Indian cuisine, a perfect blend of culture

Indian food is different from the rest of the world, not only in taste but also in cooking methods. It reflects the perfect blend of different cultures and backgrounds ages. Indian cuisine is one of the world’s most diverse cuisines. Characterized by its sophisticated and subtle use of many spices, vegetables, grains and fruits grown across India. The traditional food of India is widely appreciated also for its herbs. It is famous for its assortment of dishes.

The cooking style varies from region to region and is divided into south Indian and north indian dishes. India is quite famous for its diverse multi cuisine available in large number of restaurants and hotel resorts, which is reminiscent of unity in diversity. In the modern times Indian pallete has undergone a lot of changes. In last decade as a result of globalisation, a large number of Indian’s have travelled to different parts of the world and vice versa there has been  a massive influx of people of different nationalities in india. This has now resulted in the indianisation of various international cuisines. Nowadays people can find specialised food joints of international cuisines. Some of the famous Indian cuisine would be Bengali cuisine, Gujarati cuisine, kashmiri food, mughlai cuisine, Punjabi food, Rajasthani and south Indian.

Bengali cuisine

Gujarati cuisine

Kashmiri cuisine
Mughlai cuisine
Punjabi cuisine
Rajasthani cuisine

South indian cuisine
Indian food has been huge around the world, that’s because it has a historical rooting.The history of Indian food tells us that during the reign of the British Empire in India, the local cuisine was considered by the Europeans closely to what Gods taught of ambrosia: a delightful, heavenly and delicate dish.

we can easily say that, indian cuisine is closely related to the Indian history, each historical region developing a unique set of dishes, using diverse ingredients. However, a constant remains for all regions: the affinity for sweet desserts and spicy snacks. Besides being closely related to history, Indian cuisine is also strongly influenced by the Indian religion, Indian culture and traditions and the Indian people themselves.

If you can appreciate the facts behind the history of Indian food, the setting in which this great country’s cuisine was formed, the influences it took and the diversity it created, then you will surely appreciate one of their sweet desserts or one of their spicy snacks and appetizers. No other country has a wider selection of exotic dishes and no other country can offer such a large variety of impulses for your taste buds.

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