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India is a foodie country, where everyone has his or her own food preferences. There are as many cuisines as there are countries in Asia. So many different varieties! From just tingling your taste buds to filling your stomach until the neck, anyone can have a great foodie outing in India. Everyone believes that Indian food is usually spicy and hot, whereas it is not necessarily so. Indian food is a mixture of so many ingredients that have medicinal properties, coloring properties, filling properties, and taste. Each ingredient is carefully chosen in any Indian eatery to bring out the best quality or at least the best mix of ingredients for a wonderful taste. Taste varies regionally for Indian foods. For example, in South India, people add more spices to their food, whereas in North India, the food is usually sweeter. The one thing everyone should be careful about Indian food is the spice added, if he or she does not like spice, then letting the waiter know would do a world of good because one cannot judge if the food will be spicy or not in any restaurant. Indian food has six distinctive tastes: • Sweet • Sour • Bitter • Spicy • Salty, • Astringent. It is said in ancient Indian history that a perfect mix of these six tastes is required by the body to maintain proper metabolism rate in the body. Any food with all these six tastes digest better and provide more energy. From Parathas in the North to Dosa and Idli in the south, Indian cuisine has so much to offer to the common person. There is even a Paratha Lane in Delhi, famous for its street full of Paratha sellers; such is the importance to food given by Indians. There are restaurants that offer almost all of world’s cuisines. Street food is perhaps the most interesting thing about Indian food. Street food usually involves chat items such as pani poori, bhel poori, chenna masala, etc. Even in this, there are taste variations around India. Calcutta style chat items are spicier and have more potato than the Mumbai style ones, which have more peas and chenna, and are not as spicy. Similarly, there are restaurants dedicated for seafood alone in Goa and other coasts, they are costlier but are definitely high in quality. However, a culinary tour does not always mean going out to eateries. It also involves learning to cook different Indian cuisines. There are agencies, there are shopkeepers, there are homemakers, and there are even kids, who can teach one Indian cooking. Indian food has so many varieties, so do not mind if someone teaching the other is doing it in a different way. All procedures are accepted and all tastes are valuable. All procedures for food are right too. Nevertheless, the biggest thing one needs to think about with street food is hygiene. Not many are hygienic and no one wants to cut short a culinary tour due to diarrhea or a stomach upset. So, be careful, very careful! The taste might be mind blowing, but be sure of the ingredients used. There are taste stimulators used here, and these are not good for anyone’s health. Be even more careful while trying non-vegetarian at these street shops too. They will do anything to earn money. Indian cuisine is a great place to enjoy a food fest too. Food fest offers many varieties of food, not usually available in those regions. Indian food is a great one to taste and savor, which is why it stands on top of the pile. Try Indian food, and you will never regret doing it.
Village Tours in India: Experience the Rural Beauty of India India is a country of a million colours, billion people, hundreds of landscapes and thousands of villages. The country is a great assimilation of aspirations, traditions, heritage and love. The epitome of culture, India, is known for its diversity and its openness. People flock to this vibrant country from all corners of the world to dive in its natural beauty, its historical heritage and its warm people. Every millions of tourists come to India, to experience the vibrancy in its air and to know what real country life is all about. Rural India is the cultural and historical epicentre of the country. The country as a whole may be one of the world’s fastest growing countries with bustling and booming cities but it is considered that its true heart still lies in its rural lands. India has more than 100,000 villages which are full of different sorts of people who speak multiple languages, have their own unique culture, dressing, traditions, religion and beliefs. If you wish to discover the soul of the country you have t move out of the cities and go to the rural heartlands which will expose you to the cultures, traditions and dialects of the people. It is an accepted fact that India is a diverse country and this diversity is more evident in its rural areas than any wear else. India’s villages have a different culture and set-up in different regions of the country. The northern Himalayan villages have a more nuanced life surrounded by the bliss of the Himalayas. The plains and Rajasthani villages showcase the cultural vibrancy and colour the country is known for, you discover and observe a kaleidoscope of dialects, customs, people, and way of life. Further down south, the villages are rich in the ancient Dravidian culture, languages, colour especially in the style of dressing, and knowledge. And, lastly eastern India shows you the diverse nature of people that exist in India as you get to observe and immerse yourself in the Bengali and north-eastern way of living. One of the many perks of visiting the rural villages of India, is that you get to witness life in its most simplest of forms. You can experience agriculture and its related activities in farms of Punjab which cater to tourists who wish to have such experiences, or, travel with the nomads of Rajasthan to places and experience life the gypsy way. You can catch fish with the fishermen in Goa, or, discover the historical gems hidden in many southern Indian villages. The experiences and learning you will get here you will not find anywhere else in the world. India’s villages are unique in their way of life and their societal structure and welcome anyone who wishes to experience life their way. There is so much to see and so much to experience in the rural lands of this colourful and diverse country of a billion people, all of it awaits you.