MoT conducts 'Dekho Apna Desh' webinar on ‘Secrets and Delights of Indian cuisine’
Ministry of Tourism recently conducted webinar titled 'Secrets and Delights of Indian Cuisine' to highlight the role of immunity-boosting locally grown food grains and vegetables. The webinar also gave insights on the relevance of food and ingredients available at homes, streets, or fine dining venues in India.
In partnership with the National e-Governance Department, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Ministry of Tourism recently conducted Dekho Apna Desh Webinar series called 'Secrets and Delights of Indian Cuisine.' Presented by Dr. Aruna Sharma, retired IAS officer of MP Cadre batch 1982, the webinar was held to discuss the significance of Indian cuisine. She highlighted the role of immunity-boosting locally grown food grains and vegetables.
India is a melting pot of different cultures as it incorporates various regional dishes, cooking styles, locally available unique spices, grains, vegetables, and fruits. Indian cuisine provides a balance of taste and health.
With the landscape, dialect, culture, and food habits changing every few kilometres, the country offers a plethora of food varying in cooking styles across different regions. This aspect reflects in forms of food available at homes, streets, or fine dining venues in India.
The 'Dekho Apna Desh' series captured this diversity to reverberate 'Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat.'
Rupinder Brar, Additional Director General, concluded the webinar by mentioning the variety of cuisines, food trails accessible in India. She further highlighted the Ministry of Tourism's initiative called Incredible India Tourist Facilitator (IITF) Certification. This certification encourages the citizens of India to participate in the Tourism Industry actively.
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