The Heritage Food of Chhattisgarh

Authors

  • Kumar Bhaskar School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, ITM University, Raipur, India

Keywords:

Khurmi, Papachi, Tasmai, Fara

Abstract

Human civilization is almost as old as the world of taste. The world of taste changed with the development of civilization. This form of catering being easily accessible horseshoe is in a new era today, the hex-juice is the same but in which the taste is not less than the taste. There are five ego locales of Central India, Bundelkhand, Baghelkhand, Nimar, Malwa and our own Chhattisgarh. With its own juice specialty. In such a situation, we miss our traditions, Chhattisgarh is probably the most unique in this matter. Chhattisgarh is indeed the land of humble people and bowl of rice where as We all believe that the eating and eating of any province depends on the geographical location, climate and crops grown there. Human civilization is almost as old as the world of taste. Chhattisgarh is called the rice bowl, which means that paddy is cultivated here the most. Therefore, rice and dishes made from it are the staple food here. Being a rice staple, people of Chhattisgarh cook and eat a lot of dishes made from rice and jaggery. Chhattisgarh is a rain fed and forested province, where paddy, green vegetables and fish are produced in large quantities and these materials are the main food here. According to agricultural scientists of Indira Gandhi National Agricultural University, Raipur, about 1500 species of indigenous paddy are found in Chhattisgarh, whose germ plasm is preserved with them. Apart from paddy, Tiwara, Kulthi, Maize, Masoor, Arhar, Urad and linseed are also produced here, the world of taste changed with the development of civilization. This form of catering being easily accessible, is in a new era, hex-juice is the same but in which the taste is not less than the taste There are five Aham Lokanchal of Central India, Bundelkhand, Baghelkhand, Nimar, Malwa and our own Chhattisgarh. With its own juice specialty. In such a situation, we miss our traditions, Chhattisgarh is probably the most unique in this matter. As soon as we remember Chhattisgarh, many pictures emerge on the psyche table. How many Raj dynasties who ruled here - Nand, Maurya, Vakataka, Nal, Pandu Sharabhapuri, Som, Kalachuri, Nag, Gond and Maratha, left their mark and food and died. Chhattisgarh is famous for its mineral wealth and forest wealth as well as food and drink. The culture of Chhattisgarh has distinctive and rare traditions of catering, which emerge according to every Prahra, Bela, Mausam and Teej-festival. If the horseshoe of the tribal society is a natural forest, then the horseshoe of the bearers of the district culture is shocked by its variations. Manglik and non-Manglik have a vast range of cuisines. These dishes are roasted, cooked in steam, fried in oil and also prepared without the help of these three.

 

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Published

2021-04-15

How to Cite

[1]
K. Bhaskar, “The Heritage Food of Chhattisgarh”, IJRAMT, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 67–70, Apr. 2021.

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