Dining locally and seasonally is a fad now. Most traditional societies used to do just that. The second of a three-part series from Puri
In 1810, Robert Southey, a somewhat effeminate-looking British poet laureate who belonged to the Romantic school, wrote a poem called The Curse of Kehama. In it, he talked about an Indian practice that appalled him.
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