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Get drenched this Holi in various bashes in and around Gurgaon
Over the last few years, Gurgaon has become a hot spot for Holi parties. From bhangra to yummy food, there is a Holi bash for everyone's tastes. While Gurgaon parties in style, Delhi is not far behind.

HOLI CELEBRATIONS used to last for days before the festival and a few days afterwards. Today, everybody wants to pack in as much as possible in a few hours and then be back at work the next day. Holi bashes are the name of the game and are ‘in’ thing. While many do not venture out in the streets to play Holi with their neighbours, and some also avoid chemical colours, there are many who love to be part of Holi bashes. Gurgaon and Delhi have some of the grandest pre-Holi bashes in which people go to enjoy the flavour of the festival of colours.


If you are yet to decide where to go for the pre-Holi bash then here are some places that are guaranteed to give the flavour of the festival. The Ion Club & Dining Lounge is organising a pre-Holi bash on 7 March. With Thandai and colour, the place would also be resonating with the traditional Bhangra numbers. Bollywood numbers that have topped the chartbusters and news songs that are making the rounds of social networking sites would also be the soul of the event. Everyone is invited to visit for a reasonable amount. Single males are charged Rs. 700 while it is two hundred and less for single females, while couples have to shell out Rs. 1300 to join the party.

If you are not upto the whole Bhangra music scene and want some quiet and peace then Attitude Alive in DLF Phase 4 is the perfect place for you. This Holi, they are hosting a variety of different ethnic music and folk style events on 7 March. Raghu Dixit would be the main musician of the evening and people are sure to have the entire evening dedicated to ethnic music. With just Rs. 600 to pay for entry and drinks, it will be an evening far different from the usual Holi bashes.

For all the foodies of Gurgaon, who are not that interested in the music part but certainly need some sumptuous food to enjoy the festival of colours then 21 Gun Salute in Sector 29 is just the place for you. The joint will be preparing special vegetarian and non-vegetarian menus for March 7 and March 8, which would be available from 12 noon to 11:30 pm. Cuisines from 5 princely states would be spread out for the customers. Everyone can choose from an array of assortments and interesting courses of food. Starting from Rangon ki Bahar that includes Rangon ki Pichkari Mocktail, Rangon ki Pichkari Cocktail, Rasiley Bhalle, Rasbhari, one would have veg and non-veg Holi Milan Platter for the main course. The main course also has another option for the non-vegetarians in the form of Lal Gulab Boti chicken/lamb vegetarian Rangilay Aloo/Paneer and Pulao. One is sure to feel satisfied after a heart meal and by place is sure choice if you housewives want to take rest and enjoy the day with their loved ones.

Delhi also has its own shares of Holi bashes. DJ Asheesh & DJ Sandy would be welcoming the youngsters in The Second Sin, MGF Metropolitan Mall,Saket. Not only good music but coloured drinks would also accompany the event. People who want to lose themselves in the spirit of the festival can join this party and let loose on 7 March.

What is going by the biggest Holi bash is to be organised on March 8 and Bally Sagoo is to perform for the same. Apart from the king of bhangra people would also be able to enjoy cocktails of various kinds from 10 am to 9 pm at presidential Gardens, Chattarpur. Since it is quite a high profile Holi bash, people need to book their tickets if they want to join bally Sagoo this Holi.


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