01/5This is what the leaders will eat during G20 summit
G20 Summit is one of the most prominent events to be held in India. Starting in New Delhi from September 9 till the 10th of September, the event is garnering a lot of buzz. While there is tight security around the whole city and all kinds of measures are being undertaken to provide utmost comfort and security to the leaders of the world, the Modi-led government has taken extra care of the food being served to the foreign delegates. According to reports, all the guests will enjoy various delicacies from across the country. This would be the first time that any South Asian country will be hosting the G20 Summit. The Modi-led government is leaving no stone unturned to showcase India’s diversity and culture to all the foreign delegates. From grassroot arrangements to food selection, everything is being done meticulously. For those who don’t know about this summit, you will be surprised to know that as many as 3,500 foreign media delegates will be attending the G20 summit. Talking about the G20 menu being served at Bharat Mandapam, Pragati Maidan, a variety of foods will be served. Want to know more about it, read on. (Image courtesy: Reuters)
02/5Millets thali is the most special
The whole world is celebrating the year 2023 as Millets Year upon the initiative of India. Due to this, this time around the imprint of PM Narendra Modi’s ‘ShriAnn’ is also going to be seen in the menu card of G20 Summit. Only pure vegetarian food will be served to all the guests coming to the summit. A special kind of millets thali has been prepared for everyone.
03/5Dishes made from coarse grains will be prepared
If reports are to be believed, the food menu will include more than 100 dishes. In which, many dishes will be made from coarse grains like millet, ragi, jowar and sesame etc. In this menu, everything from starter to main course is being prepared from millets i.e. coarse grains.
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Talking about the dishes, the news has it that many special dishes and sweets like Bihar’s Litti-Chokha, Rajasthani Dal Bati Churma, Punjabi Tadka Dal, Uttapam and Idli, Bengali Rasgulla, South India’s Masala Dosa, Jalebi will be being served alongside millets. Will go. The specialities of different states of India will visible in the menu.
05/5Guests will be treated to street food
Apart from this, like every time, this time also PM Modi will definitely give the taste of desi street food to his foreign guests. The list of street food will include Golgappa, Dahi Bhalla, Samosa, Bhelpuri, Vada Pav and Chatpati Chaat.
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