Why food may be the future of India’s democracy
In her new book 'The Flavours Of Nationalism: Recipes For Love, Hate And Friendship', lawyer and activist Nandita Haksar chronicles her culinary adventures, and the way food can bring about social change
Until recently, conversations about food in India used to swing between extremes: either laden with praise for the multifarious cuisine from across the country, or deploring the endemic hunger and starvation among its population. Since 2015, a menacing, new dimension was added to the discourse.
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