After a hectic week long schedule, one always yearn for a refreshing Sunday with family and near and dear ones.

Lives are slowing getting back to normal after harrowing COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns that threw lives completely out of gear.

People for most parts of last year had to remain indoors, staying away from friends, near and dear ones and on many occasions, also from families.

With lives gaining momentum back, day to day business of people are slowly taking the front seat, causing mental and physical fatigue throughout the week.

Thus, in a bid to put a break to the mechanical life system of yours and rejuvenating you for your week ahead, Vivanta (by Taj) in Guwahati, has re-launched its ‘Carnival Sundays’ for you and your family.

“Carnival Sundays, celebrate lives with your family like never before” by Vivanta Guwahati, is certainly the destination you desire every Sunday, if you want to spend some quality time with your family.

‘Carnival Sundays’, as the name goes by, is no less than a carnival that tries to propagate the brunch concept, which is still very new in the Northeast.

Brunch is a combination of breakfast and lunch, and has some form of alcoholic drink (most usually champagne or a cocktail) served with it.

Sun-kissed lawn dining, interactive kitchen and barbeque, exquisite international cuisine, tropical bar and zesty cocktails, live music performances, open play spaces for kids, tarot card reading and on the spot mehendi, will definitely give you a carnival feeling.

The most striking feature of ‘Carnival Sundays’ is lawn dining with interactive kitchen and barbeque that offers mouth-watering dishes that caters to both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

Speaking about the cuisines that are on put on offer during ‘Carnival Sundays’, Chef of the Taj Group Sumalia Sarkar said, “We have started a new brunch concept known as tropical garden brunch. Accordingly we have planned the dishes. Variety of cuisines are incorporated while planning the menu. Be it Asian, local Assamese dishes, north Indian food or contemporary dishes. Every Sunday we serve different contemporary food. We change the menu every week. We specially focus on balancing the food menu keeping in mind both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.”

Notably, the chefs have also maintained a good balance between international cuisines and local Assamese dishes.

Assamese dishes include Sogolir Mangkho (Mutton curry), Bhangon mass, Bengena pitika (mashed brinjal) and Aloo pitika (smashed potato).

Coming to the tropical bar and zesty cocktails, the hotel has brought in a new set of mock tails and cocktails, apart from the regular form of alcoholic drinks.

Other notable striking features of the ‘Carnival Sundays’ are the tarot card reading and on the spot mehendi.

All of these are on offer at a reasonable price of only Rs 2000 per person.

So next Sunday, if you are really planning to spend some quality time with your family, do visit Vivanta, Guwahati and rejuvenate yourself at the ‘Carnival Sundays’.

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