Events in Hyderabad from March 16 to March 22

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Stitch in time
March 16 | Daaram
The city’s popular handloom store Daaram is organising a Lambadi (Banjara) hand embroidery workshop. Conducted by Netrai and Moti Bai, the duo will teach participants different techniques of embroidery, stitches and mirror works in this day-long event. 1 pm onwards. Details: 2776-5503

Electric beats
March 17 | Beats Per Minute
Groove to the tunes of Israeli producer Guy J this Saturday. The music composer will perform in the city as a part of his India tour The Return of Guy J. Catch him perform the best of his electronic tunes from The Trees, 1000 Words and The Sea & The Sun. Ticket: Rs.640. 7.30 pm onwards. Details: 99662-39143

One square meal
March 18 | Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre
Enjoy a rich spread of cuisines and cocktails by the poolside at The Square’s Sunday Brunch. Savour Hyderabadi biryani, Dim sums and Tempura, as you choose from unlimited premium beverages. The property also has a special kid’s buffet with Mini Chicken Burgers and Spaghetti with Meatballs.
Priced at Rs. 2,400. Noon onwards. Details: 6682-4422

 

Sufi night
March 20 | Lamakaan
Prof Subendu Ghosh will take you on a musical journey through Indian poetry and Hindustani Classical from the 13th century to present. Composed and sung by the Hindustani musician himself, the narrative will feature sufi musicians including Amir Khusro, Kabir, Tansen, Lalan Faqeer, Tagore and Faiz.
Entry free. 7.30 pm onwards. Details: 96427-31329

Nature beckons
March 21 | Park Hyatt
Gallery Space is organising an art exhibition, Passions of Narrative, featuring the works of artists Stalin Joseph and Chandra Morkonda. While Stalin’s work celebrates an amalgamation of elements of painting in minimalistic and geometric forms through layering, Chandra brings on board the
symbolism of nature and deities. Entry free. 11 am onwards. Details: 4949-1234

 

Kheema and Kebabs
March 22 | The Westin Hyderabad Mindspace
Get a taste of Bohri food at Kangan’s Bohri Food Festival curated by Mumbai-based Chef Alifiya. Choose from an array of delicious offerings including Doodh Nu Soup, Dabba Ghost, Shammi Kebab, Kheema Khichi alongside Mag Pulav Sarkhi and desserts like Kheer Puri and Dhoodi Falooda. Details: 96760-94352

 

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