Events – June



(June 1 – 30, 2017)

Flyboy Aero Park: Gurugram

If you think you have seen and done it all, it’s time to try something new. It’s time to take the flight of a lifetime through Air Safari.

Explore nature all over again by taking your first para-motor flight. The pilots are all geared to show you a very unique and thrilling way to enjoy the spectacular sights. They guarantee these flights are going to blow your mind away! So why don’t you experience one of the world’s simplest and easiest airborne craft and take your first step to being adventurous with Flyboy Air Safari!


(June 1 – 30, 2017)

Aerocity, Worldmark 1, Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi

An Electrical Engineering graduate for IIT Bombay and one of the main writers of the highly popular “The Viral Fever” which is India’s first online TV for youth. Within a short span of time, he has performed at all the premium colleges, corporates, entrepreneur summits and has been financially laughing his way to the banks for loans. As he humorously puts it, he has the distinction of being the only stand-up comic in India who performs in four different languages – English, Hindi, Java and C+.

IFTAR-E-DASTAKHWAN with Sadia Dehlvi

(June 4, 2017)

Nizamuddin East Block C: Delhi

A Ramadan is the holy month of fasting and blessings. It also brings with it a host of special customs wherein food plays an important part of it.

Hospitality was almost a religious virtue with Dilliwalas, and for generations Dehlvis are known to have the finest foods of Dilli on Dastarkhwan. Last year they got people from different cultures together to celebrate the holy month of Ramzan. They are back with another rendition of Iftar-E-Dastarkhwan with Sadia Dehlvi at her home which holds warmth, history and culture.

Author and columnist Sadia Dehlvi’s family is an intrinsic part of Delhi. The name Dehlvi literally meaning someone from Delhi. Sadia Dehlvi is a host par excellence and the elaborate Mehfils and parties, with Delhi’s traditional food at the Centre, at her beautiful home always stirs up the Delhi’s swish set.


(June 5-18, 2017)

Stoneheadbikes, 31, DSIDC Shed, Block A, Jhilmil Colony, New Delhi


Think of a river flowing beside the road, cold mountain air brushing your face, silence that you can hear yourself breathing and tall snow covered mountains touching the sky.

This adventure motor ride will take you to some of the most astonishing places you never know existed, one of them being the highest motor able pass in the world-Khardungla Pass (5606 m).

Ride through the highest roads in the world, cross mountain passes like Baralacha La(4890 m) and Tanglang La(5328 m), cross Himalayan rivers, visit ancient Buddhist monasteries and the Tibetan nomads with their caravan of Yaks and Pashmina goats and get to know the traditions and culture of the local people on the legendary Royal Enfield Bikes.


(June 10, 2017)

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium: Delhi

The Punjabi heart throb, the boy who has set the bar too high for every other Punjabi boy is here to take the city for a ride with his husky voice and good looks at an exclusive concert. Also known as the King of Swag, Punjabi superstar Diljit Dosanjh hails from a small town in Punjab and entered the big world of Music in 2004. Since then, the talented singer has given us many hits like ‘Lak 28 Kudi Da’, Do You Know, Patiala Peg, Pannga and LA. He is not just a singer but also a performer and takes his audiences’ breath away with his music. His playful personality, his good looks and his fans made him enter the world of mainstream Acting in the year 2011 with the movie The Lion of Punjab and he hasn’t looked back ever since. In 2016, Diljit Dosanjh made his entry in Bollywood with ‘Udta Punjab’ and was loved by people of all age groups. The superstar is now ready to rock Delhi and set the stage on fire with his Punjabi music!


(June 11, 2017)

Akshara Theatre, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Near Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, Delhi


‘Soz-khwani’, is a poetic and musical description and expression of a battle against tyranny in Karbala. It is a beautiful expression of human emotions woven in Awadhi symbols, narration of life and culture. This Art form is performed traditionally during the month of Muharram, which is month of mourning for Shia Muslims. It is performed during the religious gatherings in an event called the ‘Majalis’ where people gather for mourning for the sacrifices made in Karbala.
The Art form has really been an important tradition of Awadh in terms of classical Awadhi, Urdu and some Persian poetic forms. Soz-khwani is also very much part of the folk music traditions of Awadh. The compositions for Soz-Khwani are based on classical Ragas.
Askari Naqvi has been performing Soz-khwani and Nauha-khwani from childhood onward, as part of the family tradition. He has performed at Bharat Rang Mahotsav, JNU, Mahindra Sanatkada Festival Lucknow, etc.


 (June 9, 2017)

Shri Ram Centre, Central Delhi


Mahesh Bhatt is going to presents Hindi play ‘Baat Niklegi Toh’ It is not only dreams that result in success, but also about compelling situations that leave you with no option but to achieve your goal. When both of these exist in life, then it is bound to be an accomplished one. As Mahesh Bhatt says ‘It is only you who decide about the size of success in your life. Daring to dream and then overcoming the blocks that exist in the brain is all about what it takes to reach where one wants.’

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