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Don’t watch the weekend pass you by; instead fill your days with meaningful, enriching experiences that will stay with you. Here’s what you can do this weekend in Delhi:
Learn a new language
A three-month course at Max Mueller Bhavan, or Goethe-Institut, will have you speaking basic German pretty fluently. If you’re looking to give your CV an edge, we’d highly recommend enrolling for this 25-week course that costs about Rs 27,000.
Spend the day volunteering
There’s a whole host of organisations that are truly making a difference, and on the look-out for volunteers. From Delhi’s Blind School Association where you can sit and record audio books for the visually-impaired to Frendicoes where you can spend the day looking after injured and abandoned pets, there are many ways for you to make a difference (in a small but meaningful way).
Attend the ongoing Delhi Theatre Festival
On from today (August 30) all the way till Sunday, the Delhi Theatre Festival imagines the classical art in “newer, unexplored and younger territories”. If you’ve found the world of theatre slightly intimidating, or you want to start watching more plays, we recommend attending the festival that will showcase the talents of leading actors and writers from around the world.
Laugh the week off with a comedy show
For less than Rs 500, you can catch comedy all-stars, including Biswa Kalyan Rath, Atul Khatri and Kumar Varun perform at Delhi’s Kedarnath Sahni Auditorium as part of the Bingo! Comedy Adda, There’s nothing like uninterrupted laughs to wash away the stress of the work/school week.
Project Mynt’s Fashion Photography Workshop
If you’re drawn to the world of fashion photography, check out our upcoming workshop ‘From Concept to Conclusion’. Conducted by Nayantara Parikh, a Delhi-based fashion photographer, the course covers the entire process of creating dramatic, powerful and effective fashion imagery including how to understand or read a brief, lighting, usage of colour and post production. The experiential nature of this workshop ensures that students spend most of their time shooting in real-life situations and, consecutively, learn to deal with the challenges that come their way while they’re on the job.