Kuch meetha ho jaye: Rituals that Indian government follows

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Published on: 28 Feb 2016 2:07 PM GMT
Kuch meetha ho jaye: Rituals that Indian government follows
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Lucknow: India is a country of rituals and preparing a sweet dish especially Halwa before the start of any good work is in our blood.

The Indian government does not stand behind when it comes to doing a Lakshmi Ganesh pooja on Dhanteras ahead of Diwali or the Halwa ceremony before preparing the budget.

The Halwa ritual:

The process of printing documents for the budget begins with preparing Halwa, the most popular Indian desert. Halwa is served to the employees of finance ministry in a low key ceremony which is attended by the finance minister.

The ceremony is performed in the basement of North Block of the Finance Ministry.

The Basement game:

The employees who are the part of making budget are locked up in a basement of North Block of Finance Ministry for about ten days.

These employees come to open air only when the Finance Minister presents budget in Parliament.

No communication with families:

The officials are not permitted to use cell phone and they do not even talk to their families during the time of budget making.

They are permitted to talk to their families only in the presence of an intelligence officer.

The Blue sheet:

The screen sheet populary known as s blue sheet is a sheet of paper but the most important sheet of paper which contains Meta codes for the budget.

These codes are updated regularly.

Only Finance Minister has the right to see this blue sheet.

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