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Indian Palate

Food Festival 2011

A ‘Taste’ of Delhi Text: Ipshita Sengupta nag

‘Paranthe wali Gali’ is as important a landmark of Delhi as the India Gate and the sweets from Ghantewala, Chandni chowk is as much a treat for the senses as watching Raisina Hills light up for a festival. Delhi’s culinary culture reflects the atypical food habits of the various ethnic groups who have made the city their home over the centuries. So there is ‘Chaat’ to enjoy for every plate of ‘Biryani’ and a ‘Kulfi ’ to enjoy for every ‘Kebab’.This culinary diversity of Delhi was brought together within a kilometre for the ‘Delhi ke Pakwan’ Festival in celebration of the city being a capital for 100 years. 48

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