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It's christmas! still not sure how you're celebrating? Here's a guide from Hindustan Times.

india Updated: Dec 24, 2010 23:01 IST
Hindustan Times

It's christmas! still not sure how you're celebrating? Here's a guide:

Savour regional Indian Christmas cuisine - Rajasthani laal maas, gatta curry, Kashmiri dum aloo, palak kofta, Indian breads and rice in the X-mas brunch for Rs 625 per person plus tax. Spice Market, 18/D-2, Ground Floor, Southern Park, District Centre, Saket. For details, call 9958453636

Gorge on tortilla soup, murg malai tikka, Greek salad and pizzas at the Amigo's Christmas Family Bash, for the price of Rs 1,500 per person. 3, Shopping Centre, Masjid Moth, GK-II. For details, call 29216220

Have a Christmas bash at The Forgetful Elephant terrace with open grills, a live band and surprise gifts. The buffet spread includes salads, soup, fish, barbeque and traditional desserts such as pudding and yule log.
Meal for two: Rs 1,000. For details, call 30631260-69

The X-mas carnival at Urban Cafe includes desserts such as Santa Apple Pie Ice Cream, Blueberry White Cheese Cake and Tiramisu. 70, Khan Market. Meal for two: Rs 1,000. For details, call: 43597127/ 9999918034

A bid for the world wonder
What would have been the fate of the Taj Mahal had Shahjahan lived in present times? That's the theme of this burlesque play. The emperor, in no mood to accept excuses for delays, sends the government's construction department into a tizzy. The engineers get down to business in sarkari manner. Will the project see the light of day? Find out in the production, directed by Anil Sharma: Shriram Centre, December 25 and 26. 6.30 pm. For details, call: 9313770131

Rediscover the lost Mughals
This weekend, chew on a bit of Indian history with a contemporary twist, in the play Sons of Babar. Directed by M Sayeed Alam, the production centres on a university student who wants to visit the grave of Bahadurshah Zafar in Rangoon. In his reveries, he meets the poet-king who takes him on a historical journey spanning continents and centuries. Thespian Tom Alter plays the imprisoned emperor. January 1, 7 pm, Shriram Centre. For details, call 9810255291

First Published: Dec 24, 2010 22:58 IST