We discovered beautiful Landour through our Delhi family, the Dangs. And one fine March morning, we sat in the meadows with the ruins of the famed bhoot bangla in the backdrop and sang for a few select guests who picnicked with us. It was also close to Easter and we threw in a few hymns as well.
Suffice to say we had a great time and then the winds brought in light showers and it got really cold too. But we had hot piping samosas, pakoras and many cups of tea to warm us all up bringing the musical afternoon to a warm, sweet end.

Some of our esteemed guests who made it to the show were Victor Banerjee, Steven Alter and our dear friend Shomona from NCF Delhi.

Good Friday and Easter traditions in front of St Paul's Church, Landour and some Holi colours thrown in.
Having a fun afternoon walking around Landour with the Dang girls.
Maggi and snacks at the famed Char Dukaan.

The girl on the ledge: Mercy lost in thoughts.
Mhaseve chilling out.

Leopard poop.

Picnic with the Dangs at the Haunted House

Sitting pretty waiting for the guests to get seated for the music session.

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