Amdavadis in for an action-packed year end

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Summary: Here is a quick guide:TRADITIONAL SATTVIK FOOD FESTIVAL:Gear up to inner cleansing by experiencing traditional sattvik recipes at a food festival in the city. The 15th Sattvik food festival organized by the Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions (SRISTI) will begin from December 23 and organized at AES ground behind Doordarshan TV tower. The food festival will also host a community kitchen (food lab) where people will be taught how to cook healthy in right vessels, right process and with right feelings. While there will be a traditional Sattvik food festival to tickle the taste-buds and offer a break from the fast-paced life, literature lovers will get their share of enjoyment too. Date: Dec 27-31Place: Gujarat Council of Science City, near SG highwayWINTER NIGHT AT THE ZOOThere are fewer occasions when Amdavadis get respite from scorching heat.

With barely a few days left in this year, Ahmedabad, which has been declared as India's first heritage city, is all set to dole out Amdavadis a vibrant and lively year end. The city is gearing to host a plethora of events catering to varied interests. While there will be a traditional Sattvik food festival to tickle the taste-buds and offer a break from the fast-paced life, literature lovers will get their share of enjoyment too , As Reported By DNAIndia.

According to the Newspaper,If these do not interest you, experience the winter and take your children to have an night out at the zoo at Sundarvans or head to Kankaria carnival for fun-packed events. Here is a quick guide: TRADITIONAL SATTVIK FOOD FESTIVAL: Gear up to inner cleansing by experiencing traditional sattvik recipes at a food festival in the city. The 15th Sattvik food festival organized by the Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions (SRISTI) will begin from December 23 and organized at AES ground behind Doordarshan TV tower. The festival will not only have more than 150 stalls, one can expect more traditional fare made of raagi, kodri, millet and bajri as it is mandatory for each stall to have two dishes made from traditional grains.