Halwa to Gujiya were served at Queen Elizabeth’s party
Indian cuisines are famous all around the world. People from different countries admire Indian cuisines and culture. Recently, Raj puri, Halwa, gujiya and tandoori chicken were served at the Buckingham Palace for Queen Elizabeth’s party to mark the UK-India Year of Culture 2017. These delicious foods were served at Queen’s party. These delicious food were cooked by the royal chefs. The Queen, along with Prince Charles and Kate Middleton, welcomed guests such as veteran actor Kamal Haasan, cricket legend Kapil Dev and sitar maestro Anoushka Shankar.
Legends were quoted saying
Legends received warm welcome in Queen Elizabeth’s party. Veteran actor Kamal Hassan was quoted saying, “India is so diverse that one can’t stop falling in love. Fifteen languages and English are spoken in just one country and we go back so many years. We are so familiar with their culture too.” Apart from film stars, cricket legend and Former cricket captain Kapil Dev, who led India to its 1983 World Cup victory in England, added “This culture year should have been done much before, but better late than never. We hope to see and participate in as much cultural exchange.”
Well, as Britain prepares to initiate Article 50 to enable its exit from the European Union next month, many in India are hoping that it will manage a free trade agreement with Britain post. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, “Brexit should not be interpreted as a way by Britain to shut its doors, but to open up to the rest of the world. We will negotiate a free trade deal when we legally can, once the EU exit begins and ends. On free trade and people, they have to decide based on their policy. “
The highlight of the grand party was too big for the palace – a colourful projection of India and at the centre of it, a peacock.