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Prominent 01 Royal Families Came Together for the “Royal Feast” by Harper’s Bazaar Bride

by PrittlePrattleNews

Celebrating the advent of the regal wedding season, Harper’s Bazaar Bride and BMW in association with Gemfields recently concluded Royal Feast, at The Lodhi, New Delhi. Inspired by the November issue of Harper’s Bazaar Bride that curated exclusive content for the bride who wants nothing less than a royal wedding affair, the event brought together the capital’s crème de la crème for an evening of cocktails, conversations, folk entertainment, and a buffet-cum-sit-down dinner hosted by Editor Nupur Mehta Puri.

(L-R) Sanjay Thapar, Nupur Mehta Puri, JJ Valaya, Rahul Mishra

For the first time ever, HARPER’S BAZAAR BRIDE brought together 12 prominent royal families of the region together including the young generation to the old, in a spectacular chronicle style presentation for all brides to take inspiration from through photoshoots in the November issue. And to mark this momentous occasion for the magazine, The Royal Feast exhibited these works of art for the guests. Also displayed was royal-style jewellery by Gyan, Jaipur, for guests to browse through.

Aroon Purie, Rekha Purie, Ashish Bagga, Rahul Mishra, Suket Dhir and guests

The décor for the event by Rohit Bal Luxury Weddings set the tone for the evening with Indian style accents of tuberoses, roses, and diyas, while the long sit-down table itself presented a vibe fit for a king. Guests were treated to cocktails by Aspri Spirits, while the Rajasthani folk dances and music by Umrao Khan Folk Artists kept the crowd entertained over hors d’oeuvres. This was followed by dinner service, and the night was wrapped up with gifts from SoulTree, Bonhomia, and Rosarte.

In modern times, the Chinese term “Manhan Quanxi” can be used as an idiomatic statement to describe any large-scale meal. For example, various media outlets may refer to a dinner event as “Manhan Quanxi,” and there are numerous cooking competitions in China that use the same name,[4] without directly alluding to the royal feast’s original significance. The name is also frequently used in product names in the culinary business, as evidenced by several firms’ sauce and quick noodles brands.

When the Manchus conquered China in the seventeenth century, they replaced the palace chefs, most of whom were Shandong natives, with Manchu cooks. Until the Qianlong emperor invited prominent cooks from the south to join the palace kitchen, Manchu food was the principal dish served in the palace. These Shandong, southern, and Manchu ingredients were combined in a new style of cookery that was dubbed a “Manchu-Chinese feast” (Man Han quanxi). This form of dinner was not common at imperial banquets, but it quickly became fashionable, spreading to places like Canton and Tianjin by the nineteenth century.

Seen at the event were Aroon Purie, Rekha Purie, Kalli Purie, Koel Purie, Sanjay Thapar, Deputy Trade Commissioner Martino Castellani from the Italian Embassy, Minister Counselor Christoph Meyenberg from the Austrian Embassy, Sunil Sethi, the royal families from Baroda, Jaipur, Kotwara, Nepal, Rampur, Wankaner, Tehri, Jhabua, Seohara, Mandawa, Pratapgarh, and Kangra, Rohit Bal, JJ Valaya, Varun Bahl, Rohit Gandhi, Rahul Khanna, Leena Singh, Anju Modi, Rahul Mishra, Hemant Sagar, Raghavendra Rathore, Ameeta Seth, Pia Pauro, Andrea Aftab Pauro, Kalyani Saha, Sapna Kumar, Rupak Sen, Niharika Shekhawat, and Gautam Kalra amidst many others.

The Royal Feast was presented by HARPER’S BAZAAR BRIDE and BMW in association with Gemfields. The hospitality partner for the event was The Lodhi, New Delhi and the event partner was Rohit Bal Luxury Weddings. Invitation partner was Ravish Kapoor. Celebration partner for the event was Aspri Spirits. Jewellery displayed was by Gyan, Jaipur. Gifting partners were SoulTree, Bonhomie, and Rosarte. 

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