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Anybody who has travelled in Northern India will recognize this QSR format restaurant that serves hearty Punjabi fare, chaat, mithais and a splash of Chinese. The management at Murli acknowledges that they were inspired by the iconic brand that began in Nagpur and decided to recreate the concept in Bengaluru.
Laxmi Chandrashekar has adapted 'Chakradrushti' written by reputed Kannada writer Na Kasturi for the stage and presented it as Gundayana. This Kannada comedy play is unique because the protagonist never takes the stage. Instead 10 different characters all played by the same actor.
Art by Tangerine brings you Little Brown Neighbours that is a display of works by Shunmuga Sundaram. The sparrow series painted by the artist is the highlight of this exhibition at Tangerine. The artist has the experience of working with realistic art for the last 12 years and his works reflect his observational style.
The Indian summer is ruled by one and only one fruit, the delicious Alphonso mangoes. At Khandani Rajdhani, you can gorge on all 'aam' delicacies because the Aamlicious mango festival is on. Try out the royal Rajasthani and Gujarati recipes cooked with raw as well as ripe Alphonso mangoes.