Picnic on Tempo – An experience to Suvali Beach Festival

November 11, 2018

Its Diwali vacation, and as everyone, my family also decided to hang around somewhere. After a 10 min discussion, we decided that we would go to the Suvali Beach Festival organized at the Suvali Beach, Hazira. We all started gearing up. But but but!! The question arises, how to go there. I searched for hiring a Cab on Ola and Uber, but the city was facing Partial Cab Strike.

The drivers were not ready to go on the ride. I was shocked when I got to know, how they were protesting. The drivers would first accept the ride, and then they won’t pick up the call for a couple of times. Later they accept the call but deny to move on, as they were protesting. Matlab, office mein jaana bhi hai, but kaam nahi karna. Itna creativity aata kahan se hai. Then I remembered one of my learnings from Second Year’s Business Administration book, i.e., “The Pen Down Strike”. It was exactly the same concept. Smart Drivers!

Tempo Ride

Now, ab kya kare! So we had an adventurous idea of hiring a Tempo, and have a ride like old days! We called up the Tempo and left for the festival. After a long 45 min travel via Highway and Hazira Industrial regions, we reached our destination, the Suvali Beach. The ride was much smoother than expected. We were having fun all around the time.

Dinesh Mundhra at Suvali Beach Festival

For the first couple of hours, we had explored up the beach, shot a bunch of photos, and just had fun. Later on, we joined up the Festival in the evening.

It was a mini people festival, where there were International Crafts Stalls from Vietnam, Brazil, etc. (which were not opened at the time we entered), Photo zones, Live Performances, and a special Statue of Unity Booth by Gujarat Tourism. There were a bunch of artist performing live on the stage. A mini skit of Thugs of Hindostan was also presented there (I don’t know why). Also, it had mimicry and musical performances by the artists from Bikaner, Mumbai and other different parts of the country. Even, people from the crowd used to come up on stage and showed up their talent. All the participants were rewarded with goodies and certificates.

So this was my small experience to Suvali Beach Festival-2018. This festival will end on December 2nd, 2018. So if you want to attend it, then go before this. The entry is free.

The day of enjoyment ended with 2 hours long traffic Jam, just to get out of the parking. There is no proper arrangement of Traffic Management, so here is a small tip from my side that consider parking your vehicles a bit outer to the location.

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  • Shankar Shah November 11, 2018

    Hey, Nice blog Man! Bas thode text chote bade dikh rahe the bich mein.. Shayad mere phone ka issue hai or your website’s!
    While awesome stuff. Do write such more!

    • Dinesh Mundhra November 11, 2018

      Yes Shankar, its a bug on the Site. Few of my friends too have complained about the text Issue. Will solve it soon. While Thanks for your time and compliment!

  • Pujan Garg November 11, 2018

    Kab tak hai yay Festival?

  • Sabitri November 11, 2018

    Good! I Hope such festival held up in our State. Love from Tripura.

  • Prem Jha November 11, 2018

    Kabse notification chalu hai. 2 mahine baad aaya pehla update😅. While der aaye durast aaye. Mast likha hai!

  • Abhistar? November 11, 2018

    After reading your blogs:-

    Me to my friends: Thugs of Hindostan dekhne se better tha, Dinesh k blogs pad lete! ;p

    You write awesome, Next Kya likh rahe. Ab kuch informative likhna agala!

  • Garima mishra November 11, 2018

    Ohh great to see that you enjoyed alot🙌…its such a good thing to write a blog on your picnic experience ..i read it all.. appreciated👏

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