I learnt last Christmas that a party doesn’t has to always be at a disc, hotel or a resort. I am 25, and it’s about time I stopped throwing the birthday treats which by now have turned monotonous. Last Christmas my sister had organized a special Christmas get-together in a small orphanage. I happened to be in Kolkata and hence I got to attend the function.
I have now decided that my next party will be a one with a noble gesture. Using items from the Kitchens of India (KOI) I have decided to arrange a party at an orphanage for kids. The ideal way to go about it is to keep it plain and simple. Extravagant items would make it to flashy and hence I would first arrange for chappatis/bread and then club them with the simple curries offered by KOI platter. Amidst adorable smiles and innocent eyes I have decided to spread the smell of simple curries like murgh methi and paneer darbari.
To encourage a little sweetness I would give it a touch of the halwas in the platter. A simple yet innovative in its own way, I have decided to throw this special party in the coming New Year or my birthday with my own salary.
It’s time I realize that there is more to life than just the fancy cinema halls and eat outs.
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