4 Insanely Delicious Food Fests in India

 

Did you know that India is a host to some of the finest food carnivals in the world? With 29 states on the list and with it, a sundry and an extraordinary cultural vibrancy, the Indian food fests are loaded with the zest of sinful flavours that serves to be a heavenly paradise for your gastronomic desires. Here is the list of 4 most famous food fests in India:

food fest in India

  1. The Taj Mahotsav, Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Held annually in Agra, in the month of February, the Taj Mahotsav in a spectacular fair in Uttar Pradesh that not only presents an extravaganza culinary experience, but also presents an epoch of the Indian culture with pageant cultural performances, especially inspired from the state of UP and the glory of the wonder, Taj Mahal.

  1. National Street Food Festival (NSFF), CP, New Delhi

street food festival

At the heart of the capital, the NSFF is held annually at Connaught Place, Delhi, usually in the month of February. Created the National Association of Street Vendors of India, the festival showcases India’s rich heritage of street food, ranging from India’s favourites like Gol Gappe and Aloo Tikki Chaat to rare treasures like Kangam of Nagaland and Special Kachoris of Bikaner.

  1. The Gourmet High Street, Gurgaon, Haryana

One of the most sensational and elite food fairs of the country that is celebrated by renowned star chefs like Sarah Todd, Gautam Mehrishi, Kunal Kapoor, Saransh Goila and others, the Gourmet High Street fair takes its stall at Leisure Valley Huda Grounds, in the month of December. Experience a wide range of worldwide cuisines and gourmet food at this gorgeous food fair.

  1. Great Indian Food Festival, Pitampura, New Delhi

Last, but not the least, this fest can be counted as the biggest food fair of India, wherein thousands of food lovers, visit Delhi, from across the world, in the 3rd Week of January, to enjoy the subtle flavours of India under a unique fair arrangement. Delhi Haat in itself is a celebrated centre, where both foreigners and the Indians can shop for state specialities and taste the charisma of Indian food at a fair entry price.

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