Pranav ansal turn host for Delhi Food Carnival
Pranav ansal hosted the 2nd Delhi Food Carnival on 27th and 28th January, 2018 at South Extension as the venue partner. With the theme being — ‘When Old Meets New,’ this fiesta featured live musical performances by Nizami Bandhu, renowned Qawwali group, of Rockstar fame, Hardy Sandhu, popular Punjabi singer and Tony Kakkar, the latest singing sensation.
Also in line with the theme — ‘When Old Meets New,’ were the dishes available at Delhi Food Carnival. The diverse cuisine ranged from the traditional Old Delhi dishes to the modern day new dishes. While there were stalls offering Kashmiri Wazwaan, chicken, kebabs, chaat, Indian sweets, and beverages, numerous food counters stuffed with pizzas, ice-creams, and noodles were also there. The options were so many, that the visitors were spoilt for choice! This festival stood true to its theme by beautifully blending the old with the new, a combination that is both unique and amazing.
Exciting games and food eating competitions like Paan Eating competition was also one of the interesting parts of the event. These competitions and fun games brought out the child in everyone and were thoroughly enjoyed by one and all. Shopping booths further added to the charm of the event and attracted huge crowd.
Ansal API was established in 1967 as a family business. Today, it has risen to the apex of the real estate sector and is among the top most Realty and Infrastructure companies of India. The credit of its exponential success goes to Mr. Sushil Ansal, Chairman, Ansal API who with his dedication and dynamism has taken Ansal API to new heights.
The Delhi Food Carnival was a treat for all the food and music lovers. It provided a common ground to both the local vendors from the city to showcase their dishes and promote their food outlets and also to the visitors to experience lip-smacking and diverse cuisines, wonderful music and exciting games all under one roof! The two day event was filled with fun and offered heavy dose of entertainment and enjoyment. It received an overwhelming response and was attended by more than 9,000 people.