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Biryani By Kilo and White Rhino Brewing Co-Hosted “Taste The Craft”

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

L-R Ishaan Puri Founder White Rhino, Vishal Jindal Founder Biryani By Kilo and Pawan Hora Director Wishboxstudio

Biryani by Kilo and White Rhino Brewing Co took their patrons on a culinary journey at “Taste the Craft”, an evening displaying the best from the kitchens of BBK along with craft beers of White Rhino. The event that was held at the Community Center, Golf Links in Delhi offered chilled beer variants from White Rhino coupled up with mouth-watering kebabs, curries and Biryanis by Biryani By Kilo. Fresh flavors were the essence of the evening. Biryani by the kilo offered delicious delicacies like Mutton Gauloti Kebabs, Chicken 65,Chicken kakori, Hyderabadi Murg Biryani, Phirni’s and many more. White Rhino complemented the Mughlai delicacies by serving its popular range of Wit and Lager Beers.

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FOREVERMARK PARTNERS WITH TUSK TO SUPPORT THE TUSK RHINO TRAIL

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Fragile by Dave White, supported by Forevermark for the Tusk Rhino Trail © Tim Whitby for Getty

Forevermark is supporting the Tusk Rhino Trail, a central London wide art installation run by UK registered charity, Tusk, that aims to raise awareness of the critical threat facing the black and white rhino population in sub-Saharan Africa.

To celebrate this magnificent animal and raise vital funds to ensure the continued conservation of rhinos and their fellow African species, the Tusk Rhino Trail is supported by an invited list of internationally respected and collected artists and designers who have specially designed, decorated and embellished 21 rhino sculptures.

For the Forevermark supported Rhino Sculpture, Forevermark has partnered with contemporary British Artist Dave White, who dedicates his work to celebrating popular culture and interpreting emotive issues. Of his rhino design, which he has titled Fragile, Dave White says, “Reflecting a realistic vision from a distance, with an abstraction of expressive paint marks upon closer viewing, my work represents the fragile balance of order and chaos in the natural world and the impact that we are having on our environment. I hope that by inspiring generations of all ages with this project, it will be one small positive step to support Tusk in their vital work protecting endangered species.” Read more