Pravaas Takeover: Mussoorie’s Cultural Renaissance with Music, Food, and More

In its third edition, Pravaas, the platform that transforms regional cultural heritage into multi-sensory journeys, is set to redefine Mussoorie’s narrative. From March 15-17, 2024, Pravaas Takeover will infuse the hill station with the pulsating beats of a music festival, the delectable flavors of Himalayan cuisine, and rejuvenating retreats, creating an exclusive experience for 200 visitors.

All You Need To Know About Pravaas Takeover:

Pravaas Takeover in Mussoorie is a curated cultural odyssey that seeks to showcase the hidden gems of this picturesque town. Limited to just 200 visitors, this three-day event promises to unravel the modern facets of Mussoorie through music, food, and cultural immersion.

Surveyor’s Dance: A Two-Day Music Festival at George Everest Hill:

On March 15-16, George Everest Hill will resonate with the beats of Surveyor’s Dance, a music festival featuring headliners like David August, Soichi Terada, and Roman Flügel. Accompanying them are rising Indian music collectives such as Sickflip, Mode music showcase, All Star Sauce, and more. Explore local and contemporary marketplaces offering a diverse range of food, beverages, and merchandise.

Rhythms of Sainji: A Himalayan Culinary Experience by Prateek Sadhu’s Naar:

Take a short drive to the village of Sainji, where Chef Prateek Sadhu’s Naar restaurant awaits. Indulge in an immersive Himalayan culinary experience infused with storytelling. Discover the village’s rural lifestyle through activities like beekeeping, village walks, and traditional cooking demonstrations. The Garhwali Table offers an authentic feast set in a hidden Deodar forest.

Beyond Culinary Delights:

Besides the gastronomic experiences, Pravaas Takeover invites you to explore Mossy Falls for a breakfast serenaded by nature’s symphony. Alternatively, unwind at the Victorian Listening Room at Claridges Nabha, where jazz music and handcrafted cocktails create a tranquil retreat.

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