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Tea and waffles at Kala Ghoda Cafe: Sip your mint tea or soya latte in this tiny art café and enjoy the sights of Mumbai’s art district.
Named after its address, 145 Kala Ghoda offers a modern twist to Indian dishes with western sensibilities. This noon to moon café offers two exciting menus : an all-new breakfast menu, and a healthy menu too accompanied by energetic music that ranges between today’s hits to throwback tunes!
The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is mainly in two parts1. At Kala Ghoda near Jehangir Art GalleryPeople interested in Handcrafted item i.e. jeweleries, shopping bags, door plates, dresses, eco-friendly toys and household items. painting can come here.2. At Cross Maidan near Churchgate Station MumbaiPeople interested in dance, music, culture, photography, arts can head over here.
There's more to Mumbai than traffic and skyscrapers. Proof is the Kala Ghoda, a truly unique festival where some of the best artist put their installations on display. You will find the quirkiest of people during this festival, and they will inspire you to create something extraordinary. "Out of the box" is still an understatement about Kala Ghoda, and if you plan to travel to Maharashtra, then there is no way you should miss attending this festival. Kala Ghoda starts on February 4 and goes on till February 12. This surely tops my list of favourite places to visit in India in February! The weather in Mumbai at this time is absolutely amazing, with the temperature ranging from 20.5 °C to 32 °C.How to reach: The best way to reach Mumbai is by taking a direct flight. You can also take a train till the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in the city. Mumbai is well connected to the rest of the country by road as well.An offbeat vacation to the heart of India; explore Orchha and Panna
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