Hannover Trade Fair to savour Indian delicacies

Chef Ravitej Nath from The Oberoi Group, Chef Hemant Oberoi of Taj, Chef Manjit Gill of ITC and Marriott’s Executive Chef Girish Krishnan along with their teams will represent Indian cuisine at the international platform.
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Experience India Society, an initiative of the leading hotel chains and tour operators through a public- private partnership with the Ministry of Tourism is all set to offer unique experiences of India through incredible cuisine at the upcoming Hannover Messe 2015 in Germany.

This will be one of the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology. The event will witness leading Indian hospitality brands coming together under the aegis of Experience India Society to promote and market India as a preferred tourist destination through rich culinary experiences. India is the partner country for Hannover Messe 2015, which will be inaugurated jointly by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on April 13, 2015.

Themed around Make in India, foreign investors and visitors will get a chance to savour delicious Indian cuisine by 40 renowned chefs from leading six hotel chains such as Taj Group, The Oberoi Group, ITC Hotels, Marriott, Leela Hotels and Hyatt Hotels.

Chef Ravitej Nath from The Oberoi Group, Chef Hemant Oberoi of Taj, Chef Manjit Gill of ITC and Marriott’s Executive Chef Girish Krishnan along with their teams will represent Indian cuisine at the international platform. “It is a privilege to be a part of the world’s biggest industrial fair and showcase Indian cuisine to the global audience. This will further provide impetus to our efforts of promoting India as a unique tourist destination,” said Sushil Gupta, President - Experience India Society. Under the auspices of Experience India Society, the menu based on Prithvi-Rasa will present the sustainable cuisine of India.

Prithvi refers to Earth and Rasa refers to sense of taste in Sanskrit. The different permutation of the five elements of nature - Air, Fire, Water, Earth and Space – lead to the formation of six rasas - madhura (sweet), amla (sour), lavana (salty), katu (pungent), tikta (bitter) and kashaya (astringent).

The culinary experience aspires to encompass a pan India experience through menu featuring epicurean delights such as dal bukhara, dummurgh biryani, shammi kebab and gulabjamun.

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