Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle - Nikita Sax­ena ■nikita.sax­ena@hin­dus­tan­times.com

Grompere­kichelcher bites (tra­di­tional potato pan­cakes), sparkling wines from Lux­em­bourg and In­dian del­i­ca­cies made this Fri­day evening stand out.

The Lux­em­bourg Na­tional Day cel­e­bra­tion was a de­lec­ta­ble af­fair and the mix of two cul­tures was ap­par­ent not only in the food, but even in the sar­to­rial choices as women at­tended in Jam­dani drapes and clas­sic sheath dresses. Stijn Mols, deputy head of mis­sion, Em­bassy of the King­dom of Bel­gium, shared with us his Hindi coach­ing de­tails. “I have a pri­vate Hindi tu­tor who comes to the em­bassy ev­ery­day to teach me. Main ac­chi Hindi bol leta hu," he said.


Sam Schreiner and Duang­duean Vacher Laure Hu­berty and Ma­bet Van Rens­burg

Ra­jat and Pinky Dalmia; (right) Nas­reen Zamir

Alexan­dre Ziegler, Stijn Mols, and Alphonsus Stoelinga

Vet­sop Nam­gyel and Dawzam Nam­gyel

Ce­sare Ones­tini and Seija Kinni

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