The Great Indian Kitchen Carnival In Coimbatore Served 140 Dishes From All Over India!

by Mallika Khurana
The Great Indian Kitchen Carnival In Coimbatore Served 140 Dishes From All Over India!

Indian food is quite special and is loved by people all over the world. With states serving their own traditions on a plate, the diverse food is really close to our hearts. Such special cuisine deserves to be celebrated in an extravagant manner, and the folks at AJK College of Arts and Science in Coimbatore are at it.

The Great Indian Kitchen Carnival Celebrated Indian Cuisine


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Bringing 140 delicious plates to the spread and celebrating the cuisine from 28 Indian states, AJK College of Arts and Science hosted The Great Indian Kitchen Carnival on May 7. The flavourful evening was made more special with cultural programmes and a fashion show at the college premises.

According to the college secretary, Dr. Ajeeth Kumar Mohan Lal, this was the festival’s 10th edition, which speaks volumes about its success year after year. He even shared that the theme of this carnival was food from the 28 states of India. It was organised by the Hotel Management and Catering Science department of the college. It was mostly conducted by the students of the department. In addition, the college secretary also talked about the public’s enthusiastic participation in the event.

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Around 140 Delectables Were Served At The Festival

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Disclosing more about the amazing event, Dr Ajeeth Kumar Lal Mohan said a total of 3000 people enjoyed it for the entry fee of 300 bucks. The elaborate spread of 140 dishes from all over the country included salads, desserts, mocktails, and so much more. The event also presented a separate microgreens counter, which was loved by the audience.

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The secretary also revealed some of the dishes served there, like Ennai Kathirikai from Tamil Nadu, Mirchi ka Salan from Hyderabad, Paneer Makhani from Punjab, Korri Gassi from Karnataka, Laal Mass from Rajasthan, Chepala Pulusu from Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad Biryani from Telangana, Urulai Varuval from Tamil Nadu, Seppu Vada from Himachal Pradesh, Dum Aloo from Kashmir, Charchari from West Bengal, and Nilgiri Kormah from Tamil Nadu.

This was probably just a third of the menu, and it has us drooling. To add to the fun, the event was filled with cultural programmes that were enjoyed by the audience. The fashion show was also in accordance with the theme, where students represented the traditional outfits of Indian states.

It was certainly a fun and successful celebration of India and its diversity!

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