Glimpses of India will be seen on every utensil, Ashok Chakra engraved on the salt tray
New Delhi (EMS). During the G-20 summit, foreign guests will be served food in gold-silver utensils. For this, 15 thousand silver utensils have been prepared. However, all the preparations for the G-20 are almost complete now. Along with the venue Bharat Mandapam, chefs of different hotels of Delhi have also prepared their menu. The special thing is that dinner will be served to these foreign guests in silver utensils. A set of 15,000 silver utensils has been prepared for this. 200 artisans of IRIS Metal Ware Company in Jaipur have prepared this set by working hard day and night. This set has been sent to different hotels in Delhi. Apart from 160 kg of silver, brass and steel have also been used in it. The special thing is that the picture of Ashok Chakra is also engraved on the salt tray of this dinner set. The company making the utensils claims that a glimpse of Indian culture will be visible on the plates, bowls and spoons.
It is noteworthy that from September 8 to 10, dinner will be organized for foreign guests at Bharat Mandapam of Pragati Maidan. These utensils of IRIS system have been designed by Rajeev Pabuwal and Lakshya Pabuwal. Its theme is ‘Fusion Elegance’, which reflects the confluence of artistry and unity in diversity of India. IRIS has said that we embrace the empathy of India’s culture, art and hospitality. From floral designs to Ashoka Chakra symbols, these silver utensils prepared for the dinner of foreign guests have been depicted. The designs on the utensils also reflect semi-mechanized hand craftsmanship. To prepare this dinner set, the company employed 200 artisans from Karnataka, Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand. According to the company’s Managing Director Rajeev Pabuwal, special care has been taken of Indian culture while preparing each and every utensil. There is a thought behind every design. You will get a glimpse of the diversity of India in these utensils. We have named this entire dinner set Fusion Elegance. Serving food in silver utensils is considered auspicious. Especially in Indian culture, silver is used in all auspicious works be it fasts, festivals or marriages. Along with this, silver also has special importance from scientific point of view.
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