Vedatya students delight guests with Old Delhi delicacies at fantastic Food Fest

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Vedatya students served mouth-watering  delicacies to guests at the Food Fest

Enterprising Delhi-NCR students of Hotel Management organise a food festival  themed Shaan-e-Dilli, Swaad-e-Dilli which receives all-round appreciation from the connoisseurs of good food

Vedatya Managing Promoter Mr Amit Kapur addressing the students at the Food Fest

Final year students of Vedatya Institute of Hotel Management organised a sumptuous Food Festival on each weekend of the months of February and March this year. Put together by a team led by Kumar Abhik and Khushi Verma, the finale event was themed Shaan-e-Dilli, Swaad-e-Dilli, inspired by the cuisines of Old Delhi.

The event saw the attendance of several personalities, including celebrated and renowned chefs like Manjeet Gill, President, Indian Federation of Culinary Associations; Corporate Chef, ITC Hotels; Ajay Sood, former Exec Chef at TajSATS, and Parvinder Singh Bali Corporate Chef, Oberoi, besides Vedatya Managing Promoter Amit Kapur and Director Sandeep Munjal. Apart from the exquisite vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies, the Food Fest also saw colourful cultural performances by the students.

A huge highlight of the event was the flute performance by Oberoi Corporate Chef Mr Parvinder Singh Bali. A large number of guests enjoyed the delicacies and appreciated the team for pulling off a spectacular event. Kumar Abhik, one of the main organisers of the event, remarked, “It was a team effort and I was ably supported by my colleagues without whose support organising such a successful event would not have been possible. I also want to thank our sponsors, particularly GRC India and Template Media, for their kind and generous support to our event.”

All renowned chefs with Template Media COO Rajesh Kumar and Vedatya Director Mr Munjal

Incidentally, both GRC India chief Dr Dhiraj Kumar Singh and Template Media COO Rajesh Kumar also graced the occasion. At the conclusion of the event, all guests were handed over beautifully-crafted flower pots as well, in keeping with the significance of creating awareness about environmental preservation as well.

Students with Chefs and Vedatya chief Mr Sandeep Munjal

The commendable initiative of the Vedatya students assumes significance in view of the global need for preserving the pristine quality of centuries-old Old Delhi delicacies which are the rich repositories of the world food heritage and speak eloquently about the unbroken, assimilative Indian cultural tradition that has survived the vagaries of the time.

 

 

 

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