1. ITC Maurya celebrates royal cuisine in Delhi

ITC Maurya celebrates royal cuisine in Delhi

Culinary heritage from princely states across India comes alive in the capital.

By: | Updated: June 11, 2017 3:59 AM
Members of the royal families of Sailana, Salar Jung, Akheraj, Kangra, Dogra, Rampur and Bhainsrorgarh come together at ITC Maurya in New Delhi to kickstart a 10-week celebration of royal cuisines from these regions.

The classic culinary heritage of the country’s royal gharaanas, where lavish dinners over high tables often witnessed history being written and rewritten, is being celebrated in the national capital. ITC Maurya, along with the descendants of the royal masterchefs and ustaads, is recreating classic dishes of some erstwhile states. In a 10-week journey, The Pavilion is showcasing cuisines from seven different states each weekend. These include cuisines of Kangra (Himachal Pradesh); Sailana (Madhya Pradesh); Akheraj and Bhainsrorgarh (Rajasthan); Salar Jung (Hyderabad); Dogra (Jammu & Kashmir); and Rampur (Uttar Pradesh) regions.

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