Published on 07 Nov 2012 | over 5 years ago
The marriage ceremony in Bannu Locality is unique throughout the world not only for its traditions and customs but also for its dishes especially the well known "penda" and "wresha" (halwa). For the penda to prepare, a special type of bread (chapati or roti), which is very large, thin and delicious, is made from common flour. This sort of bread is called postha (singular) or posthi (plural) in local Pashto language. Only one bread maker with only one assistant is able to prepare bread for several hundreds people for whole of the gathering participating in the marriage ceremony. I don't know whether such type of bread is also prepared elsewhere in the world or otherwise but if not then it must be included for its largeness and thinness in the Guinness Book of Word Records.
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