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Delhi has also geared up to pay homage to the crew and passengers as follows
serving the last 10 course meal that was on the Titanic First Class menu.,at Out of the Box restaurant in Khan Market .
or by paying tribute to luxury that was Titan’s integral part. The interiors of Café Cruise in Rajouri Garden have been made to resemble that of the luxury liner. The waiters stewards will be dressed according to the times.
Pirates of Grill another eatery will pay homage to the selfless members of the Band who chose to play amidst the chaos to calm and soothe the nerves of the terrified hapless humans .They will have a live Band play numbers of the 1900’s played aboard the Ship. And so on…(I on my part find the very thought of eating in the back drop of a Titanic’s menu or Band or interior turns my tummy !The scary images of the helpless hopeless, terrified masses in the movie is vividly etched in my mind )
It is indeed a story that refuses to sink .The mystery, fascination of the great tragedy hasn’t waned.
A Titanic Cruise with the same number of passengers abroad is setting sail to retrace the ship’s voyage including a visit to the location where it sank .The organisers of M.S. Balmoral Titanic Memorial cruise are trying to recreate the onboard experience (minus the disaster),from the food to a band playing music from that era .
A former U.S. Navy officer Bob Ballard also a professor of oceanography discovered the remains of the iconic ship in 1985.He as a part of tie-up is presenting a documentary called”Save the Titanic “on the 100th anniversary of it’s disaster. He refers to it as “irony personified in history” He explains the phrase …’you have this revolutionary ship that is unsinkable carrying a cross section of people in society .And then it goes and hits an ice berg and sinks on its maiden journey that’s why it is irony personified in history .