5 Festivals for Foodies In 2016
BANGALORE: Festivals and celebrations are common in our country. Most of the festivals are celebrated with delicious foods and all the foodies in the country love to explore various tastes from various cultures. But there are some festivals in India which are to celebrate the food love. Thus let us take a look at five such festivals in our country which should be added in ‘to do’ list of each foodie in the coming year as compiled by ihpl.
Mapro Strawberry Festival, Mahabaleshwar
It is that time of the year when everyone talks about Strawberry and a dream four days for all the strawberry lovers in the country. Held in the month of March or April (during the Easter weekend), the Mapro Strawberry Festival at Mapro Garden, has become a much awaited annual event. Started nine years ago, when strawberry production far exceeded market demand, Mapro conceptualized this unique festival dedicated to promoting strawberries and boosting tourism in Mahableshwar and Panchgani. The Festival is supported by the All India Strawberry Growers Association (AISGA), to promote strawberry cultivation in the country.
Savour the Second Best Thing the Mughals Left behind - Haleem during Ramazan
Hyderabad is known for its Biriyani among all the foodies but there is much more than Biriyani in the city. Haleem is the special dish which is worth spending some bucks on for each meat lover. It is a stew composed of meat, lentils and pounded wheat made into a thick paste which is originally an Arabic dish but the local shops have modified the dish with their own spices and this dish will be a perfect dish to rejuvenate you in this New Year. Usually the Haleem season last for a month during the Ramazan.
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