Here is a list of exciting things to do in Mumbai today

05 February,2023 09:45 AM IST |  Mumbai  |  Team SMD

Reimagining KOKUM, MUSTARD AND TURMERIC WHERE: Isvara, Khar; WHEN: Everyday, 8.30 AM to 11 PM; PRICE: Rs 1,000; CALL: 9137222751

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Compiled by Krisha Yadav, Aastha Atray Banan and Heena Khandelwal

The art of dance

A festival titled Pt Durgalal Festival aims at paying tribute to Pandit Durga Lal, a enowned Kathak dancer of the Jaipur Gharana. The evening will host a grand performance of Bharatanatyam by Meenakshi Srinivasan, whose strength lies in her ability to relate various disciplines of arts and Kathak by Gauri Diwakar, a recipient of the prestigious Ustad Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar.
WHEN: February 5, 5 PM
WHERE: Tata Theatre,
Nariman Point
PRICE: Rs 180 onwards

Reconnecting with nature

With an aim to get you and your kids off the couches, One with Nature is a whole day fest and flea offering a host of activities, including art and craft projects, interactive storytelling, and guided nature trails.
WHEN: February 5, 9.30 AM
WHERE: Nature Park, Sion
PRICE: Rs 150 onwards

Peppa Pig returns!

Kid*s favourite Peppa Pig is back with Season 2 of its musical! Expect life-size characters from the series break into a song and dance while touching upon important life lessons.
WHEN: February 5, 10 AM
WHERE: Bal Gandharva Rang Mandir, Bandra
PRICE: Rs 950 onwards

Meet a person with a skill you can use

Mrinalini Chandra, 34, Bridal kalire designer
AVAILABLE FOR: Making customised kalire
CHARGES: Rs 30,000 starting cost for 24k gold-plated kalire

If you are obsessed with the small details that add to a wedding, then Mrinalini Chandra can help. Her customised kalires are a hit with celebrities - even Priyanka Chopra wore them! "Creating a customised pair of kalire for us is embarking on a journey with each of our brides, exploring the elements most precious to her. Our role is to curate an artwork of motifs derived from those elements and put together, the only accessory with the potential to be customised in such detail. I feels this is the reason why it has caught on as such a major trend in weddings these days." One of her latest favourites were a pair of space invasion kalires, where the bride wanted unique elements of space and dinosaurs incorporated.

RECOMMENDED BY: Ashie Seehra says that she shed tears of joy when she saw her kalires. "They were little pieces of art, which came with personalised notes, a testament of how much she cares. It gave us memories for life."

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