The Andhra Pradesh family arranged a grand feast for the future son-in-law with 365 dishes. watch videos

The Andhra Pradesh family arranged a grand feast for the future son-in-law with 365 dishes.  watch videos

A family in Andhra Pradesh arranged a grand feast for their future son-in-law with 365 dishes on the menu.

The Andhra Pradesh family arranges a grand feast for the future son-in-law. (Image courtesy: Ashish Pandey)

Sankranti is a big festival (Peda Panduga) in Andhra Pradesh. It sees families returning to their native places to celebrate Bhogi-Sankranti-Kanuma. However, a family in West Godavari’s Narasapuram did something unique to celebrate the festival and it became the talk of the town on social media. He arranged a grand feast for his future son-in-law and the menu was very elaborate.

The family hosted a royal feast for their future son-in-law and there were 365 items on the menu.

In the Telugu tradition, it is customary to invite the son-in-law to the annual harvest festival and the family shows their love for their future son-in-law by preparing 365 dishes. The extensive food menu included 30 different types of curries, rice, biryani, pulihora, 100 different types of traditional and modern sweets, 15 different types of ice cream, pastries, cakes, hot and cold drinks and fruits.

T Subrahmanyam and Annapurna, natives of Krishna district, arranged the marriage of their son Saikrishna to Kundavi, daughter of gold merchant Atyam Venkateswara Rao and Madhavi of West Godavari.

To celebrate the festival, the bride’s grandfather Achanta Govind and grandmother Nagmani decided to give a grand welcome to their grandson and his family.

The family members of both the bride and groom also participated in celebrating the festival.

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