Ghungroo – The Sounds of Yore: Delhi’s First Dinner Theatre

Delhi, the capital of India, is a unique city with rich heritage and culture. Also known as the heart of India, it is home to people from all over the country and therefore, the culture of all the states of India can been seen here.

Recently, I got an invitation by Rudra Experiences Pvt Ltd to attend Delhi’s first Dinner Theatre – ‘Ghungroo – The Sounds of Yore’.

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The artists, through their dance performances, narrated Delhi’s past glory and took the audience to the bygone days.
Starting from the first documented ruler of Delhi, Prithwi Raj Chauhan, tracing the journey of Bhakti Movement through Sufism, followed by stylised form of Kathak for the Mughal Courts, Tarana, ending in Bollywood, it showcases the history and spirit of Delhi, through dance, all in an hour’s time.

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It is so amazing that I personally believe everyone should attend it.

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A mesmerizing performance followed by a sumptuous dinner (an authentic Indian barbecue) will make your evening just perfect.

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The chefs used traditional recipes, researched over centuries, tested in the Royal Kitchens, slow cooked, delicately spiced, with subtle aromas and served the way it was meant to be: straight from fire.

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If you are a first time visitor to Delhi, especially if you are a foreigner, then I recommend you to attend this unique program. I am sure it will be a memorable experience for you.

You can find more about the event here.

Also, you can enjoy their performance here.

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