Akboria Premium Lascha Shemai | Ghee Vaja | 500GM

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Akboria Premium Lascha Shemai | আকবারিয়া ঘিয়ে ভাজা প্রিমিয়াম লাচ্ছা সেমাই

Weight: 500GM

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In 1905, Late. Md. Khoshjahan Ali opened “Muhammad Ali Restaurant”. After 6 years in 1911, it was renamed as “Akboria Grand Hotel” (Bengaliআকবরিয়া গ্র্যান্ড হোটেল) by his son, Late. Md. Akbar Ali took over the business from his father. During the 19th century, Hindu was the majority in the northern region of the country and had dominance over most of the businesses, as a result, the Muslim community was treated unfairly. Since the cow is a sacred animal to the Hindus, its consumption was prohibited in the whole northern region of the then Rajshahi Division. To tackle the injustice towards Muslims, the ‘Akboria Grand Hotel’ started its journey and is claimed to be the first restaurant that started selling beef commercially in the northern region, within a very short time gaining massive popularity among the Muslim community. After a few years, they started to feed poor people for free everyday past mid-night and are claimed to be the only company to do so in the country continuously for over 100 years till today. It is not unusual for restaurants to feed people with leftovers, but Akboria is claimed to feed over 300 destitute people everyday past mid-night for free with freshly cooked local cuisine dishes like ricecurry, a local type of ragù, etc. cooked specially for them. They are also claimed to be the largest sellers of Lachcha Semai (Bengaliলাচ্ছা সেমাই), a Bengali local version of fried vermicelli, in the district.

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