Celebrate Cultural Diversity Week in Boroondara with our Cooking Up Culture series.
Learn the key to creating the beautiful Hot Khichdi, a rice and Dahl porridge, with Ajai Dogra.
In a step by step demonstration, Ajai will show you how to make the delicious food that is served as part of Prasad at the Shirdi Sai Temple. You will have the opportunity to sample the amazing flavours for yourself and join a tour of the Temple.
The Shirdi Sai Sansthan Temple is a registered charity organisation for devotees of Sai Baba who is revered by Hindu and Muslim communities across the world. It is a spiritual place for people to rest, pray and meet friends. Blessed food (Prasad) is served on a Thursday evening and Sunday lunchtime.
This is a free event but registration is essential.
Accessibility at this space
* Accessible car parking
* Accessible drop-off area
* Automatic doors
* Accessible toilets
* Wide passageways
* Area for assistance animals
We can also provide Auslan interpretation at this event. We need at least 2 weeks to confirm an interpreter. If you contact us closer to the event, we may not be able to organise an interpreter in time. You can email CommunityEvents@boroondara.vic.gov.au or call (03) 9278 4938 tel:+61392784938 to request an interpreter or talk to us about other accessibility services.
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