Baisakhi Food festival @Radisson hotel, Gurugram

Baisakhi Food festival

@Radisson hotel, Gurugram

Baisakhi, also known as Vaisakhi. The name originates from ‘Baisakh’, the first month according to the Bikram Sambat Hindu calendar Vaisakhi is a harvest festival for people of the Punjab region and is celebrated with huge fanfare and excitement In the Punjab.

Vaisakhi marks the ripening of the rabi harvest. Vaisakhi also marks the Punjabi new year. This day is observed as a thanksgiving day by farmers whereby farmers pay their tribute, thanking God for the abundant harvest. Baisakhi happens on the lucky day when the tenth Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh, founded the Khalsa Panth cult.

Hotel Radisson, Gurugram, launched Baisakhi Food festival, amid great pomp & show, in their very popular restaurant called NH8, in the presence of Team FCBA & others. The ambience of the restaurant, was perfect in tune with this festival theme, marked by cut outs depicting rural Punjab.

The food spread was excellent , serving authentic Punjabi cuisines from latest dishes to the dishes from bygone era, right from starters to the main course & dessert like Fish & chicken pakodas;

pindi chana;

shahi subzi Patiala;

amritsari vadi;

paneer khada masala;

dhabe da tariwala meat;

masala macchi;

kali mirch ka ludhianvi murgh;

mix dal;


balu shahi

& so on.

The servers at the restaurant, wore traditions Punjabi outfits and performed Bhangra, a traditional dance, before the diners. The diners too joinded the dance and it was truly a magical moment.

Team FCBA congratulates the entire team of Hotel Radisson, for conceptualization; arranging & managing the “Baisakhi Food Festival” with such great precision; authenticity and above all for excellent hospitality.

Looking forward to visit , other Special occasions/ food festivals being held regularly at the Hotel Radisson Gurugram.


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