This pan-Indian restaurant in New Delhi charts the success, and flavours, of old-world specialties.
Although the craze for food and travel blogging may just be a rage, history is dotted with people who have chronicled both worlds much before the word ‘throwback’ became Instagram lingo. So as an ode to these original bloggers, we delve into the story of an uncle and nephew duo – landscape artists William and Thomas Daniell – who travelled the length and breadth of India during the British Raj to capture the rich heritage and tradition the country was known for.
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