Whitefield habba is here this weekend!

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Whitefield Habba is an initiative to bring together people belonging to diverse backgrounds and residing in different parts of BBMP’s Mahadevapura Zone. To be held at Whitefield’s oldest spot – Inner Circle ground – the fest is ‘by the people, of the people and for the people’ of the locality.

Organized by citizens’ group Whitefield Rising on the occasion of Karnataka Rajyotsava, the six-hour event will celebrate the rich culture, craftsand cuisines of the state. As the attached poster mentions, a variety of stalls, skits, songs, dances and games promise to make it a memorable event for the entire family. It is an opportunity to experience traditional entertainment like Dollu Kunita, Mallakhamba and Gardua Gumbe, alongside music by our Anglo-Indian settlers and art by recent migrants to the neighbourhood.

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Please be there at Inner Circle from 2 to 8 p.m. on Sunday 27 November.

Whitefield habba invitation

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Pravir Bagrodia studied and worked in Delhi for five years in the pre-metro days. He lives in Bengaluru and uses the Delhi Metro during his occasional visits to the capital. Pravir is also an active volunteer with Whitefield Rising.