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Table for two: Vikram Kirloskar puts on chef's cap, cooks for wife Geetanjali to celebrate anniversary at home

Geetanjali Kirloskar said the couple created an ‘out of home’ experience inside their home.

, ET Bureau|
Last Updated: Apr 09, 2020, 06.06 PM IST
Geetanjali Kirloskar shared that the couple often plans a trip to a new destination for their anniversary.
Certain occasions deserve celebration, lockdown or no lockdown. That was the mood for Vikram Kirloskar, vice chairman, Toyota Kirloskar Motor and wife Geetanjali as the two celebrated their wedding anniversary with a quiet dinner for two at their Bengaluru home. Geetanjali shared a video of the table setting on her Instagram account, captioning it anniversary celebration in time of Coronavirus, making the most of staying at home and social distancing.

When contacted by ET Panache, Geetanjali shared, “We both love travelling to amazing places for amazing experiences. Often on our wedding anniversary we plan a three day trip to a new place. This time we were in isolation at home. Unable to step out. So we recreated an ‘out of home’ experience inside our home! Using whatever props we had lying around at home,to decorate the table & create an ambience with the right choice of music, clothes, food. It was as if we were in a village in France! Added to that,Vikram cooked for me. I am vegetarian so he created a few interesting, tasty vegetarian dishes. And of course a Dom Perignon & wine from his cellar. It was beautiful. I realised it does not matter where you are. It’s the moment, the emotion & the sharing of that moment that makes it all so memorable.”

She further added, “We are all going through a tough time. It’s a different kind of challenge, & whether we come out of it or not, at least we would have created some valuable memories. And the realisation that it’s not always about exuberance & social engagement.”

It’s important to keep a sense of positivity in the environment and at home, she believes. To that end her advice is to celebrate whatever moments you can. “Live in hope. Lend a helping hand when you are empowered with so much. Share resources with those who don’t have as much. Help each other go through it & know that we can & we must come out of it winning,” Geetanjali said.

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