Be Inspired by Shibana

A special Sunday at the Museum of International Folk Art Shop

Sunday, March 5, 2017 12:00pm – 4:00pm

Explore the symbolism and stories behind the various deities in East Indian spiritual mythology with an interactive lecture by Shibana Singh and a reception.

Trunk Show and Sale featuring Handmade kurtas, Ayurvedic skin cream, Malas and Scarves.

Museum of International Folk Art Shop

Your Breath is Your Mantra, Your Body is Your Yantra

Saturday, October 15 • 1:30 to 3:30 pmmantra_yantra_v5

Bliss Yoga312 N Coast Highway 101, Encinitas CA

This “Introduction to Tantra” Workshop will include an interactive lecture on the basics of Tantra and its applications in daily life. The lecture will set a foundation for people interested in delving deeper into Trantra, followed by a yoga class with music, to awaken the union of Shiva and Shakti wthin your body.

Chai and Light Snacks will be served after class.
$60 individual $108 per couple before September 30th and $75 individual after September 30th. Pre-registration required.

Contact Shibana at (510) 676-9147 or
Payment by cash/check at event or via PayPal.

Indian Curry Cooking Class at the Santa Fe Culinary Academy

Mark your calendars now for a fabulous class on March 24th!

Chef Shibana Singh takes you on a culinary journey of kebabs and curries which influenced the cuisine of India through the various invasions of the Mughals. Prepare succulent kebabs with chutneys and curries with delectable spices. This menu will be elegant and exotic, perfect for parties or an evening at home. Hands-on, includes dinner. Gluten-free.

More information and registration on the Santa Fe Culinary Academy Website!

An Evening in India – Benefiting the Santa Fe Animal Shelter


Indian cuisine is strong, deep, and complex – one that does not shy away from powerful, well-rounded flavors. Explore the colors and aromas of India with local celebrity chef Shibana Singh, all while supporting Santa Fe’s hometown shelter.

6 p.m., Wednesday, July 8, 2015
1121 North Plata Circle

On the menu:
Mango Lassi Shots
Cauliflower and Pakora Salad
Paneer Skewers with Peppers, Onion and Mint Chutney
Baby Potatoes in Poppy Seed Sauce
Yogurt with Crispy Chips
Indian Ice Cream with Fresh Mangoes and Cardamon
Mango Ginger Lemonade

Please feel free to bring your favorite libation.

$65/Person, Limited Seating

Contact Gabrielle at 505-983-4309 x232 or to reserve your spot.

Pop-up Dinner on June 4: Calcutta Nights

38.jpg06/04/2015, 6:15 PM – 8:30 PM

Calcutta (now called “Kolkata”) could be considered the cultural and intellectual food capital of India, with many regional influences.  Chef Shibana Singh brings a culinary feast for the senses centered on the culinary traditions of this region.

Please note, this is not a cooking class, it is a seated dinner. If you are joining another group from a separate reservation, be sure to notify us on the reservation so we can be sure to have you seated together. Menu subject to change.

Menu (subject to change)
Mishti Doi (sweet yoghurt):  Sweet is considered to be the first taste on your tongue Ayurveda, and is also auspicious. It’s usually served both at the beginning and end of a meal. Misthi Doi is a Calcutta specialty often made and served in small earthen bowls.
Bhaja:  Fried Vegetable and Garbanzo Bean Flour Fritters served with a tangy cilantro mint chutney. 
Cholar Dal: A Festive Dal with Freshly Grated Coconut, Raisins and Spices topped with sauteed shishito peppers
Macher Jhol:  Spiced Fish Curry with Cauliflower, Eggplant, and Potatoes with a side of Turmeric and Cumin Rice.
Mangshor Malai Curry:  Lamb Stewed in a Coconut and Yogurt Sauce with Seasonal Pumpkin/Squash and a side of Luchi (thin fried bread made with all purpose flour and onion seeds). Vegetarian option available.
Mango Custard

Pop-Up Dinner in Albuquerque – April 11

10968312_767977566611751_2999755282109522787_nCelebrate VAISAKHI (a harvest festival celebrated all over India by different names), celebrate life with an Indian inspired Pop-up supper at Kalm Yoga with Shibana Singh.

“It is not just the finest ingredients or an expert chef that make a delicious meal. It is the intention that goes into the preparing of a meal which makes it a vehicle for prana”.

A fun filled evening with lively Bollywood music and movies, henna artistry, mouthwatering food and cultural journey into India with Shibana. Come dressed in your Indian inspired attire and dancing shoes!

LOCATION: Kalm Yoga 8338 Comanche Rd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110. Tel. (505) 554-2228.
TIME: April 11, 2015 From 5:30 to 9:00pm.
COST: $55 per guest.

Space is limited and this special event will fill up fast! Please register online to confirm your reservation to this extraordinary Indian pop-up dinner!