India is playing host to the advisor of White House, who is also the daughter of US President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump arrived in Hyderabad to attend a high-profile entrepreneurship summit, the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
Dressed in a black and white designer jacket, Ivanka landed at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad with her husband Jared Kushner and other White House officials.
After addressing the inaugural session with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre, she will be treated to a royal dinner at the world's largest dining hall at Taj Falaknuma Palace.
A mother of three, Ivanka is known for her strict diet and exercise routine, but a scrumptious dinner is what awaits her here in India.
Ivanka will reportedly be welcomed on a regal horse buggy that will receive her at the entrance of the palace and will take her atop the hill.
This will be followed by a traditional aarti and traditional lighting of the lamp.
Falaknuma Palace has a 122-year-old history. The scorpion shaped palace was once the home of Nizams of the princely state of Hyderabad.
The table décor has been inspired by the rich cultural heritage of the Deccan region. The artefacts placed on the table are from Nizams' personal collection and the upholstery is made of locally stored fabric.
An elaborate set up with the palace's top quality silverware and the butlers will be dressed in traditional sherwanis. Each butler has been allotted a guest to serve.
A five-course meal is being prepared by culinary experts under the guidance of executive chef Sanjesh Nair. A personalised menu has been set up for each guest.
Various media reports suggest that three special teams from Forensic Science Laboratory will examine the ingredients that will be used in the dinner.
A report in Telangana Today suggests that the team, comprising of five officials who regularly deal with toxicology cases in FSL, will also inspect the food that is being served on the table.
The menu includes delicacies that will showcase the taste of rare and rich Indian ingredients like saffron, figs, and sandalwood.
Hindustan Times reported that the menu is likely to include Dahi ke kebab, Gosht shikampuri kebab, Kubani ke malai kofta, Murg pista ka salan and Sitaphal kulfi will be presented over several courses--Aghaz (soup), Mezban (appetisers), Waqfa (sorbet), Mashgool Dastarkhwan (main course) and Zauq e shahi (dessert).
The beginning of each course will be marked with a gong. The butlers who will be serving dinner have been trained over the past one month to serve food with precision.