Travelling goes parallel with Food
-By Priyanjali Ranjan
Travelling is a known affair for human and good, soulful food complements it. Travelling opens one’s mind and broadens their views by allowing us to meet new people, experience new cultures, understand different ways of life and most importantly savor the regional food.
Food and travelling are like peas in a pod; they always go together. Food has the ability to shape a person’s journey and holds a great part in creating unforgettable memories . Every place has their own authentic food or dish to serve. Those interested in the art of traveling gradually transform into more seasoned individuals, with a refined of authentic cuisines. A great traveler can always sense fulfillment by touching the roots of their destination with each bite of their local food. When it comes to travelling, people have a bunch of options to choose their spot, like – historical, exotic, overseas etc. and when it comes to historical places in India, the country is prepped with whimsical domes, soaring minaars, pristine structures that are reminiscent of the British era and majestic religious beauties that have an iconic heritage value. The wondrous Taj Mahal stands as the symbol of eternal love in Agra; it is rightfully one of the Seven Wonders of the World. These places are a travelling hotspot in India, popular among domestic and international travelers alike. The delicious tales of food are not so different. Indian cuisine consists of a variety of regional and traditional cuisines native to India, given the diversity in soil climate, culture, ethnic groups, and occupations, these cuisines vary substantially and use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. There is a variety of dishes across the country and they differ from region to region.
Indian Street food is arguably the heart of our country. People are crazy about the flavors of Street food, which has evolved considerably now, and a traveler’s advice is – eat your heart out when you travel!