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    Clay in focus
    November 18 | Kalakshetra Foundation
    The Kalakshetra foundation is hosting the second edition of Niram Thiram, a festival dedicated to the traditional textiles and crafts of the country. Themed around Embroidery and Pottery, this year sees an audio visual installation on the embroideries of the Kutch region, besides workshops by craftsmen from Kutch and Hubli. On November 18-21. The workshops cost Rs 250 per person, per workshop. Details: 24520836

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    November 14 | Food Consulate
    Gear up for The Supper Club at the Food Consulate this weekend and indulge in a menu prepared by chefs Vignesh Ramachandran from Chennai and Tushar Sood from Mumbai. On November 14-15, from 7 pm. Vegetarian menu at Rs 1,100 and non vegetarian at Rs 1,200. Details: 42630001

     

     

    Through their eyes3
    November 15 | Crowne Plaza
    The 18th Beautiful India Expatriate Photo Competition comes to a close this weekend, with the photographs taken by around 80 expats going on display this Sunday. The event, organised by Global Adjustments, features pictures on a range of Indian themes. On November 15 at Crowne Plaza Chennai Adyar Park. Entry by invitation only. More on Page 23

     

     

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    November 16 | Park Hyatt
    On World Diabetes Day, Park Hyatt presents a special menu curated by executive chef Grzegorz Odolak. Recommended by Dr Wasim Mohideen, also a food blogger, this menu is part of The Diabetic Food Trail, an initiative that sees over 100 restaurants participating in cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Bengaluru. Featuring whole wheat pizza and wonton soup, prices start from Rs 425 onwards. Details: 71771234

     

     

    One for junior4
    November 19 | Online
    Wondering what to get your kid for Children’s Day? Co-published by Good Earth Publications and Puffin India, the former’s first book for children, The Story of Babur is about the first Mughal emperor of Hindustan. Written by Parvati Sharma, illustrated by Urmimala Nag, and conceptualised by Good Earth’s Simran Lal. Rs 699 on goodearth.in

     

     

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    November 13 | The Amethyst Room
    Classic Indian pieces like the kurta shirt, salwar and Nehru jacket are a part of A&T’s Autumn Winter 2015 collection. Their evening wear has recycled sequins and the garments come in fabrics like cotton, wool, nylon and polyester. Scarves start from Rs 3,000, and kurtas and tunics from Rs 6,000, at The Amethyst Room, Chamiers. Details: 43042099

     

     

    It’s a wrap7
    November 17 | Ambattur
    Bengaluru-based chain, California Burrito has opened up at Ambit IT Park, Ambattur. For a quick Mexican fix, choose between their vegetarian or non vegetarian burrito, with toppings like pico de gallo and sour cream and order a side of nachos with a hot salsa dip. There are rice bowls, salads and refreshers like pink nimbu pani and Mexican sunrise on offer too. Prices starts from Rs 120. Details: 26252105

     

     

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    November 14 | Hyderabad
    Get a glimpse of the annual music festival, Sunburn Goa, at Hyderabad this weekend. Grammy nominated DJ Snake is set to perform at Gachibowli Stadium on November 14. Starting from 3 pm, this Sunburn City Festival promises to be a treat for EDM and trance lovers. Tickets start from Rs 2,000 on in.bookmyshow.com

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