India’s leading Ayurvedic health care company Dabur India ltd has planned to redefine the special moments of life by making Durga Puja, the biggest festival of West Bengal special. Riding on the success of performing breakthrough activities in the past, Dabur is strengthening its ties with people of Kolkata, by focusing on the need and mood of the season in terms of healthy life and celebration. To celebrate Durga Puja, Dabur has set up an exclusive “Hajmola Chatpata Zone” at Ballygunge Cultural Association Durga Puja Pandal. Dabur is installing a 16-feet-high Dabur Hajmola bottle at the pandal. .
Where :Kebab-e- Que, The Astor Hotel, Shakespeare Sarani Date: September 26 to 30 Time: Lunch: 12:30pm-4pm| Dinner: 7:30pm-12:00 midnight Price: INR 1098 plus GST What: Bangalir Rannaghar - The extravagant buffet spread, Bangalir Rannaghar, includes dishes from all parts of the state. The menu highlights consist of Chingri Malai Curry, Murshidabadi Matir Harir Kosha Mangsho, Pomfret Aam Ada Sorshe, Nababi Mangsher Tikkia, Piyaj Morich Morola Macher Chochori, Dhakai Murgir Roast, Eechorer Kalia, Mochar Ghonto, Chanar Kofta Curry and ends on a sweet note with Brownie Kheer Sandesh, for all our vegetarian and non-vegetarian patrons. .
The quintessence of Bengali culture and celebrations goes synonymous with good food. As the city gears up for the biggest festival of Durga Puja, The Sand Restaurant, De Sovrani Hotel located at DD Block, Sector 1, Salt Lake, explores the real taste of Bengal cuisine with ‘ Maach Mishti ar Apni’. After a good dose of Pandal Hoping, dig into a host of delicacies offered at the restaurant. Speaking about the Puja menu, General Manger, De Sovrani Hotel, Sumit Dasgupta said, “For all the rhythmic dhak beats, themed pandals and flashy attires, for most Bengalis, Durga Puja is incomplete without its’ gastronomic delights. At Hotel De Sovrani, we aim to satisfy all these desires and offer something more!” .