New Delhi, Jan 28 (IANS) The culture and flavours of Jharkhand have come alive here at the four-day ‘Awwa Hamar Gaam’ event being held at the Red Fort.
From rustic delicacies to the enamoring Chou dance form, popular food items and primitive arts and handicrafts kept alive by tribal artisans – the event is showcasing the beautiful and intriguing attractions of the state at the Bharat Parva 2016.
“The department is focusing strongly on promoting tourism to the state, which has several tourist attractions, scenic waterfalls, beautiful forests and a rich history. Chief Minister Raghubar Das is taking personal interest in activities to promote tourism in the state,” Jharkhand Tourism director Suchitra Sinha said.
Among the irresistible attractions at the state pavilion are mouth-watering delicacies like dhooska meat, mutton-jhor, murgi jhor, rehu jhor for non-vegetarian foodies to vegetarian delights like peetha, usna chawal, kurthi dal, chilka, kachari, footkal saag, kacchu masala and maduwa roti, as well as dhooska-barra.