On Saturday there was much anticipation for lunch. The day was Pasta and Noodles Day, and thus there were many big Tiffin being stored at the Centre filled with pasta and Maggi (a popular brand of noodles in India).
In India, Tiffin is the name for lunchbox. The name originated when the British arrived in India in the late 18th century. They found that due to the heat, lunch would have to become a much lighter meal than they were used to. The name originated from the words "tiff" and "tiffing", to take a sip of a diluted liquor, and the midday meal soon became known as "Tiffin". The lunch boxes then took on this name, and now people all over India are eating their delicious, home-cooked meals out of their Tiffin.
The Tiffin waiting for to be eaten:
(Tiffin Information Source:https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/aug/17/tiffin-the-history-of-indias-lunch-in-a-box-mumbai)