Baisakhi is a celebration of the Sikh new year and pronouncement of the spring harvest. This synonym of vibrance is celebrated by enticing interiors of yellow curtains, tossing bright red mushy pillows, orange rustic rugs and marigolds in orange and yellow.
Growers also observe it as a day of thanksgiving in the countryside, singing the songs of spring and the flamboyant harvest.
Expect the high beats of music to get you Indulged in the carnival-like feels at the top of a mountain at Skyview by Empyrean. Relish the traditional Punjabi cuisine at the live food stations in the open Gazebo served by our decorated F&B team in a customary theme.
Ambience and food from Punjab to Patnitop is waiting to enthral you from 14th – 17th April, 12noon – 4pm.
If all this and more doesn’t give you the feel of Punjab on an open contour, what will?
Celebrate this festival of Joy, mirth, and youthfulness with us and paint the hilltop warm yellow.