Traditional foods in India

Indian food is one of the most interest you should discover when travel to there. Through traditional Indian food, someone can understand more culture as well culinary style of India.

The same diversity in culture and linguistics through various places, Indian food has difference from place to place which has own unique.

Therefore, you should try top traditional Indian dishes as our following recommendation when coming this nation.

1/ Masala Dosa

Masala Dosa is made from rice which is a cuisine material in almost dishes of the Indian. It has origin from the coastal Karnataka. Then it also becomes a famous dish at this area.

To make Masala Dosa, process is very simple. It includes rice, lentils being soaked in water within 5 or 6 hours, and potato or onion curry.

2/ Rogan Josh

The truth that Rogan Josh is an aromatic lamb curry which is famous in Kashmir. This meal is an adored dish at all the nations.

Actually, recipe to cook Rogan Josh can be different from place to place. But the major taste and essence are similar.

3/ Hyderabadi biriyani

Hyderabadi Biriyani is made from some basic ingredients like rice, meat, yogurt and onions to create a punchy flavor.

It’s easy to try and normally used as a daily dish. Sometime people can choose lamb or chicken to replace for this meal more interestingly.

4/ Indian chaats

Indian chaats are the street food which is called as savoury snacks. A combo of chaats consist of puffed rice, peas, kachori, pani puri, bhel puri, masala puri, vegetables and spices.

It has origin from the North India, then spreading to other places and other corners of India. It’s common sense when you try chaats one time, then you prefer to try it more.

Things to Do in Northern India (Part 2)

Gaze upon the Golden Temple, Amritsar
The Golden Temple is the holiest temple in Sikhism constructed in 1577, and is also known as the Harmandir Sahib which is a much-recognised symbol of Northern India. The temple is constructed on the edge of a large body of holy water featuring the glinting golden façade which houses the sacred Adi Granth scripture. This exquisite temple attract visitors and worshippers from around the world. The temple is great place to visit both in daytime when the gold glitters, and at night, when the entire complex is illuminated.

Climb the minarets of India’s largest mosque, Delhi
Delhi is not only a transport hub but also house to various interesting destination. One of the best is the Jama Masjid which is the largest mosque in India with a huge complex, with space capacity to fit over 25,000 worshippers. The view over the mosque and the maze of streets that surround it from the 40-metre-high minarets is absolutely breathtaking. The interior features marble and red sandstone detailing.

Feast on north Indian cuisine
Whether or not you love Indian food, the Northern India’s cuisine is packed with flavour, and is definitely something you must try while you’re in the region. North Indian cuisine features vegetarian dishes which served with naan bread, roti or samosas, all washed down with a fresh cup of chai. Garam masala is also a popular spice that you can find in many dishes such as curries, palak paneer (spinach and cheese) and aloo ghobi (potato and cauliflower).

Cruise Udaipur’s tranquil Lake Pichola
If you have been tired with the craziness of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, Udaipur is a refreshing change with forested hills, the delightful, open and breezy Lake Pichola. The lake attracts both local and international visitors to explore on a lake cruise in which it passes the wonderful temples, ghats and houses. Many cruises stop off on the island in the centre of the lake, where the Lake Palace Hotel offers delicious refreshments served in its amazing rose blooming gardens.


India is a vast country which is home to over 1 billion people with endless cultural experiences, festivals and activities to enjoy. If you haven’t been to India already, let me present here all reasons that would make you do it right away!

India is a big country while much of it is rural, there are some incredible sights to be seen and discovered. At first arrival, it can be quite a cultural shock but as time goes by you’ll learn to embrace this diverse culture. There are so many interesting things that I can assure you haven’t seen before. No matter where you visit in India, from the north with the Himalayas to the south with stunning beaches or from the west with incredible desert to the east of notable tribal territory, you can be sure of a strong and unique experience.

India is not only incredibly beautiful but also incredibly cheap. You can have a full meal for just under EUR 1 Euro. There are also numerous recreational activities, transportation and accommodation offers for you to choose at very reasonable prices. Of course, in tourist attractions, beware of scrams who might want to charge you much more.

Indian food is famous all over the world for its unique spices and cooking method. You have probably tried a few Indian dishes such as Rogan Josh, Dosa and Naan Bread …at your local restaurant, however, the difference is huge with the “real deal”. It’s not only delicious, but also the range of dishes for you to choose is almost endless with regional dishes all over the country. If you are a food lover, it is definitely one of the main reasons why you should visit India!

Whether you appreciate architecture or not, you’ll be amazed by the unique architecture of temples, forts, and various other buildings throughout India. The most famous one is, of course, the mighty Taj Mahal; however, there are many other stunning structures to admire around the country, with the best ones can be found in the region of Rajasthan.