Get your face painted

Body painting and face painting are being practiced in Indian culture since ancient times. Face painting is a ritual in Indian villages in their religious festivities, dance and drama. Face painting is very much a part of Indian folk culture and tribal art even today. People are often seen getting their faces painted in different styles during temple festivals and religious events in India. Face painting is also an intrinsic part of the rich dance and drama culture of Indian life.

Learn to make Indian Rotis

Roti also known as Chapati or Fulka, is Indian flat bread made with whole wheat flour. In North India, roti is part of the main meal. Roti is served with a variety of cooked vegetables, lentils, and yogurt.

Kitchen Garden

Kitchen garden: serves as the central feature of an ornamental, all-season landscape.
It is a source of herbs, vegetables and fruits, also a structured garden space with a design based on repetitive geometric patterns. A kitchen garden can be created by planting different herbs in pots or containers, with the added benefit of mobility.
Traditional kitchen garden: is a space separate from the rest of the residential garden (ornamental plants and lawn areas).

Make your own spices

Make your own spices. Come and learn art of making Indian spices

Experience water pot race

Come and experience, how water is transported from wells to homes


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Ananda Mela is the largest festival in the Northwest showcasing the diversity of incredible India. It is a FREE outdoor festival held at the Redmond City Hall campus, drawing around 20,000 attendees over a glorious summer weekend.