celebration of art, dance, literature, theatre, workshop, food and cultural events. Since its inception, the art extravaganza has managed to garner genuine followers from across the globe and also attract an array of activities. The nine-day festival starts from February 4 and ends on February 12.