Hyderabad: Have you ever been to a Hyderabadi wedding? If so, you’d know that it’s a unique celebration that’s unlike any other. From the vibrant attire, to the delectable cuisine, and of course, the lively ‘marfa’ music, it’s a complete sensory experience. Don’t you agree?
Are you eagerly anticipating the opportunity to attend a Hyderabadi Shaadi and savor the delectable, aromatic cuisine for which our city is renowned? If so, make sure to save the date for March 5th, 2023, as a distinctive event will be held in the city that is guaranteed to satiate your craving for Hyderabadi Shaadi ka Khana. However, there is a twist: it’s not an actual wedding!
The rationale behind hosting ‘Hyderabadi Shaadi Ki Dawat’ The well-known food blogger of Hyderabad, Dr. Ahmed Ashfaq, popularly known as “Dr. Foodie,” is organizing a unique event called ‘Hyderabadi Shaadi Ki Dawat,’ where you can experience the authentic food, culture, and hospitality that Hyderabad is renowned for, all in one place. The best part? No one gets married at this event, so you can relish in all the festivities without any of the pressure or anxiety that comes with attending an actual wedding. You can enjoy the shaadi without the fear of being judged by your ‘phuppu’ or ‘chachi.’ Zetch Digital Solutions (Ayesha Sultana & Hasnain Ul Haq) are powering the event.
Dr. Foodie spoke to Siasat.com and shared the main idea behind his unique concept. He noticed that people from Hyderabad and other parts of India were interested in the food he was posting about Hyderabadi wedding food on social media. This made him think about how he could make this delicious food available to others.
In addition, he said, “Since there is a lot of demand for this type of food, I came up with an idea to organize an event similar to a wedding called ‘shaadi ka event’. This event will allow people to enjoy the genuine Hyderabadi wedding food without having to attend an actual wedding ceremony. It is a wonderful opportunity for people to taste the unique flavors and immerse themselves in the culture of this cuisine.”
Timings: 7pm to 12am
Venue: King’s Palace, Gudi Malkapur, Hyderabad.