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I have always had a soft corner for Indian street dogs. Be it little pups with the dreamiest of eyes, or the adult dogs who refuse to grow up, I love all furries out there. No matter how tough their lives have been, Indian street dogs will welcome you with all the warmth in their hearts, they will still carry a sparkle in their eyes. People who can't look beyond the 'street dog”' in them, don't know what they are missing out here!
Here are few of my favourite rescue cases that I have been involved with lately. Even though life has brought them down couple of times, these tough indies refuse to give up! All these beautiful stories are a reminder that every dog deserves a family, a home that they can call their own, a place where they will be adored and looked after, humans that will make sure they never sleep without a meal again.

It isn’t easy being a mother dog on the streets. The one in the above is called Mother.
She had her own budding family, a litter of young pups t…

Baluchi: New Menu Launch

Some of you must be aware that Baluchi introduced its new menu on Friday last week, & I was present at the venue to celebrate the launch. For those of you who don't know about Baluchi, it's The Lalit's Signature Pan Indian Luxury Dining Restaurant, & you can read about my previous experience at Baluchi here.
The chef took the royal experience of Baluchi to the next level, by introducing exotic dishes using the finest ingredients! And the staff never fails to impress with its outstanding service.

Let's  have a look at what all I gorged upon at the regal event.

The Chefs posing with the New Menu

Exotic Ingredients used in the newly introduced dishes

Paneer- Papad Chat
Trio Shots- Tarbooz Ka Thanda, Jeera Ananas Aab, Kesari Thandai

Malabari Shorba

Mutton Galouti,
Tandoori Tulshi Masala Artichoke,
Malai Broccoli, 
urgh Ki Champ

Main Course:
Mutton Awadi Qorma,
Chicken Stew With Appam,
Patrani Macchi,
Dal Baluchi,
Kacchi Palak Aur Methi Ki Subji,
Chokh Wangun,
Lahori Mutter Paneer,
Vendaka Masala Pachadi,
Kalongi Aur Bhaune Pyaaz Ka  Pulao,
Assorted Indian Breads

Kajoor Badam Ka Halwa,
Paan Kulfi

Being a Vegetarian, I did not try out the non- veg dishes but they were presented beautifully & if you're a non- vegetarian I'm sure you'll love them! My personal favorites were- Malai Broccoli from the Starters & Dal Baluchi with Kalongi Aur Bhunne Pyaaz Ka Pulao from the Main Course. I also loved the Trio Shots served in the beginning, & the Paan- Kulfi served as Dessert as they were super- refreshing!

And this is what I wore to the event! Let me know what you think about this Indianized Western Look :)