Explore The Culinary Traditions Of India This Dussehra
Mumbai, October 3, 2019: With Dussehra around the corner, it is the time to delve into the festivities of the season. From the grandeur of Durga Puja to the colours of Navratri brightening up each day, Dussehra is best celebrated with friends and family, alike. And of course, these festivities are incomplete without relishing some delectable food!
Be it the traditional delights of Bengali cuisine that leave your palate satiated with a myriad of flavours or the elaborate preparations akin to those served at iconic temples across the country or even Satvik fares that will leave your tastebuds satiated with their simple but tasteful flavours, Taj Hotels across the country have the perfect recipe for one and all to enjoy Dussehra to the fullest!
Step into the elegance of Masala Kraft at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai to savour the special ‘Temple cuisine’ menu crafted to pay ode to the food served across temples in India. The cuisine epitomizes India’s ancient traditions and the elaborate food preparations at the iconic temples that have served lakhs a day.
For those reveling in the fervor of Durga Puja celebrations in West Bengal, the festivities are incomplete until one samples the traditional fare on offer at Sonargaon at Taj Bengal, Kolkata. Indulge in true-blue Bengali cuisine at Taj Bengal this Durga Puja with a variety of thalis such as the Pujo special thali from Saptami, the Dashami-Niramish thali, Amish thali and seafood thali on offer.
Known for the radiance and beauty of the Golden Temple that attracts travelers from across the globe, Dussehra is a special time as the city of Amritsar lights up with the Navratra celebrations. For those visiting the city this festive season, celebrate the holy days of Navratra at the Grand Trunk, Taj Swarna, Amritsar with the signature Navratra Thali, which has an assemblage of traditional regional delicacies such as sitafal ki sabzi, sabudane ki khichdi and singade ki poori.
For many, the nine holy days of Navratra are marked by fasting, accompanied by special traditional cuisine, which is available across different Taj Hotels. Be it the specially prepared Satvik food at Anise at Taj Coromandel, Chennai; Satvik Thali at Firdaus at Taj Krishna, Hyderabad or carefully crafted Navratri Tiffin at Currymeen, Taj Kumarakom Resort & Spa, Kerala; add flavour to the festive season with these specially crafted cuisines by our chefs.
For more information about the unique dining experiences offered at Taj Hotels this festive season, please visit Taj Dining.
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