Double Treat On August 15: Independence Day And Raksha Bandhan Celebration


Double Treat On August 15: Independence Day And Raksha Bandhan Celebration

It is time for a double celebration this 15th of August at Puchkalicious. Both the occasions reunite family and friends over flag hoisting ceremony, food, chit-chat along with never-ending fun. Rakshabandhan is a very old and traditional festival of India that symbolized an everlasting bond between a brother and a sister. Not only brothers and sisters but it is also celebrated among cousins, sisters, sisters-in-law, fraternal aunt, nephew, niece, and other similar relations. This day reunites all the cousins, sisters and brothers to celebrate the sibling love together. The sisters tie Rakhi on the wrist of brothers which is a sign that a brother will always shower his love and blessing upon his sister and vice versa.

On the other hand, Independence Day is celebrated every year on this day in honor of the birthday of our nation. People gather together and do the flag hoisting ceremony and sing our National Anthem ‘Jana Gana Mana’. Through this act, we show our love and respect to all those freedom fighters who fought for an Independent India and won the victory.

Independence Day

This year, the celebration of Independence Day has become double as Rakshabandhan also falls on the same day. On this double celebration, Puchkalicious is overwhelmed and ready to celebrate the two occasions with good food, great enthusiasm, and joy. Indulge in some mouthwatering puchkas to make the double celebration a big treat for all family and friends.


The most hygienic puchkas of Kolkata brings to you some flavor that is apt for the celebration such as sweet treats that include Dahi puchka, tutti-fruity puchka, Nutella puchka with icecream and pan puchka. These sweet treats are perfect desserts after lunch or brunch. There are also many delicious treats for people who do not have a sweet tooth and prefer to eat some tangy and spicy combination. For such people, jaljeera puchka, traditional old puchka, are available. For people who prefer to eat something crunchy can indulge in sev puchka, kurkure puchka, and peanut puchka. Last but not the least, cheese puchka, cheese burst puchka, corn mayo puchka are available for all cheese lovers.

Do visit the outlet in City Centre 2 or RDB Cinemas, or simply order online using Zomato, Swiggy or UberEats. The choice is yours. Happy Independence Day and Raksha Bandhan!

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