Pujo | Shoshthi

On Shoshthi, the common trend all over Delhi is to hold a home cooked food festival cum cookery competition. The event is called ‘Anandomela’ which when transliterated means Fun Fare. Essentially a married women’s domain this event, I in my 30 years have never seen a young unmarried girl or a man (of any age) putting up a food stall. Children have a lot of fun since the money that the aunties charge for their hand made delicacies is only a token amount. Bongs love to eat and feed. In Dwarka Bongio Samaj (Sector 10) and Ikotaan (Sector 3 and … Continue reading Pujo | Shoshthi

Bangali r Pujo

Introduction Pujo, Durga Pujo, rishtey mein the baap of all festivals the biggest affair for any bong ever born on this earth. Bongs do everything with a lot of hum drum. They are a unique specie. You can either love a bong or hate a bong. If you are standing a public Q, lets say at an ATM counter you would find most people there are quiet. If you happen to hear people talking, I bet the language you are hearing is Bengali. Understandably they give their best during their greatest festival which is celebrated all over the world be … Continue reading Bangali r Pujo