The Indian High Tea party helps educate children in remote villages in India

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By Manju Mittal

The Indian high tea party was a great success with about more than 200 women, an exceptional experience of the traditional Indian high tea on a relaxing Sunday afternoon of November 13, 2016 at Castle Grand Castle Hill.  Afternoon tea is the ultimate way of catching up with friends or simply chilling out. Ladies mingled and mixed bonding with each other making friends and enjoying sipping tea from delicate cups. It was truly divine, an afternoon tea prepared and presented with unrivalled passion and dedication by the organisers.

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It was such an amazing experience from start to finish. The exquisite china to the immaculate and elegant set up right through to the food selection was truly amazing. Not to mention the beautiful china teapots and tea cups was exemplary. The set up of the beautiful decor from Lopa of Pumpkin carriage event was spectacular. Presentation of the tables was exquisite with an array of delicacies displayed in attractive manner. The cutlery cup and pots displayed in complete elegance highlighted by a beautiful lace table runner, flowers, wine and crystals.

A well choreographed Indian dance performance by Mystic Bollywood, added an extra touch of colours to an eventful afternoon. Highlight of the event was Elini Sydney belly dancer as she got a big applause from the audience.  Activities for women included a photo booth, there were many stalls selling jewellery, Indian outfit especially Punjabi fulkari duppatta, hand crafted items, grooming corner etc. The event ended with Tambola game and the ladies weren’t ready for the party to end.

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high Tea 4The whole process and setup on the day was just perfect and we found the whole experience very professional and stress free, all the women had a wonderful time pampering themselves, everything looked so magical like a fairytale. The high tea organising team Mansi K Bhatia, Rachna Bhatia and Geetika Bhargarva gave us the privilege to enjoy elegant high tea and we are hoping for another fun filled high tea event next year, all for a good cause that is to help educate children in the remote villages of India ”˜Prayaas’, a social welfare society organisation.


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