Khajuraho Dance Festival – A Cultural Overdose

The Khajuraho Group of Monuments are some of the most superlative examples of Indian culture and architecture through the late 1st century and early 2nd century AD. Built by the rulers of the Chandela dynasty, these Jain and Hindu temples are breath-taking and represent the rich socio cultural and religious art of our country. The […]

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7 Going on Forever – Kitty Su

Kitty Su isn’t just an inclusive nightlife destination where differentiated folk gather to celebrate their identity; it’s an idea set in stone and music that echoes diversity and equality. At The LaLiT, we celebrate the choice of each and every individual. Having been host to the most celebrated DJs from across the globe, the most […]

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A Clean Bill of Health for the LGBTQI

Equality and diversity have forever driven the policies at The LaLiT; we are not the ones to differentiate. Human resources have always been revered for working day and night to serve the public; our initiatives are substantiated with the aim to induct the LGBTQI community as an integral part of the hospitality sector. These individuals […]

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Baluchi Serves a Baisakhi Feast

An Indian festival hardly feels like one without a burst of colour, joy and of course, lots and lots of food! Bringing to life the spirit of Baisakhi, Baluchi has prepared a delectable feast for foodies across Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Chandigarh and Bengaluru. Especially crafted by Chef Nandita Karan, Executive Chef of The LaLiT Chandigarh, […]

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