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‘A salute to Indian food’ by K.J.S.Chatrath

I was taking a slow walk in one of the streets of Mysore recently. I saw a good deal of activity in a small shop. The signboard told it all. It was a snacks/coffee shop called ‘Dosa Point’.

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I made my way inside the tiny interior where one had to stand and eat.

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First I saw the price list whichd was prominently displayed. Everthing seemed good.

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Right in front was a tray full of fresh inviting ‘vadas’.

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I was fascinated to see fresh dosas being prepared fast and good.

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Since ‘Tomato Dosa’ was not available, I took a ‘masala dosa’. The aroma was over powering and the taste sublime.

I have some  friends who are fond of  Western, Japanese, Chinese, Mexican etc. etc. food. They call my love for Indian  food as primitive. …They are welcome to enjoy their plates of bland, boiled or half-cooked food from around the world. I forgive them and proudly love my Indian food – different in each state of the country, but always amazingly tasty.

Photos, text & copyright K.J.S.Chatrath

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2 Responses to “‘A salute to Indian food’ by K.J.S.Chatrath”

  1. Sabir Ali says:

    I agree, Indian cuisine is great : in taste and variety.

  2. Sukhdev Bedi says:

    An insight into mouth watering south Indian meals.I wonder at their prices displayed.The price of Dosa in Chandigarh is exorbitant.

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