THALI AND KITE FLYING

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Tomorrow is Indian Independence Day (15th of August), and in India, the sky will be dotted with kites of various hues, shapes, and sizes to symbolise the spirit of freedom. To celebrate this, Mukka has organised an incredible weekend, starting with buy one get one free thali for yourself and a friend, followed by fun activities at Edinburgh gardens in North Fitzroy. You will be able to fly kites, play carom board, munch on samosas and slurpi on chai at the park. There will also be Indian sweets. Look out for a colourful Mukka marquee in the gardens.

When?

Two-for-One Thali: 19-20th August 2017 from 12 to 5 pm (Saturday and Sunday) at Mukka (365 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy).

Kite flying: 20th August 2017 from 12 to 5 pm (Sunday only) at the Edinburgh gardens (look out for the Mukka marquee).

What is a Thali?

Thali, meaning a round tray or a plate, is typically an Indian meal made up of a selection of various dishes. This selection of dishes varies from region to region in India and usually served in small bowls on a round tray. Mukka will be serving the new improved bad-ass North Indian Thalis (available for lunch only) from this day forward.

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