NYF2011: Don’t Miss Food Festival at Shilpgram


NYF2011: Don’t Miss Food Festival at Shilpgram

Because of its diversities, fragrances and spices, Indian delicacies have traveled successfully across the globe. Every Indian state has its own specialty food and a varied style of preparation. Generally it’s not possible to taste all authentic and traditional Indian food at one place but National Youth Festival gives a lifetime opportunity to all proud foodies to have the treat.

 
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Because of its diversities, fragrances and spices, Indian delicacies have traveled successfully across the globe. Every Indian state has its own specialty food and a varied style of preparation. Generally it’s not possible to taste all authentic and traditional Indian food at one place but National Youth Festival gives a lifetime opportunity to all proud foodies to have the treat.

Yuvakruti– The Food Festival at Shilpgram is drawing attention of Udaipurites from last 3 days. Every day more and more people are visiting Shilpgram to taste the dishes from different states of India.

From East Indian state like Meghalaya to Northern states Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi are serving their mouth watering delicacies.

Don’t forget to taste Kashmiri Pulav and Hyderabadi Biryani.

There are more than 20 counters of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes from different states.

NYF2011: Don’t Miss Food Festival at Shilpgram

Being a hardcore non-vegetarian I chose to taste the avadhi Shami Kebab from Uttar Pradesh counter and Hyderabadi Chicken Biryani at Andhra Pradesh Counter. It was simply awesome!

Thanks to Mr. S. Raghuvendra for giving me a treat of chicken biryani and appetizing coconut gravy.

NYF2011: Don’t Miss Food Festival at Shilpgram

If you are vegetarian than Delhi’s gol gappas and Haryana’s big-thick parathas will make you feel fantastic.

West Bengal’s Fish Chop and Chicken rolls are ruling non-vegetarians tummy while Chattisgarh’s Chilla and Paklu Bada and Bihar’s Litti Chowku is making vegetarians feel great.

If you are fond of sweet dishes than try out Hyderabad’s Double ka Meetha and Bhilwara’s gond-ke-laddoo.

Gud ka Halwa and Firni at Punjab’s counter.

How can I forget Himachal’s Rajma Chawal and Kadi. Though I didn’t taste but it looked delightful.

Here are few tips for you if you are planning to visit Food Festival at Shilpgram

1. Make yourself extremely hungry before going there.

2. Take extra hand napkins ( they all have very thin and low quality one)

3. Visit after 2 pm. They don’t get ready to serve until 1pm

4. Buy less or go in a group to enjoy more dishes. It’s better than ordering one and feel full.

5. There is a different area for veg and non-veg food counters, so be little alert if you have phobia with non-veg items.

6. Carry a bag if you want to take a parcel.

7. Some dishes are too costly and some are very affordable, take care of your expenses.

Enjoy the FEAST!

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