By BOTT Desk
On the occasion of celebration of 75th Anniversary of India’s Independence, ITC Maratha joined hands with Samta Foundation to host three days Open House for cultural and art collective from Palghar tribal artisans. The pop-up is one of it’s kind to celebrate the Palghar community known for their flair for Warli art, bamboo and paper mache artwork. The artisans from Palghar are conducting live demonstrations and workshops at the venue for guests to witness the intricacies of these creation and learn more about the indigenous tribal lifestyle making it a wholesome immersive experience.
Some of the unique offerings are culinary showcase inspired from colourful and indigenous community of Pathare Prabhu at Peshwa Pavilion. The community is known for it’s Marathi- Gujarati cuisine style, famous for one of a kind meat iterations in regular meals, seafood specialties, heirloom recipes and spices and more. The outreach initiative is in line with ITC Hotels’ philosophy of enabling authentic indigenous experiences in harmony with environment & society.
Atul Bhalla, Area Manager, West & East ITC Hotels India and General Manager, ITC Maratha said, “The unique value propositions, including the differentiated character of hotels, coupled with indigenous experiences is what makes every ITC Hotel unique. We are keen to craft meaningful immersive experience in collaboration with Samta Foundation for our guests to engage with Palghar Artist and express our support to the community. The long weekend will give great opportunity for guests to come out in strength and experience the cultural diversity through culinary offerings, art and musical at ITC Maratha.”