Besides tucking in, there is a lot going on this Sunday at Rangashankara
The annual mango party is back in full swing and the organisers of this free-for-all fun fiesta have lots in store for lovers of the luscious fruit. “This is one event we look forward to every year, because it’s a delicious amalgam of food, stories and music,” enthuses Poorvi Sardar, festival coordinator at the popular performance space.
On the cards
All you need to do is bring in a kilogram of mangoes — any kind. Wear something that adds to the atmosphere – an element of green or yellow will do nicely and you can get as creative as you like. Then put on your bib and tucker and gorge on the juicy fruit. The culinary inclined can get cooking at RS cafe. Try your hand at simple dishes like fresh aam panna, tangy mango rice, shrikhand puri, aamras or even a nicely done mango kulfi.
If you want to turn out something special, feel free to bring ingredients from home. You can also get creative with story telling, keeping the mango theme in mind. Participants of all ages get 10 minutes each to keep the audience engaged with stories in Kannada, Hindi or English. BR Chaya will keep you entertained with a medley of popular old Hindi and Kannada songs as well.
Entry free. 2–6 pm.
At JP Nagar. Details: 26493982