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6 Amazing Things to Do This Week
1. Exuding traditional flair
Dressing with elegance and confidence is essential, but it can be challenging to put this priority ahead of one’s own comfort. So, Pallavi Puri, the lone Indian designer presenting at the Atelier spring summer edit, is known for her avant-garde flair in the areas of cut, color, workmanship, and customization. Pallavi gives conventional fabrics and patterns her signature quirky and cozy twist.
Eventually, the date has been set for February 8th, and the venue is Taj JLT. For additional details, please contact [email protected] or phone 050 370 8683.
2. Hope and Healing
Join Sister Jayanti Kirpalani, an Emissary of Peace and international spiritual speaker who has led meditation sessions at major global events such as the UNFCCC’s Conference of the Parties and the World Economic Forum, to deepen your understanding of sustainability in this, the Year of Sustainability. However, India’s Ambassador to the UAE, H.E. Sunjay Sudhir, will deliver the keynote address.
On Thursday, February 4, beginning at 7 p.m., the function will be held in the Al Jaddaf Auditorium of the Dubai Police Officers Club. Visit eventbrite.com to sign up for the gathering.
3. A dramatic affair
Explore a new culture in all its exotic glory this February as a Bengali theatre troupe visits Dubai. They will soon be presenting Ganashatru, a stage version of Satyajit Ray’s film version of Henrik Ibsen’s Enemy of the People.
On February 11-12, 2023, you may see the play at the Dubai College Auditorium (one show each day).
In 2020, at the short n Sweet Theatre Festival in Dubai, they received four accolades, including the Best Play award for their play Khuda Hafeez. Therefore, the collective is well-known in the city for the various productions they have staged there.
4. Wearing art
Jewels are the perfect finishing touch for any ensemble. Numaish is a treasure trove of precious gems and pearls, rubies, sapphires, corals, and more. Visit their newest show, ART KARAT, to see a dazzling array of jewelry and accessories. So, the collection, entitled “TEMPLE,” features over a thousand patterns inspired by India’s historic temples.
The events will take place on February 3 and 4, Friday and Saturday. Adding on, the event runs from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Taj Hotel in Business Bay. The majority of the pieces range in price from Dh500 to Dh10,000, making them accessible to collectors of both jewelry and fine art. Simply go on over to doarshestore.com to learn more.
5. Taste of Dubai
No one in Dubai ever seems to have enough to eat. The culinary world is always evolving, thanks to the introduction of novel cuisines, cooking techniques, and chefs. At the Taste of Dubai pop-up event in February, you may sample meals created by some of the top chefs in the region. From February 3rd to 5th, it will be held. However, the Dubai Media City Amphitheatre will host the event. Prices start at Dh55 for tickets. Visit tasteofdubaifestival.com for more details.
6. Keeping an eye out
You can never have too many pairs of glasses. In particular if they are an integral part of your everyday routine. Titan Eye +, the most popular brand of eyeglasses in India, has launched its first store outside of India, in Burjuman. Titan Eye+ provides an unrivalled selection of premium eyewear, contact lenses, accessories, and sunglasses. Thus, the eyecare retail experience is comprehensive because of the combination of strong tech and style focus in the product mix with empathy-driven in-store services. In addition, they have a “Zero Error Eye Test” that claims to be 100 percent accurate and was developed through a technology relationship with the prestigious Sankara Nethralaya Eye Hospital in India.