Durga Puja 2017 celebrations have kickstarted. Here's a food guide to feasting at Durga Puja pandals this year.
Come Durga Puja, and it is the time for feasting. If you prefer a hassle-free Durga Puja feasting, away from the madness at CR Park, then head to these restaurants.
Just like wasabi, kasundi is highly pungent mustard sauce, with the power to zing your nasal passages and bring tears to your eyes.
With Durga Puja right round the corner, food lovers are already gearing up for the food feasts. Don't miss Bengali Devilled Eggs or Dimer Devil.
During four-five days of Durga Puja, devotees of Goddess Durga offer her with variety of bhog, prasad and puja offerings till the time she departs for heaven.The bhog consists of scrumptious home-made Bengali cuisine.
The Ananda Mela,is the tradition where a host of local women offer home-cooked food like Biryani, Kosha Mangsho, Mutton Chops, Ghugni, Sandesh, Narkel Naru on the evening before the puja begins.