Since the first two weeks of February were amazingly happening, we decided to give you your to-do list for the next couple of weeks too! Look at all that’s happening in this amazing city:

Hyderabadi Food Festival

Indyaki at Radisson Blu is hosting a Hyderabadi Food Festival, where you can sample the likes of Pathar ke Gosht, Achari Murgh Tikka, Machi Tamater Ka Salan, Ambada Gosht, Zimikand Channadal Ki Shammi, Hare Masale Ka Paneer and Paneer Tikka Zardaloo, to name a few.

If you’re a fan of traditional Hyderabadi cuisine, we’d suggest this.

When: 12 – 22 February

Where: Indyaki, Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar, New Delhi

Contact: 011 4639999

Delhi Youth Festival

DYF 12 Fabulous Festivals & Fairs to Attend in February: Part IIThe Delhi Government is going to hold a fabulous youth festival in CP, held in collaboration with Sindhi Academy, Sahitya Kala Parishad, and NDMC. You can look forward to some great recitals, traditional dances {Manipuri, Odissi, Chau and more}, as well as laser shows, and exhibitions from art institutions in Delhi.

When: 19 February

Where: Central Park, Rajiv Chowk

Follow their Facebook page here.

Garden Tourism Festival 

The 29th Garden Tourism Festival is here, and the theme this year is Garden for Environment and Health. You can check out the flower show, the theme gardens, a variety of potted plants, foliage, medicinal and herbal plants, hanging baskets/bonsai/cacti and cut flowers/vegetables and more. They will also be selling flowers and garden accessories.

You can take your kids along for the soft adventure park {even we’re pretty curious about that one}.

When: 19 – 21 February

Where: Garden of Five Senses, Said ul Ajaib, Mehrauli Badarpur Road

Check out their website here.

NASVI Street Food Festival

nasvi 12 Fabulous Festivals & Fairs to Attend in February: Part IIImage courtesy: Nasvinet

While we hear that this festival is usually a little slip-shod and often leaves customers disappointed, we decided to keep this one on the list because of the plethora of street food you find here from across the country, and at super budgeted prices too. We hear that there will also be musical performances.

When: 19 – 21 February

Where: Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Gate 7, Rajiv Chowk

Follow their Facebook page here.

Kids Culinaire

Putting their best food forward, Kids Culinaire promises every parent a fun-filled afternoon of food, fun, games, cooking sessions and more. For those concerned about their children’s diets, Kids Culinaire brings you a fun way to get children to interact with food and learn how to make healthy choices.

Trying to have fun with food like Popeye does with spinach, the festival also tries to raise awareness about lifestyle diseases, food allergies, proper hygiene, etc.

You can look forward to demos by celebrity guests, cooking contests, food tours, ‘grow your kitchen garden’ and more, just for kids and kicks.

When: 20 – 21 February

Where: PSOI Club, Nehru Park

Check out their website here. Follow their Facebook page.

Old World Collegiate Theatre Festival

Old-World-Theatre 12 Fabulous Festivals & Fairs to Attend in February: Part IIHabitat World is promising us a bunch of college dramatics societies putting up their annual productions, including Veronica’s Room, Run For Your Wife, Uncivilised Daughters and a lot more. See the full schedule here. 

When: 20 – 27 February

Where: Amphitheatre, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road

Check out their website here. Follow their Facebook page here.

The Delhi Walk Festival

Exploring our beloved city on foot just got a hell of a lot better with I Love You Delhi’s awesome festival. Over 80 different walks by over 30 walk organisations will come together, combining food, heritage, environment, architecture, design and more. You will find the likes of Sohail Hashmi, Manoj Misra, INTACH, Swechha, Salaam Balak Trust and more giving you their two bits on Delhi.

Get ready to experience old Delhi, Lodhi Estate, and the Qutub Complex like never before.

When: 22 – 28 February

Where: Old Delhi, Qutub Complex, Lodhi Estate

Check out their website here. Follow their Facebook page here.


When Delhi is having its fill of festivals, why should Gurgaon be left behind? Ombre A-Fair is mingling art, dance, workshops and shopping at Cyber Hub. You can find a number of artists showcasing their merch, and you’ll have a wonderful time at this carnival full of apparel, fashion accessories, footwear, stationery, home decor and more.

Do stick around for the music, live artists, dances and plays.

When: 26 – 28 February

Where: CyberHub, DLF Cyber City, Phase 2

Check out their website here.

Dessert Bazaar

georgia_dakota-56-copy 12 Fabulous Festivals & Fairs to Attend in February: Part IIBigger, better and sweeter than ever, our own Dessert Bazaar’s Edition 3 is going to be held on a sunny afternoon at One Golden Mile {we do love the outdoors so!}. With a line-up of at least 25 vendors, including Georgia Dakota, Sugarama, Bombaykery, Whipped, Azote, Anandini Himalaya Tea and more, you definitely don’t want to miss this.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there; don’t forget to come say hi to us!

When: 27 February

Where: One Golden Mile, Shaheed Sudhir Tyagi Marg, Off Africa Avenue, Chanakyapuri

Learn everything about this most fabulous of festivals here. 

Windmill Design Festival 

If you’re still design-hungover after looking at the stunning displays at India Design ID, we have something for you. The Windmill Design Festival is an important event on Delhi’s design calendar; it started as a community event and now sees a lot of participation from across the country.

Windmill Furniture, Pradeep Sachdeva Design Associates {PSDA} and many more will come together to discuss design-centric practices. This year we’re also looking forward to Cevvanti, Clay Aunty, Dharmendra Kumar Yogi, Jan Madhyam, Kurma, Leekhin, Mario D’souza, Muddy Waters, Objectry, Organic Connect, Paul Matter, Potli and more coming together.

When: 27 – 28 February

Where: Windmill Interiors, 1 Windmill Place, Phase V, Aya Nagar, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road

Follow their Facebook page here.

She Festival

SHE-FEST 12 Fabulous Festivals & Fairs to Attend in February: Part IIImage courtesy: Whatshot

DLF is organising a festival that celebrates one of the most important units of day-to-day life—the woman! This is the third edition and promises to be bigger, better, braver and more glamorous than ever with eclectic products and designs by women entrepreneurs, self-defence workshops, vibrant dance and music performances by talented women performers, and more. The celebration will also bring up issues of discrimination, safety and education.

Look out for a lot of shopping too! The festival will support and showcase the works of NGO Shiksha Bharti and SHE: Women Warriors.

When: 27 – 28 February

Where: DLF Emporio and DLF Promenade, Vasant Kunj

Follow their Facebook page here.

Maggi Festival #MaggiTujheSalaam

Being hailed as India’s first Maggi festival, we’re expecting a lot more this year from GoBuzzinga’s tribute. After the underwhelming efforts at last years’ momo festival, we’re actually looking forward to the promised Maggi Samosa, Maggi Momo, Vodka Maggi, Maggi Pizza, Keema Maggi, Makhani Maggi, Chilli Cheese Maggi, Butter Fry Maggi and more, with some reservations and a lot of hope.

We also hear that they have some yum desserts and beverages picked out that are to be paired with our favourite snack. Supported by Delhi Food Walks, we’re keeping our fingers crossed for this one.

When: 28 February

Where: PSOI Club, Nehru Park

Follow their Facebook page here.

Featured image courtesy: Hyderabadi food festival


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