Ranchi, Jan. 31: At the ongoing Bharat Parv, Jharkhand tourism’s stall with authentic delicacies and cultural tradition of this tribal heartland has won the heart of Delhities.
Amidst great environment and windy weather, the warmth of ‘Jharkhandi Thaali’ and its aroma has augmented the appetite of Delhi. No wonder the hospitality and the delicacies from the kitchen of adivasi household has tickled the taste buds of visitors, so much so that people are repeatedly coming to the stall to find solace.
Some well-known tribal food items in the platter are chhilka, dhuska, kurthi daal, red rice, maduwa roti, lal saag, khassi jhor, dehati chicken, dudhiya and dudh peetha,.
All these dishes are otherwise not very popular nationally, but Bharat Parv has given a great platform to the chef’s of Jharkhand to woo the world through their culinary skills.
Tourism department, Government of Jharkhand, is taking things with great passion which can well be seen when state tourism director Suchitra Sinha herself took the charge of inviting and introducing Jharkhand ki Thaali to the visitors in the stall.
Apart from the cuisine there’s lot to offer in the stall by the state tourism department. In terms of showcasing the art, craft and folk culture through dance, which are immensely liked and have been captured by the visitors through the lens.
Jharkhand’s buzz is also being witnessed in the national capital’s Pragati Maidan, where the 23rd South Asia Travel and Tourism Exchange program is ongoing. This event is witnessing visitors from different states flocking around and enquiring about tribal heartland, Jharkhand.
Sinha finds this a great sign to promote tourism in the state and make the world realise what Jharkhand can offer to them.