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Close À la cart!!! videorecording food in the fast lane screenplay and direction, Pria Ahluwalia, ; produced by Public Diplomacy Division, Ministry of External Affaris, Govt. of India,

By: Ahluwalia, Pria.
Contributor(s): Ray, Satyajit, 1921-1992 | Bansal, R. D | Mitra, Narendranātha, 1916-1975. Abataraṇikā | RDB Organization.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Public Diplomacy Division, Ministry of External Affaris, Govt. of India, c2010Description: 1 videodisc (70 min.) sd., col 4 3/4 in.Other title: .Subject(s): Feature films- Indian Food- India -- | Food Variety - India | Motion pictures, HindiGenre/Form: Documentry Feature filmsDDC classification: 394.10954
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When we talk about food and India, one realizes that the vastness of the country and the many influences it has been exposed to...food here has diversified, modified and indeed been absorbed into a culinary melting pot par excellence. Yet Indian food consists of no one strain. Each region. develops its ownh unique food, seasoned by its own culture, language, ethnically climate and taste buds, what we have then is one - or even many dining experience.The film focuses on the wide variety of street food in India.
Production Credits: screenplay and direction, Pria Ahluwalia, ; produced by Public Diplomacy Division, Ministry of External Affaris, Govt. of India
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Videodisc release of the 2007 motion picture.

When we talk about food and India, one realizes that the vastness of the country and the many influences it has been exposed to...food here has diversified, modified and indeed been absorbed into a culinary melting pot par excellence. Yet Indian food consists of no one strain. Each region. develops its ownh unique food, seasoned by its own culture, language, ethnically climate and taste buds, what we have then is one - or even many dining experience.The film focuses on the wide variety of street food in India.

screenplay and direction, Pria Ahluwalia, ; produced by Public Diplomacy Division, Ministry of External Affaris, Govt. of India

DVD

In Hindi with English subtitles.

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