Whitefield habba is here this weekend!

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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About Pravir Bagrodia 13 Articles
Pravir Bagrodia has spent 27 years as reporter, editor and team lead in the fields of media, publishing, printing and eLearning. He has volunteered for Whitefield Rising since its inception.