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Assam’s annual fruit mixing ceremony in Guwahati sets the stage for festive joy

As the countdown to Christmas began, the annual festival celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, Guwahati in Assam hosted its much-awaited annual festival ,fruit mixing function, On Saturday, the air was filled with the lovely scent of holiday cheer. Adding a gourmet touch to the festivities, Nayanjyoti Saikia, winner of the seventh season of ‘Master Chef India’, graced the occasion and enhanced the festive spirit, according to a press release.

Reflecting on the event, Saikia said, “Participating in the Fruit Blend Festival has been an absolute pleasure. It’s great to see communities come together to celebrate traditions and create lasting memories. The festive spirit here is truly infectious.

“We are thrilled to host another successful fruit blending event marking the beginning of the holiday season. The presence of culinary expert Nayanjyoti Saikia added an extra layer of excitement to the event, enhancing the overall experience of the participants. We look forward to spreading happiness and creating lasting memories for people this festive season,” said one of the organizers of the event.

The fruit mixing ceremony, a cherished tradition, marks the beginning of the festive season with a joyful mix of fruits and zest. The release said that this symbolic event is not just about mixing the ingredients, but it is a celebration of happier times to come and a hearty start to the season of giving.

Year after year, the act of mixing fruits has evolved into a beloved ritual, creating long-lasting and memorable memories for participants and spectators alike. It said the air echoed with lively conversation, joy and laughter.

Originating in England, Christmas pudding, also known as plum pudding, holds a special place in the hearts of those who participate in this iconic celebration. The release further states that five weeks before Christmas, prepared on or after the Sunday before Advent, each member or child of the family takes part in stirring the pudding, and wishing the best for the season.

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