A native of Andhra Pradesh, Kantakala Sarees has been in the weaving business since 1943, and they are organising an exhibition in the western suburbs. Extraordinary sarees have been handpicked from 50 weaving clusters across the country, including Kanjivaram, Banarasi, organza, Jamdani, and Kota.
WHERE: Novotel Alsace and Provence, Juhu
When: September 30 â October 1
Spread over various zones such as multipurpose studios, selfie points, a merchandise store, and even a cafe inspired by Hindi blockbusters and diverse artsy cultural elements from different Indian states like Rajasthan and Punjab, Bollywood Park is a theme park aiming to give you a paisa-vasool experience. There*s a three-hour Film City tour that will give you valuable insights into the history of cinema, and introduce you to production and post-production activities like sound engineering, folley work, chroma shoots, etc. that go behind the scenes of making a film.
Where: Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagari, Goregaon
When: September 25 to 30
PRICE: Rs 899
Online brands Bohemian Alley and Kioku Creations deal with handcrafted and upcycled art, stationery, and journalling supplies. They have come together to host an art and journaling party. From brushes to paints, not to forget the essential journaling supplies like glue, stickers, and scissors, everything will be provided to you at the venue. All you need to do is join in and connect to your inner mind. Charges include snacks and beverages.
Where: Doolally Taproom, Khar West
When: September 25, 11 AM to 1 PM
PRICE: Rs 1,199
To Register: 8796215100
A walk-in photo exhibition, Pandharpur Wari 2022 showcases a specially commissioned collection about one of the most ancient pilgrimages in the world that passes through Pune annually. The moments of the Wari, which is an age-old pilgrimage to Pandharpur, Maharashtra, to honour Lord Vithoba have been captured by acclaimed photographers such as National photography award winner Mahesh Lonkar, Padma Shri awardee Sudharak Olwe, youth photographer of the year 2021 awardee Purbarun Basu and photojournalists Shantanu Das and Saurabh Sharad Bhattikar.
Where: Piramal Art Gallery
When: September 26 to 30,
12 PM to 8 PM
Rachna Chhachhi, 53
Cancer nutrition therapist
Available for: One-on-one sessions
Charges: Rs 7,500 onwards
Rachna Chhachhi has been practising nutrition therapy since 2009, with a specialisation in cancer nutrition since 2011. A graduate from Oxford and Johns Hopkins University, Chhachhi was mentioned by actor Manisha Koirala*s in her book on cancer. Her process of treatment mainly involves making a plan for a person*s physical, emotional, mental and spiritual nutrition. "Cancer is a multidimensional disease, and a large part of my treatment focuses on what one consumes through the eating habits and thought processes. Physical nutrition gets addressed by diet plans, and the mindset is addressed by specific pranayama exercises and meditation techniques," she says.
RECOMMENDED BY: Deepali Theckedath, 48, colon and endometrial cancer survivor, says, "All my [health] struggles stopped with Rachna. Her diet plans, prescriptions, and mindfulness activities helped me through this difficult time to such an extent that it gave me the spirit to get through chemotherapy with ease."