Hyderabad: In a vibrant press meet held at Marks Media Centre, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, the Consul General of Turkey in Hyderabad, Orhan Yalman Okan, joined hands with Tara Khan, the Founder-CEO of Salaam Souk, Saher Faraz, Co-founder of Salaam Souk, and other esteemed guests to announce the eagerly awaited dates of the “Salaam Souk – One Night in Istanbul” festival.
Scheduled for the 6th and 7th of January 2024, the festival promises a unique blend of cultural extravagance, culinary delights, and a shopping experience like no other.
The event brought together key figures, influencers, and media representatives who gathered to witness the unveiling of this distinctive cultural celebration. Orhan Yalman Okan, Consul General of Turkey, expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming festival, highlighting the significance of cultural exchanges between Turkey and Hyderabad.
Tara Khan, the driving force behind Salaam Souk, shared insights into the festival’s vision, emphasizing the fusion of Turkish and Indian cultures in a spectacular showcase.
Saher Faraz, the Co-founder of Salaam Souk, echoed the sentiment, stating that “One Night in Istanbul” aims to create an immersive experience for attendees, offering a taste of Istanbul’s vibrant atmosphere right in the heart of Hyderabad.
The festival, set to take place at an undisclosed venue in Hyderabad, will feature a rich tapestry of Turkish and Indian cultural performances, a tantalizing array of culinary delights from both regions, and a curated marketplace offering unique and diverse products.
The organizers are dedicated to providing an authentic experience that transcends borders and brings the magic of Istanbul to Hyderabad.
As the press meet concluded, the anticipation for “Salaam Souk – One Night in Istanbul” reached new heights, with attendees and media representatives eager to partake in this extraordinary cultural, culinary, and shopping fiesta.
The event promises to be a celebration of diversity, fostering connections between two rich cultures and leaving an indelible mark on the cultural landscape of Hyderabad.