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Experience Indian Festivity


Online registration for Bijoya Sammilani morning (20th Oct, 2018) is now closed. We would request you to register on-spot, however it's limited and based on availability and first cum first serve basis.

> Ashtami                  | 17-Oct-2018 | 17:00 – 22:00 | Complimentary Dinner with E-Tickets

> Bijoya Sammilani | 20-Oct-2018 | 10:00 – 14:00 | Complimentary Lunch with E-Tickets

Please call us at 0684401050/ 0643795395 for any queries regarding registration.

Celebration of Indian festivals are something surreal, which transports you to some other world. As many of our non-Indian friends requested us to take them through a guided trip through this experience, we would like to introduce ‘An Experience with Indian Festivity’, where you can come and enjoy the fabulous grandeur of Durga Puja, one of the biggest festivals as celebrated in Indian subcontinent.

Holland-e-Hoichoi and Spice Trip with Paulami jointly will take you through this memorable journey, which you can treasure through your life!

What is included in the ticket:
~ Personalized Tour of the Festival explaining the culture
~ Traditional Bengali Meals (LOT of food)
~ Bollywood Dance and Music
~ Live Performances
~ Mehendi Corner
~ Indian snack stalls at every corner of the venue
~ ‘Indian Wellness & Food according to Ayurveda Talk’ by Spice Trip with Paulami (on 20th October only)

Dhunuchi Naach - The devotional Indian dance-form with earthen pot filled with burning coconut husk and camphor.
'Dhunuchi Naach' is a form of devotional folk dance typically performed with holding a earthen pot filled with burning coconut husk and camphor. The dance is traditionally performed with the beats of 'dhaak', an Indian drum traditionally used for Durga Puja. Mostly, the dance is performed impromptu and everyone is open to join in.

Indian Dinner

Ghee Rice
Steaming Basmati rice with mild flavours of spices and Indian clarified butter (ghee)

Biuli'r Daal - Aloo Posto
A heavenly combination of soup made from split gram lentils flavoured with ginger and fennel seeds paired with creamy dry curry of potato cooked in poppy paste.

Aloo Bhaja
Thin slices of crispy and spicy potato fries

Chana'r Dalna
Signature Bengali dish, prepared from deep-fried cubes of cheese curd / Bengali cottage cheese, and typically served in a rich gravy.

Tomato Chutney
Sweet and tangy sauce made from tomato paste, topped with raisins and dry fruits. Typically served with papad (roasted fritter made of lentils).

Malpoa
Typical Bengali dessert, a fritter made of coconut, flour and milk and dipped in thick sugar syrup.

Mehendi stall
Mehendi is a form of body art from Ancient India, in which decorative designs are created on a person's body, using a paste, created from the powdered dry leaves of the henna plant.

Indian snack stalls
Serving typical Indian snacks.

Sindoor Khela - Touch of vermillion to mark the end of Durga Puja.
Sindur Khela or 'vermillion game', is a Bengali tradition where women smear each other with vermillion on the last day of the Durga Puja. On the day, after the conclusion of the ritual worship, married Bengali Hindu women apply sindur on the forehead and feet of the goddess and offer sweets to her, followed by putting sindur on each other's faces and offer sweets to each other.

Indian Lunch

Shukto
A plethora of vegetables, cooked in the most unique spices with creamy milky gravy with the slightest hint of sweetness and a core taste of bitterness.

Bandhakopi'r torkari
Finely chopped Cabbage / badhakopi (Bengali term) cooked along with potato & peas in a tomato & ginger based gravy

Mochar Ghonto
Dry curry of banana blossoms cooked along with potatoes and aromatic spices

Sorshe Ilish
The star of Bengali dishes, hilsa fish cooked in thick mustard gravy - a piece of heaven on your plate

Chicken Handi
Slow-cooked chicken in a 'handi' or deep vessel in a rich spicy curry

Chhanar Payesh
Traditional Bengali cottege cheese pudding with flavours of cardamom, topped with dry fruits.

Mehendi stalls
Mehendi is a form of body art from Ancient India, in which decorative designs are created on a person's body, using a paste, created from the powdered dry leaves of the henna plant.

Indian snack stalls
Serving typical Indian snacks.

'Indian Wellness & Food according to Ayurveda Talk' by Spice Trip with Paulami