JW Marriott Marquis' Indian Independence Day

Atul Kochhar will be at the hotel to mark India's 69th Independence Day

From August 14–16, Rang Mahal restaurant will host guests for a four-course Indian menu.
From August 14–16, Rang Mahal restaurant will host guests for a four-course Indian menu.

Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar will host a three-day celebration at JW Marriott Marquis Dubai to mark India’s 69th Independence Day 

From August 14–16, the restaurant by the Michelin-starred chef will host guests for a US$68 (AED250) four-course modern Indian menu, with each course dedicated to a hero in Indian history. 

The first course pays homage to scientist and innovator Vikram Sarabhai; the second course honours professor Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, who won a Nobel Prize for physics; the third course is a tribute to teacher and researcher Birbal Sahni; and the final course is dedicated to Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose, known for his prominent experiments and laboratory work. 

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Indian Independence Day, observed annually on August 15, is a national holiday in India, commemorating the nation's independence from the British Empire on 15 August 1947.

 

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