CT Institute holds 7-state food festival

Students showcase culture of different states with famous local dishes

CT Institute holds 7-state food festival

Students of CT Institute depict Ladakh culture during a seven-state event in Jalandhar on Monday.

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, November 22

The CT Institute of Hotel Management organised a seven-state food festival to celebrate the festive season and spread the message of oneness. In this fest, students showcased food and culture of Jammu Kashmir, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, Kerala, West Bengal and Leh Ladakh.

The students enjoyed typical dances and songs of different states on the other hand they relished Indian regional cuisine. Special exhibitions included monuments, archaeological objects, architectural designs, wildlife, landscapes, geological supremacies, antique acquirements, cultural and allied art and other dominances of different states of the country.

Students from Kerala presented their culture and traditions along with the famous food — dosa and sambhar. Himachal students presented Hadimba Temple and Jatoli Temple and the regional food i.e. Kangri dham, babru and patrore. Students from West Bengal presented their traditional Dhunuchi dance and their traditional jhal muri, phuchka, cholar dal, ghee bhat and rosogulla. Jammu & Kashmir students served their traditional meal wazwan, students from Bihar presented Mahabodhi Temple and Jal Mandir and their famous food lithi chokha. Punjabi students presented their regional dance giddha and bhangra along with traditional food of Punjab i.e makki ki roti and sarson ka saag and the students from Leh Ladakh came up with House of Ladakh, Buddha temple and their traditional food — thukpa, suja, khamiri roti and mok-mok served with the traditional chutney.

Awarding the participating students of CT Group Co-Chairperson Parminder Kaur Channi said such fests teach us emphatically what oneness, friendship, peaceful existence and bonds of togetherness are to exist peacefully in this world. These fests guide us to have a warm welcome for others’ peculiarities through such huge participations.”

On the occasion, CT Group of Institutions Director Rahul Malhotra, Dean Academics Anupamdeep Sharma and Principal Baljit Kaur were also present.

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