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WGSHA digresses from continental norm, hosts Rajasthani food fest

The students of WelcomeGroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration (WGSHA)  hosted their second food fest of the semester, “ Padharo Mari Dhani”  at Chhaya, Fortune Valley Inn on the 3rd and 4th of November.  

 

For the first time, a Rajasthani theme was in play, a far stretch from the usual continental themes. The food festival was characterised by an array of authentic Rajasthani dishes and a vibrant, colourful decor. To add to the effect, all the participating students donned traditional Rajasthani attire. || Photograph courtesy: Ishveena Paliwal

 

The menu for the 3 course Rajasthani meal was decided by the students, starting with drinks and starters. || Photograph courtesy: Ishveena Paliwal

 

The main course was served on a thali and included a wide variety of dishes, with options both vegetarians and non-vegetarians. || Photograph courtesy: Tamanna Wadehra

 

“The good thing about the food here is that it contains everything. You can taste everything from spicy, to savoury, to sweet and there is nothing I do not like about it,” said Aryan Mandari, an attendee. || Photograph courtesy: Tamanna Wadehra

 

The event was inspired by the concept of a chowkidhani, traditional Rajasthani villages, completed with street games, live music and a mehendi (henna) station. The head of the event, Anish Hissaria said, “Our aim is to not only serve good food, but to serve an entire experience.” || Photograph courtesy: Tamanna Wadehra

Edited by: Sruti Srinivasan.

Featured image courtesy: Tamanna Wadehra

Anwesha Mukherjee

anwesha99@yahoo.com

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