India, May 16 -- As expected, the long overdue India pavilion at the ongoing Venice Biennale is attracting many visitors. "It was my first time in Venice. I was saving it to go with someone special and who better than my favourite travel companion, my daughter Tahira Tara who is a student of art history. Of course, the proudest moment was to see the India pavilion!" says fashionista and art maven, the Delhi-based Kalyani Chawla, who was in Venice over the weekend. Besides a whirlwind tour of all the major museums, galleries and stalls along with fellow members of FICA (The Foundation of Indian Contemporary Art) Chawla and her daughter attended The Kiran Nadar Museum's glamorous party at the Palazzo Pisani Moretta. Kiran, the bridge champi...