first_imgThe most sought after mela is back again. Touted as one of the most entertaining crowd pullers, SurajKund International Crafts Mela brought together some delectable dishes from across the India in Haryana this year.The food court spread in the sprawling area of the mela has a fantastic range of cuisines with a regional uniqueness. To keep special care of the health and hygiene of the visitors, the authority has ensured that cleanliness is maintained and there is a provision of several garbage bins in the mela premises. Drinking water has also been made available at various places for the convenience of the visitors. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Focussing on the food stalls which display specialities and delicacies of their respective states. From Mumbai’s bhelpuri to Jaipur’s Dal Bhatti Churma and theme state Karnataka’s Sukka Chicken, Masala Dosa and filter coffee and Bihar’s Lithi Chokha, the mela has different state cuisines to be relished. Aloo tikki, Golgappe, Chaat, flavoured milk and Pav Bhaji are the most popular street foods at the Mela. Bhelpuri and Kulfi are other food items high on demand. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe cuisine of the theme state, Karnataka offers a wide variety of food items, which include Bijapur Mirchi, Chakkali, Khadak Rotti, Shavige Bath, Uppittu, Chicken Sukka, Akki Rotti, Kyatsandra Ttiol, Gokak Karadantu and Dharwad Pedha.‘People are very happy to eat authentic South Indian delicacies at out stall. They take keen interest in knowing about our recipes,’ said K. Seenappa, Assistant General Manager, Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation. The wines of Karnataka are also being displayed at the Mela purely for promotional purposes. Praveen Deshpande at the Karnataka wine counter, says, ‘The concept of manufacturing wines is relatively new in India, so we are aggressively marketing our wines in the Northern region, as people here are fond of wine and even the climate is well suited for wine consumption.’ He further added that an array of wines like Cabernet Sauvignon, Martot and Cabernet Franc are being produced in their state from French varieties of grapes spread over an area of 2,000 acres.Hot Gulab Jamuns, Gajar Ka Halwa teamed up with ice cold chuskis are some desserts served. The famous Banarasi paans adds to a mouth freshening experience. Cultural performances in the food court add to the wholesome entertainment.DETAILAt: Surajkund Mela Grounds, FaridabadOn till: 15 FebruaryTimings: All daylast_img

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