Recently, I attended a marriage ceremony and enjoyed a sumptuous Wazwan in a relatives house situated near a dying city lake in downtown. Later I found heaps of leftover food being taken out in hand carts for disposal not in some Municipal dumper but on the lake side.
How indifferent can we be? How can our greed make us so selfish that we forget about our future generations? More over there needs check on food wastage. There is nothing wrong with Wazwan perse. Wazwan is our rich heritage. All we need is reforming the way we serve it. We must respect each and every grain that a farmer grows with his hard work. We must strictly avoid the wastage of food and be sensitive to environment by avoiding spoiling it.
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