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Food Lovers: Indulge in Gluttony this Dim Sum Festival in Maharashtra

Chef Rahul Hajarnavis, Culinary Director boasts about creating unparalleled and everlasting experiences for the taste buds

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Mumbai (Maharashtra), July 3, 2017: The dim sum festival starts on July 7 here, and is lined up for two months, bragging about 40 dishes at its disposal one can indulge in throughout the monsoon season.

Dim Sum Buffet: The appetizing smell of Spicy Broccoli, Water Chestnut, mushrooms, cream cheese dumplings make sure that you will indulge in gluttony. The menu serves to every food lover (whether from Dubai to Mumbai) with its vegetarian and non-vegetarian as well as vegan dim sums to drool.

According to ANI report, Chef Rahul Hajarnavis, Culinary Director boasts about creating unparalleled and everlasting experiences for the taste buds. With the approaching monsoons, the menu comprising of a palette of 40 dim sums, which are sure to cater to various preferences tickling the taste bulbs.

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Further, he adds to them freshly inculcated cocktails like Peach Thai Chilli Martini that comes furnished with flavors like fresh pink grapefruit juice and homemade Elderflower syrup aligned with a chilled martini glass, Rosemary and Pomegranate, angostura bitters orange peel and other such tempting delicacies.

To make the cocktail menu a bit quirky, an egg and tea-infused cocktail called Rose in Bloom Martini with Gordon’s gin, rose in bloom tea, elderflower syrup, egg white, angostura bitters and rose petals are added.

The feast will be held until 31st August in their outlets across cities like Mumbai and Bengaluru. Food Lovers, satisfy your taste buds!

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All You Need To Know About The Makar Sankranti Festival

Makar Sankranti is a Hindu Festival observed every year in the month of January

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Makar Sankranti is one of the most fun filled festivals where people socialize and celebrate together in harmony. Wikimedia Commons
Makar Sankranti is one of the most fun filled festivals where people socialize and celebrate together in harmony. Wikimedia Commons

By Ruchika Verma 

  • Makar Sankranti is a Hindu Festival observed every year in the month of January
  • The festival embarks the end of Winter Season and the arrival of Summer Season
  • Sankranti is a festival of joy and is celebrated with great jest throughout India

Makar Sankranti is one of the most celebrated festivals of India. It is full of colour, jest and joy. This festival is celebrated every year in the month of January. Makar Sankranti 2018 was a huge success, and now it is hard to wait for the Makar Sankranti 2019 which will be on 15th January, next year.

Makar sankranti is celebrated in different forms in different parts of India. NewsGram took the picture in New Delhi, India
this festival is celebrated in different forms in different parts of India. NewsGram took the picture in New Delhi, India

However, before getting all excited about this fun-filled festival. It is important to know about it. Here is all you need to know about the Makar Sankranti Festival.

What is Makar Sankranti and why is it celebrated? 

Makar Sankranti is a Hindu festival which almost always arrives on 14th January of every year. The festival is famous for joyous activities like kite flying, bonfires, fairs and feats.

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Hindus in different parts of India celebrate this festival in different forms. In north India, Sikhs celebrate it as Lohri. In Assam, it is observed as Magh Bihu, while in Tamil Nadu, it is celebrated as Pongal and as Uttarayan in Gujarat.

The Makar Sankranti festival is dedicated to the Hindu sun deity, Surya, and is celebrated on the occasion of it entering the zodiac sign, Makara (Capricorn). This denotes the arrival of longer days, i.e. the season of summer.

Kite flying is one of the most joyous activities during this festival. Wikimedia  Commons
Kite flying is one of the most joyous activities during this festival. Wikimedia Commons
Along with marking the end of Winter season, Makar Sankranti also denotes the beginning of new harvest season.
How is Makar Sankranti Celebrated?
On the day of Makar Sankranti, many people take dips in the holy rivers gaga and Yamuna as it is considered really auspicious and it is believed that one can absolve their sins that way.
People prepare delicacies like Halwa and sesame-seed laddus on this occasion. Bonfires are burnt and people celebrate by dancing around it. Kite flying is also one of the most important activities which are undertaken to celebrate the festival of Sankranti, especially in Gujarat.

Makar sankranti is celebrated as Magh Bihu in Assam. Wikimedia Commons
Makar Sankranti is celebrated as Magh Bihu in Assam. Wikimedia Commons
One of the most fun parts of the Sankranti Festival is the organisation of various fairs. Fairs like Kumbh Mela, Gangasagar Mela and Makara Mela are some of the most famous fairs which are organised during this Indian festival.
Makara Sankranti is a wonderful festival which is a great way for people to socialise and celebrate together.