Every special day has its own story to tell.
But, when it comes to celebrating Biryani, a special story doesn’t ring a bell.
doesn’t ring a bell. That’s why we are making our own
Biryani, the most loved, cooked, and ordered dish of India,
needs its due, and to celebrate this finest day, we need only the finest Basmati.
So with Daawat-e-Biryani, India has now got its
Biryani Day on 3rd July
2022, the First Sunday of July.
The love for Biryani needs no proof. Right from Bollywood stars, to sports stars, to die-hard foodies, everyone has a special place for Biryani in their hearts. And hence, Biryani is one of the most loved and shared dishes on social media, too. Biryani hashtags have been used more than 3.8 million times across Instagram.Instagram
In 2020, 90 biryanis were ordered per minute; in 2021, India ordered 115 biryanis per minute or 2 biryanis per second. More than 6 crore biryani orders were placed on the online platform.
Biryani is searched 4.7 million times every month in India. And Biryani Recipe is searched the most over the weekends, with maximum searches surging on a Sunday, making Sunday the most important day for us to cook and celebrate Biryani.Google Trends Report