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For dramatically different presents, head to Bohoville at Hauz Khas Village. It’s the first of its kind retro mela and is on till October 10. HT Correspondent reports.delhi Updated: Oct 09, 2009 21:15 IST
The Diwali Mela at the Blind School — under the Oberoi flyover if you must know — is old hat. It’s where you get the best blue-glaze pottery that make great presents and Mahesh’s churan that’s truly scrumptious and is on till Thursday, October 15.
But for dramatically different presents, head to Bohoville at Hauz Khas Village. It’s the first of its kind retro mela and is on till October 10.
Aiming to please the free spirit in you, Bohoville is a riot of colours, texture and affordable give-aways this Diwali.
Three designers, Tanu Bagai, Pritha Somdutt and Cimmaron Singh, have brought together their creativity through clothes, bags, coasters, clocks, watches and cushion covers.
And for those living in Gurgaon, you don’t have to travel too far — the best mela is on till October 12 in Jat-land at the Epicentre and brings you cutting edge contemporary style from the best around India. Get cracking, we say!