Friday, March 28, 2014

ChotuPainter presents "Kids Carnival – 2014"

Every Sat & Sun of April & May, It’s a fun time for Kids along with Parents @ Rangoli Metro Station.
ChotuPainter presents  "Kids Carnival – 2014"
  • Artist Camp [ Tattoo , Caricature , Pottery , Balloon Modeling ]

  • Games Camp [ Carnival Games ]

  • Shows Camp [ Magic Show , Puppet Show ]

  • Workshop  [ Craft Workshop ]

  • Talent Show [ Dance , Singing ]
Only on Saturday & Sunday
Time: 12 PM to 7 PM
Workshop Material will be provided

Batch Details of Chotu Painter Kids Carnival - 2014

Batch - 1
Age Group: 3 and above
Date: 29-Mar-2014 to 30-Mar-2014

Contact Person: Team Chotu Painter Contact No.: 07849048855
Email ID: Visit Us:

How To Tell A Story – A Storytelling Workshop by The Storywallahs.


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Launch of a Rare Album of Violin Legend Late Vidwan Sri.Mysore T.Chowdiah

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Bharathanatyam Concert in the Traditional Vazhuvoor Bani by Nrithya Pillai.


Community Drumjam – 10


Green Bazaar: March 2014

From being the object of worship and the subject of countless traditional stories to being a resource we acknowledge only when the tap runs dry, our relationship with water has many sharp constrasts.

That we are fast running out of water is a reality today - Bangalore needs 1.3 billion litres of water everyday and all sources, including Cauvery, borewells and others, fall short by atleast 30%. We sent out 1.1 billion litres of sewage out of the city everyday, polluting every part of our urban landscape even as our lakes and tanks have disappeared and long given way to stadiums and sports complexes.

The March edition of The Green Bazaar celebrates waterlife - our city's rich tradition of lakes and tanks, the rivers that runs through it and the Cauvery that nourishes it - just as much as urging people to save the precious resource - catch every drop of it.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

48th Year Ramanavami Celebrations:Vyalikaval Extension Association

Vyalikaval Extension Association, 9th Main, (Sri Rama Temple), Vyalikaval, Bengaluru.
48th Year Ramanavami Celebrations,

From 31.03.2014 to 15.04.2014. Daily Evening 6.45 pm -9.15 pm

31.03.14 Mon. Vocal : Vid. Akshta Rudrapatna. S & Party.
01.04.14 Tue. Vocal : Vid. Rama.P & party.
02.04.14 Wed. Vocal : Vid. Kasturi Rangan & Party.
03.04.14 Thur. Vocal : Vid. Kunnakudi Balamurali Krishana. M & Party.
04.04.14 Fri. Vocal:Vid. Vijayalakshmi & Vid. Chitra : Mambalam Sisters) & Party.
05.04.14 Sat. Vocal: Vid. Sriram Gangadharan & Party.
06.04.14 Sun. Vocal: Vid. Saketaraman. S & Party.
07.04.14 Mon. Vocal : Vid. Pallavi Prasanna Madhyastha & Party.
08.04.14 Tue. Humour talk By Prof. Lakshmi Narayana Bhatta.H.S & Y.Gundurao.
09.04.14 Wed.Vocal:Vid. Krishnaprasad & Party.
10.04.14 Thur. Vocal:Vid. Aishwarya Vidhya Raghunath & Party.
11.04.14 Fri. Vocal: Vid. Pattabhi Ram Pandit & Party.
12.04.14 Sat. Veena, Venu, Violin, Trio. Veena : Vid. Revati Sadasivam Venu & Party.
13.04.14 Sun. Vocal : Vid. Shankar. S & Party.
14.04.14 Mon. Vocal : Vid. Roopa & Vid. Deepa (Kasaravalli Sisters) & Party.
15.04.14 Tue. Sugam Sangeeth by Playback singer Vid. Divya Raghavan & Parry.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Naada Gurubhyonamaha a tribute to Sangeetha Kalanidhi Dr. R.K. Srikantan



Raaga Sourav Charity Gala Night.


Unvieling of the 2nd Edition of T.M. Krishna’s ‘A Southern Music: The Karnatik Story’

The second edition of T.M. Krishna’s ‘A Southern Music: The Karnatik Story’ will by unveiled by Shri Girish Karnad

March 26th, Chowdiah Hall, Bengaluru – 6:45pm

Everyone is welcome. Please share with family and friends

Programme details
Shri Girish Karnad unveils the book & addresses the gathering
Excerpts from the book read by Shri Gopalkrishna Gandhi
Vocal Recital by Vidvan T.M. Krishna accompanied by Shri H.K. Venkatram & Shri K. Arun Prakash

The author will sign copies of the book after the program concludes.


Tell-A-Thon : Come Listen Enjoy: 10 story tellers will spin tales

Friday, March 14, 2014

Chaakyarkoothu by Margi Madhu

Holi @ The Zuri

Summer Courses @ Kavade

Ananya Nrithyollasa 18 – SHAKTHI a Thematic Presentation.

Classical Roots of Indian Popular Music


How often have you found yourself humming a favourite music tune? It could be a movie song you’d heard when you were younger or one you just heard on the radio – and now it plays continuously in your head. Did you know many of these haunting melodies (what we think of as filmi gana or music) has its roots in classical music? A common misconception is that to appreciate classical music it takes years of listening and cultivation – worse yet that it’s not for everyone. The reality is all of us already listen to classical music and often appreciate it – without even knowing that’s what we are doing.

Chitra Srikrishna, carnatic musician and writer, brings you an evening of great music and music appreciation with her presentation “The Classical Roots of Indian Popular Music.” The presentation uses popular music to trace our life stages from childhood, through teen and adulthood, parenting and growing old and the emotions we encounter. The underlying classical melody, for each mood and its accompanying popular song will be performed and explained. By weaving a continual thread of changing moods, Chitra will take you on a musical journey that educates as much as it entertains through classical melodies in different languages and genres.

Chitra Srikrishna and Shoba Narayan together they hope to leave you with a better appreciation for the classical roots of popular music and enhance your appreciation of music as a whole.

Summer Express 2014 – Workshops at Ranga Shankara.


Vocal Recital by Pavan Rangachar

Vocal Recital by Sri Pavan Rangachar
accompanied by
Vid. Vittal Rangan on Violin,
Vid. T.A.S Man on Mridanga
Vid. T.N.Ramesh on Ghata

Sunday, 16th March 2014

Ananya Sabhangana,
91/2, 4th Main
Between 11th And 13th Cross,
W Park Rd,
Bangalore 560003

Holi@ Forum Value Mall

the mall plans to spread joy and colour through a very exciting “Holi-Guns Flea Street”. The mall exterior will be lined with colourful tents for two straight days, on the 15th and 16th of March. The flea street will be theme based, sure to bring out the bright and playful side in everyone.

Holi, being the festival of colours is widely celebrated and usually comprises of a variety of fun activities, keeping this in mind, the market will be split into four zones, each catering to something “Holi Specific”.

One zone will cater to all Holi related products, such as Pichkari’s and water balloons that the child in you will not be able to resist. The area will also be littered with stalls selling colourful powders and bangles. Moreover, this zone will also include an ethnic stall that will be selling colourful dupattas as well as traditional and brightly patterned colourful chappals.

The second zone will comprise a choice of enjoyable workshops. Get your hands delightfully decorated at the mehendi stall or sign up for some unadulterated fun at the pottery stall, set up only to make your day more memorable.

There’s something for everyone at Forum Value Mall this weekend, there is a zone dedicated to stalls exclusive to bags, jewelry, furnishings, artifacts, portraits and T-shirts. These stalls will also be given a resplendent look in light of the festival heightening your joyous mood.

Any festival isn't complete without food, to satiate your appetite a zone is exclusively dedicated to mouthwatering delights from Rajdhani. Start at the finger licking chaat counter and make your way to the delicious samosa and kachori stalls. Indulge in the Holi drink Thandai or the infamous Masala Chai and wind up the festivities with some sweet treats such as hot jalebis and delectably dripping Mal Pua’s.

Furthermore, get your groove on with the Zumba and Bollywood dance sessions that will be held inside the atrium and conducted by Zealers Dance Studio, the sessions will be held twice between, 10 am-12:30 pm and 5 pm-7 pm. Forum Value Mall is certain to put the ‘fest’ into festival this weekend.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Summer Fun @ Hippocampus

Bangalore Holi Festival 2014

, 2014 11:00 AM, Event duration:  6:00 hrs
  • Manpho Convention Centre
  • No 90/1, Veerannapalya, Nagawara Ring Rd, Opp BEL Corp. Office, Bangalore

Events at Kaikondrahalli Lake

Kaikondrahalli Lake spread over 48 acres, 23 guntas on Sarjapur Road, is a bio-diverse ecosystem. Lake works are funded by BBMP, managed by MAPSAS trust and supported by the surrounding communities.

Will have two events, approved by the Lake Monitoring Committee, at the lake on Saturday 15th March at 4.30pm.

1)Anitha Supreeth and Priya Mani will conduct a story session followed by a small game for kids 3 to 10 years old. This will be held at the amphitheatre.

2) Rashmi Hari and Parvathy Eshwaran will lead a Nature Photography Tour starting at the gate opposite Kusum Delux Hotel. Kids above the age of 10 will have to come with their own cameras and they will be led around the lake to shoot pictures. Each kid will choose their best click and caption it. The pictures along with their caption will be uploaded onto this Facebook page.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Friday, March 7, 2014

Sanjay Subrahmanyan performs at National Gallery of Modern Art.


“Nayika” – Celebrating women through dance


Natarajotsava – 2014


Tale Trial – International Women's Day Special

Flea 080 - Women's Day Flea Market on 7 & 8 March 2014 at Phoenix Marketcity, Mahadevapura

Women's Day Celebrations from 7 to 9 March 2014 at Inorbit Mall, Whitefield

March 06, 2014, Bangalore: International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8th every year as a general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women, to a celebration for women's economic, political and social achievements. Inorbit Mall, Whitefield, Bangalore would also like to reach out to women in Bangalore and celebrate with a range of activities dedicated to them over the whole weekend.
Every woman walking in to Inorbit Mall Whitefield will be greeted by pink roses, chocolates and a greeting card, before they check out the line-up of activities organized especially for them.
Stop by the message wall for dedications – where you can see what someone feels for you or to express your feelings for the special women in your life.

March 8th
Hula hoops anyone? Watch our hula hoop artist take everyone for a spin as she whirls up a storm with her moves.
Later, immerse yourself in the mesmerising performance lined up by the Bangalore based Piah Dance Company. Founded by the talented bharatanatyam and contemporary dancer Priya Varunesh Kumar, they will start off with Womb to Woman – a mystifying piece depicting the strength of a woman, her grace and poise, from birth to adulthood. This will be followed by a selection of salsa, acrobatics, hip hop and bhangra set to Bollywood music; and later a blend of Indian contemporary with kathak and lavni. An energetic kalaripayuttu performance will lead a showcase of rural festivals in India using khanjiras (a single faced frame drum). A lively garba will end the day’s performances.

March 9th
Vocal percussion, singing, imitation of turntablism are all the sounds set to come out of our local beat box artist’s mouth as he entertains with his human drum machine act.

Ever felt the need to get up from behind your desk and really move? Zumba offers the perfect incentive to get you moving. Zumba dance workshops are often called ‘fitness-parties’ which blend upbeat world rhythms with easy-to-follow choreography, for a total-body workout. A global lifestyle brand, Zumba Fitness fuses fitness, entertainment and culture into an exhilarating dance-fitness sensation. Join in and initiate yourself into Zumba at this free workshop.

On both days, one can also try out nail art, tattoos, hair braiding and intricate mehendi designs – all free for the ladies. Select stores will also be offering women shoppers’ special offers on fashion, accessories and cosmetics. On a serious note a breast cancer awareness camp and free family health check-ups are also available to make this Women’s Day a more holistic experience.

So, head to Inorbit Mall to celebrate this Women’s day with your loved ones.
Inorbit Mall is hosting special activities filled with great music, fun and entertainment as a part of Inorbit Season Special, an initiative by the mall to celebrate special occasions like Women’s Day, Summer Festivals, Religious Festivals, etc through musical performances, dance, workshops, games, plays, etc.

Date : March 8-9, 2014
Time : 4 pm onwards
Venue : LG Floor Atrium, Inorbit Mall, EPIP Area, Whitefield
For further details regarding the shows, please contact: Inorbit Mall on 080 67280000.

Women’s Day Tribute at the Forum Value Mall

This Women’s Day, Forum Value Mall, Whitefield goes all out in making the day an extra special one for all the wonderful women out there with the perfect line up of events commemorating the better half.

Go home with some unique buys from the ‘Women’s Flea Street’, a platform where women entrepreneurs will be given a chance to display their talents in their very own flea market that starts from 12:00 PM and is slated to go on till 9:00 PM.

The flea market will see enterprising entrepreneur Dharani displaying hand twisted jewellery and exclusive ghungroo glass beads; the creative and eco conscious entrepreneur Aruna showcasing handcrafted photo frames, wall hangings and other ceramic work made from upcycled materials such as newspapers, plastic bottles and cardboard cartons.

Simultaneously, there will be two zones dedicated towards the entertainment and pampering of the fairer sex that will let them indulge in free Spa treatments hosted by an expert from “The Royal Spa” and spend an evening being marveled by the extraordinary juggling & cookery workshop from “Keys Hotel”.

Activities in the evening start with the felicitation of all the women entrepreneurs participating in the flea market on that day, at 4 pm. This will be followed by exciting fashion flash mob performed by Couture Curves, a sophisticated and young women’s brand, who will also be showing their designs at the flea market.
The evening will be brought to a close with mesmerizing performances by women solo artists.
Forum Value Mall promises to make this Women’s Day, a day that will be remembered for a long time.

Timings: 12 pm to 9 pm
For enquires call: 080 25043800
Venue: Forum Value Mall, Whitefield

Thursday, March 6, 2014

23rd Sri Ramanavami Music and Dance Programme

Sri Vani Kala Kendra
23rd Sri Ramanavami Music and Dance Programme
Date: 31-03-2014 to 30-04-2014, Everyday 6.30 pm
Venue: Sree Vani Kala Kendra, C.A.Site No.1, 4th B Main Road, 3rd Stage,
Basaveshwara Nagar, Bengaluru – 79

31.03.3014, Monday
Vid.T M Krishna (Vocal), Vid. H K Venkataram
(Violin), Vìd. Arjun Kumar (Mridanga)

01.04.2014, Tuesday
Vìd. Kumaresh (Violin), Vidushi Jayanthì
Kumaresh (Veena) Vìd. Jayachandra Rao KU.
(Mridanga), Vid. GuruprasannaG (Khanjari)

Vidushi Aishwarya Vidhya Raghunath
(Vocal),Vidushi Aditi Krishnaprakash
(Violin) , Vid. Manjunath BC (Mridanga),
Vid. RenukaprasadA (Mridanga), Vid. Swamy

Vid. Maruthi Prasad S R (vocal), Vid. T S Krishnamurthy (violin), Vid. Renukaprasad (mridanga), Vid. ASN Swamy (khanjira)

Vidushi Sheela MS (Vocal), Vid. Mathur R Srinidhi
(Violin) Vid. CheluvarajuC (Mridanga), Vidushi Sukanya Ramagopal (ghata)

(a)Kumari . Samudyatha MD (Vocal), Vid. Vibhudendra Simha (violin)
Vid.Nagendra Prasad SP (Mridanga),
(b)Vid.Sriram Sastry MR (Vocal), Vid.Vishwajitu
MV (Violin) Vid.Sachin Prakash (Mridanga), Vid. Amruth Kumar N (Morsingz0
(c) Vid.Sai Tejas Chandrashekar (Harmonia),
Vid.Kaushik.V (Violín) Vid. Raghu Bhagavat BR
(Mridanga), Vid. Amruth Kumar N (Morsing)

( a)Vidushi Pavani Kashinath (Vocal),
Vid.Sushrutha Bharadwaj M (Violin), vid. Akshay Anand (mridanga), Vid. Raghunandan B S (Ghata)
(b)Vid.Karthik M A (Vocal), Vid.Tharun R (Violin),
Vid. Sunil Subramanya (Mridangam), Vid.Sunad A D (Khanjari)
(c)lnstrumental ensemble by the students of
Sri Vani : Chi. Nanda kishore Chi. Sìndhu
Putturaya Chi. Surabhì Gopal Chi. Gautham Hebbar
Chi. SameerJ Sharma Chi. Dattatreya
Chi. Janarshan S Chi. Raj gopal T L Chi. Somshekar
Jois Chi. Aarudha Chi. Shashank Rangaraju

07/04/2014, Monday
Vidushí Dr. Suma Sudhìrldra (Veena), Vidushì
Nalina Mohan V (Violin) Vid. Ananthakrishna
Sharma Anoor (Mridangam), Vid. Narayanamunhy
S N (Ghatam)

8th Apri12014. ‘Tuesday
vidushi shilpa shashidhar (vocal), vid. Raghuram
H V (Violin), Vld. Adamya R (Mridangam),
Vid.Sunad A D (Khanjari)

9th April 2014,Wednesday
Pandit Vinayak Torvi (Hindustani Vocal),
Vid.Ravindra Katoti (Harmonium)
Vid.Ravindra Yavagal (Tabla)

10th April 2014, Thursday
( a )Talavadya Program by Laya Lavanya Group.
Directed by Aanur Ananthakrishna
Sharma, Vinod Shyam, Subramanya Shastry
Aniruddha R Nadìg Aanur Vinod
Shyam Sunaad A D Tirumale Gopi
Shravan Sudhattha Nagendra Prasad
(b ) Devotional and Nature related Songs in
film music by Kum Chetana, Kum Kavya
Kum Ritisha Padmanab, Chi Ashwin Sharma, Vid
Bharath B J ,Chi Chidananda, Srinivas B V

11th Apri12014, Friday
(a)Kum .Athreye Krishna (Karkala),Vìd. Vishwajìtu
M V, Vid. Prashanth B S, Vid. Karthik R
(b)Vìd.Sarfaraaz Khan, Vid.Mihir Kallianpur,
Arpitha Hegde and Neharìka Bhat
Directed by Sri G S Nagesh and Smt. Srirangitha
Nagesh Bharathanatyam group
dance by Sri Natyabharathì Trust

12th April 2014, Saturday
(a)Chi.Amble Heramba and Amble Hemanth
(Madikeri), Vid. Lakshmi Narayana Sharma, Vid. Adamya R, Vid. Shravan,
(b) Chi. Rajat Rajesh Kulkarni, Vid. Gajanana Kulkarni, Chi. Chirag Kanitkar
(c) Kum. Inchara S Adhikashreni
(d) Bharathanatya Group Dance and Ramakrishna Bajanavali Dance Ballet by Lasyavardhana performing arts directed by vid. Malini Ravishankar

13th April 2014
(a) Chi. M L Acchyutha, Vid. Aniruddha Bharadwaj, Kum. Deepika Srinivasan, Vid. Chidananda
(b)Kum. Siri S P, Vid. Pradyumna, Chi Madhusudhan Bhat
(c) Chi. Dheemantha (Vyakhana), Kum. Chinmayie M G (vachana)
(d) Bharatanatyam and Kathak by students of Vidushi. Shubha Dhananjay Mudra Dhananjay and group

14th April 2014, Monday
Vid. Dr. Mysore Manjunath, Pandit
Brij Narayan (Sarod), Vid. Arjun Kumar , Pt. Anindo Chatterji
15th April 2014,Tuesday
Vid. Ramakrishnan Murthy, Vidushi Charulatha
Ramanujam, Vid.Sudhindra H S, Vid.Gururaj M

16th April 2014, Wednesday
Vidushi Vani Sateesh, Vid. Sateesh Mysore,
Vid. Prashanth B S, Vid.Sri Shaylan S

17th April 2014, Thursday
Vid. S. Shankar, vid. chandrashekhar C N,
Vid_Akshay Anand, VÍd.Karthik R

18th April 2014, Friday
vidushi Panthula Rama, Vid. MSN Murthy,
Vìd. J. vaidyanathan, Vid.Vyasavittala CP

19th April 2014, Saturday
(a) Vid.Vivek Sadashivam , Vid.Venkatesh Joshier G
Vid. Anir’udha Bhat S, Vid. Raghunandan BS
(b)Vidushi Amrita Rao, Neetha Beleyoor,
Vldushi Vijetha M Hegde

20th April 2014, Sunday
School Students (Music & Dance)
by students of Sri Vani Vidya Kendra
Music: Directed by Vid. M.S.Vidya, 6 to 7.30 pm
Vid. N.N.Ganesh Kumar : Violin
Vld. B.K.Chandram0uli : Mridangam

21st April 2014, Monday
Nama Sankeerthanam by Sankeerthana
choodamani, Brahmashri O.S.Sundar and party

22nd April 2014, Tuesday
Vid. Rajkamal N (Flute), Vid-Ganesh Prasad B. U.
(Violn), vid. RaviShankar B Tumkur (Mridanga)
Vid. Rajashekhar B (Morsing)

23rd April 2014, Wednesday
Vidushi Sangeeta Katti Kulkarni (Hindustani Vocal). Vìd.Umakant Puranik (Harmonium), Pt. Udayaraj Karpur (Tabla)

24th April 2014, Thursday
(a) Physical Display Directed by Sri H R Manjunath,
(b)Mohini Bhasmasura Yakshagana

25th April 2014, Friday .
Vid. Rafique Khan (Sitar), Vid. Fiaz Khan Sarangi,
Vid. Vishwanath Nakod (Tabla),
Vid. Rajendra Naked (Tabla)

26th April 2014, Saturday
(a )Vidushi Anupama Sreemali (Vocal),
Vid.Madhumurali Mattur (Violin)
Vidushi Ranjani Siddanthi Venkatesh
(Mńdangam), Vid. Omkar Rao G (Ghatam)
(b)Vid. Sundarnath Sitar(Hindustani
Instrumental), Vid,Santosh R Hegde (Tabla)

27th April 2014, Sunday
Padmabhushan Sangeeta Kalanidhi Srikantan RK
(Vocal). Vidwan M.Chandrashekaran (Violin)
Padmavibhushan Awardee Sangeetha Kalanidhi,
Mrudangam Legend, Felíow,
Sangeet Natak, Acadamy, New Delhi
Dr.Umayalpuram K Sivaraman (Mridangam)
Vid. Gumprasanna G (Khanjarí)

28th April 2014, Monday
(a)Kum . Tushara R (Bharathanatyam)
(b)Seetha Parinaya by Sri Idagunji Mahaganapati
Yakshagana Mandali, Keremane.
Direction – Keremane Shivananda Hegde

29th April 2014, Tuesday
Vid. Puttur Narsl’mha Nayak (Daasavani)

30th April 2014, Wednesday
“NRITYAMILANA” Jugalbandhi of
Bharathanatya and Kuchipudi by Anuradha
Vikranth, Shama Krishna, Bharathanatyam by
Drishti dance ensemble by disciples 0f
Smt. Anuradha Vikranth

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Sai Nrityotsav – 58.

Bengaluru Farmer's Market by Karen Anand chef and food writer Karen Anand brings to Bangalore the first of its kind premium Farmers’ Market after ten successful Farmers’ Markets in Pune, Delhi and Mumbai that saw a variety of restaurants, world-class natural products and dozens of avid home bakers and amateur chefs, wineries and 30,000+ visitors to date.

Karen Anand and her team will bring the unique experience to Bangalore on Sunday, March 2nd in the Lush Lawns of The Hotel Royal Orchid (1 Golf Avenue, Adjoining KGS Golf Course, Airport Road) from 11 to 7 pm.

The Bangalore Farmers’ Market (BFM) will bring together exhibitors selling an array of products from organic fresh produce, cheese, meats, sauces, preserves along with a curated and specially selected set of wineries, bars, bakers and restaurants.

The Weber Picnic BBQ will encourage you to select your own vegetables, meat with marinades and grill their own BBQ feasts while your kids will be looked after in our kid's cookery workshop area. In addition to restaurants from The Royal Orchid, you can also sample gourmet ice creams from Amadora, Chennai, farm to table tapas from Brick lane Grill & Coorg specialties and passion fruit from the girls at Pig Out amongst others.

BFM is the perfect opportunity to spend a Sunday, leisurely enjoying a picnic, walking around the gorgeous lawns eating, drinking, learning and meeting other food & drink enthusiasts. Most importantly you can shop from 40 exhibitors selling everything from plants and kitchenware, meats & cheeses, new gourmet products, vegetables and fruit vendors and some of the city’s best bakers and dessert makers selling their freshly baked breads, cakes, muffins, cupcakes, macaroons and other goodies. It is the perfect opportunity to familiarize your self with a market that represents sustainability, quality food, drink and lifestyle while entertained by a live band all afternoon.

After years of pioneering effort in the gourmet and health space, the concept of the ‘Farmers Market’ was but a natural progression for Karen Anand. It also seemed the perfect timing to do this in India with more public awareness towards sustainable sourcing and the socio economic benefits of buying local produce.

‘Sustainability’ and ‘farm to table’ is the focus of all our markets and I am especially excited about doing one in Bangalore since such concepts are intrinsic to the city of Bangalore and it’s rich culture.

We look forward to seeing you at the BFM on Sunday March 2nd between 11am – 7 pm at The Royal Orchid.

Sunday Soul Santhe: March 2014