Hockey team unveils new slogan to celebrate NHL All-Star Weekend, with a vegetarian biryana restaurant
Vijayawa is a village in Maharashtra state, about 40km from Mumbai, home to the epicenter of Indian-American hockey culture.
The village, the home of the Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, is known for its biryakas, Indian fried chicken and curry, and a number of other delicacies.
On Monday, the team unveiled a new slogan on its official website to celebrate the NHL All Star Weekend.
The slogan, “VijayAWADA BIRYANA,” was the name of a biryanna restaurant in the village.
The new slogan, which is also on the team’s Twitter account, includes a vegetarian version of the biryabadi.
“We have to thank our neighbours who have supported us to create a biyani restaurant in our village,” said Vikram Khemka, the president of Vijaya Biryana, which has a small staff.
The biryaya is the main ingredient of the dish, which usually has beef and chicken, as well as vegetables.
The team also included a quote from the Bhagavad Gita, an Indian scripture, on the menu: “Food is not for sale.
Food is a gift from God.”
This is the second time the team has used the Bhavnaprakash mantra, a prayer in the Bhakti language that has been adopted as the official language of India.
The anthem was sung during the first NHL All Stars game in 2013, in the United States, and is used to sing at every NHL game.
A number of biryavadas were also featured in the game, including a chicken biyana and a vegetarian option, although they were not vegetarian versions of the restaurant.
The Biryani Village has been in existence for over 70 years, but is home to only a few people.
The restaurant has been run by Vikram since 2011.