Tipra Women Federation Hosts Indigenous Food Festival in Agartala


The Tipra Women Federation (TWF) Central Committee, the women’s wing of the Tipra Motha Party, orchestrated a vibrant Food Festival on October 15th at The Manikya Court, North Gate, Agartala. The event featured an array of delectable indigenous dishes, showcasing the rich culinary heritage of the region.

The festival attracted a diverse crowd, including several Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs), Members of District Council (MDCs), Executive Members (EMs), and local residents from various corners of Agartala City. Attendees were treated to a tantalizing spread of mouthwatering delicacies, providing a platform to savor and appreciate the unique flavors of Tripura.

The event served as a celebration of the state’s cultural diversity, highlighting the importance of preserving and promoting indigenous cuisine. Traditional dishes, known for their distinctive ingredients and preparation methods, were lovingly prepared and presented by skilled culinary experts.

The Tipra Women Federation, known for its active involvement in community initiatives, aimed to create an inclusive space for cultural exchange and culinary exploration. Through events like these, the organization seeks to foster a sense of unity and pride among the people of Tripura, while also promoting the state’s rich cultural tapestry.

The Food Festival also served as an opportunity for local culinary talents to showcase their skills, providing a platform for them to gain recognition and appreciation from a wider audience.

Overall, the event was a resounding success, leaving attendees with a heightened appreciation for the culinary heritage of Tripura. The Tipra Women Federation’s efforts to preserve and celebrate indigenous cuisine were met with enthusiastic support, further reinforcing the importance of such cultural initiatives within the community.



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