The chilling winter is back and what a winter without any lip-smacking food festivals especially for Bengalis! After two long years of covid disaster Bangiya Parishad, Gurgaon is back again with the much-awaited Khai Khai Utshab (Food festival), where we can taste different variety of traditional pithe puli, barbeques, and other types of cuisine. So come one, come all! Bring out your chef’s cap. We invite all our members, along with their friends and family, to take part in this food carnival! Let’s have fun in the winter sun (hopefully) with our homemade delicacies!
Date: Sunday, 15 January 2023 Venue: Huda Community Centre, Sec 56 Time: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A few points to remember for those who want to put up a food stall: 1. You can choose your dish according to your convenience, but our traditional pithe and puli will be highly appreciated! 2. We understand that you put in a lot of effort towards preparing these dishes. However, this is a no-profit forum – so please keep the prices of your dishes reasonable. 3. While confirming your participation, please also share the prices of the dishes. 4. It is always our endeavor to be eco-friendly at all our events. We will, therefore, request you not use any plastic or thermocol dishes or plastic spoons to serve your food. Use eco-friendly options that are easily available. Please confirm your participation with the names of the dishes and their prices to Sampurna De 9560386542
The last date to receive your confirmation for participation as a Chef is 6th Jan 2023
Thanks & regards
Malay Nandy General Secretary – BPG
Bangiya Parishad, Gurgaon
Bangiya Parishad started its journey in 2006 at Sector 56, Gurgaon, Haryana dedicated to create a home away from home for Bengalis in Gurgaon.