Monday, 21 September 2015

Savor the salty delights of Eid-al-Adha at Bikanervala

The festival of Eid-al-Adha is here, bringing with it the spirit of sacrifice. Also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, Eid-al-Adha reminds us all of how one should worship god, that is, without fear and with faith. But the festival also brings along rejuvenation and merry as everyone remembers the creator and dedicates a day to his worship. What it also brings is a yummy feast and Bikanervala invites you all to enjoy it with its delicious menu.

In our country, Eid is a festival which reminisces us of our unity with other religions. India is a land of all castes and communities and Eid becomes a messenger of this amity in diversification. This festival ought to be special and we make it so at Bikanervala.

Eid-al-Adha is called the ‘Salty Eid’ as what we savor on this holy day is spicy delights made of rice.  Bikanervala serves an variety of rice (special eco meal).

Bikanervala is a firm believer of unity in all religions and hence it celebrates all festivals with an incomparable vigor and vitality. Come and be a part of this unity as peoples from all religions gather together at Bikanervala to relish the salty delights of Eid-al-adha.


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