India is one of the largest countries in the world, diverse and vibrant, multilingual and multi-ethnic. Visits to iconic sites such as the Taj Mahal, the Red Fort of Agra, Humayun's Tomb remind one of the wealth of India's architectural and cultural
Nihari (Urdu: نهاری) is a stew consisting of slow-cooked meat mainly mutton along with bone marrow.
The word Nihar originated from the Arabic word "Nahar" which means "day" as it was typically served after sunrise Fajr prayers.
In the midst of choosing between white and brown breads, somewhere we have lost out on traditional rotis, which were a staple diet of families in every Muslim neighbourhood of Old Delhi and Mumbai. One of them is Khamiri Roti, which is believed
Indian food, especially Mughlai is popular across the world. But even though Mughlai cuisine is widely enjoyed, is it really understood? The cooking techniques such as “dum” and the culinary terms such as Korma, Bhunao, Bharta, Baghar, Bukhara,