Even as the country showcased its military might and cultural
on the 61st Republic Day today, a series of events were held in the
Capital to spread the message of National Integration on the
On the occasion of celebration of the
Indian Republic completing 60 years, cultural events were held by
many corporate bodies to ring in the 61st Republic Day.
On the eve of the Republic Day, RT
Outsourcing services Limited organised RT Aagman 2010, an annual
cultural event of the organisation to create and bond and rejoice
the success of the company as ''one family''.
The programme, where Executive Director
of MAIT, Vinnie Mehta was the chief guest, saw India's cultural
diversity and the message of National Integration emphasised through
of the employees participating from different parts of the country.
Speaking at the event, held at Delhi's
Kamani auditorium last night, the MD of RT outsourcing Services LTD,
Shammi Moza said RT Aagman was an annual event held by the
organisation for the last eight years to show National Integration.
On the occasion of Republic Day, 'Baujee
Ka Dhaba', a renowned food outlet in the NCR town of Gurgaon, served
its customers popular delicacies from 28 different states of India
to celebrate spirit of the Republic Day.
The 'Baujee Ka Bada Khana', having the
theme 'Love for freedom', is being offered at the outlet at
Metropolitan Mall, Gurgaon.
''India has seen a wide variety of
cuisines from all over the world due to the various cultures
contributing generously. Whether it was the Mughal era that
introduced the Indians to the rich Mughlai food or the
popularised by the ancient civilization, the
of food in India is diverse and rich", Rajan Omprakash Mehra,
Managing Director said.
eight states of India have different flavors to offer, creating an
unending chain of delicacies. 'Baujee Ka Dhaba' is serving these
popular delicacies from 28 different states of India to celebrate
spirit of the Republic Day,'' he said.
''I had personally visited Wagah and
Hussainiwala borders to find out what Jawaans love to eat. They
cook, eat and enjoy together to celebrate the feeling of Republic
Day in their encampments. And from these Jawaans we got inspiration
to do Baujee Ka Bada Khana (in same comportment),'' Rajan said.