The Story of Our Food
This Book Outlines The Variety Of Cuisines, Food Materials And Dishes That Collectively Form Indian Food . It Draws Upon A Range Of Sources Literature, Archeology, Epigraphic Records, Anthropology, Philology, Botanical And Genetical Studies To Trace The History Of Indian Food: Classification, Customs, Rituals And Beliefs, Including The Etymology Of Food Terms. It Shows How Our Wonderful Indian Cuisine, With All Its Regional Variants, Is The Outcome Of Food Plants Brought Into India From Numerous Directions Over Thousands Of Years. And Of A Social Ethic In Which Cleanliness Was Indeed Next To Godliness.
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How Weeds became Foodgrains
The Aryan Way of Life
Theory and Practice
Through Other Eyes
The Muslim Contribution
Many Regions Many Foods
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