If there’s anything India needs to celebrate, it’s Maggi. #Nationalism
Organized by GoBuzzinga, Delhi will host the day long #MaggiTujheSalaam festival, showcasing various preparations with Maggi as the main ingredient.
Maggi has been around for pretty much as long as we can remember and been the snack of choice for children to adults all over India. When the Maggi ban hit India, people
went batshit realized how much important it was to daily life. GoBuzzinga, a Delhi based hyper-local discovery start-up saw this as an opportunity and decided to organize a tribute to India’s favourite instant noodles in collaboration with Delhi Food Walks. The festival, #MaggitujheSalaam, will take place on February 28 at Nehru Park and will feature an assortment of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes with Maggi noodles as the main ingredient.
Some of the dishes include Shawarmas, Lasagna, Donuts, Seekh Kebab, Samosas, Momos, Butter Chicken, Vodka, Pizza, Keema, Makhani, Chilli Cheese, Butter Fry etc. all containing the delicious Maggi. The festival is a great place for Delhiites and tourists to try some delicious dishes prepared by restaurants, street vendors and home chefs from across the city. Along with the main course, the festival will also feature tantalizing desserts and beverages.
(Courtesy : foodpanda.in)
The atmosphere at #MaggiTujheSalaam will be further enhanced with live music performances throughout the day by acts like Vibranium, Alakh, Ricochet, 6ix MHz, Kali Prasad, Functional Hazzard, and Ankkit Sharma among others. The festival will also showcase Live Doodle Art by Santanu Hazarika, winner of the World Doodle Championship in South Africa along with hyper realistic art and an exhibition of string art.
Organizers have stated that they are planning to expand and take the first of its kind festival to other cities as well. So cross your fingers, and hope that it comes to your city next!
Until then, we leave you with this picture of Arvind Kejriwal eating Maggi :
(Courtesy : dainikbhaskar.in)