Make a list with pictures when possible of food items generally taken by people of different regions of IndiaScience Ncert class 6

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Make a list (with pictures, when possible) of food items generally taken by people of different regions of India.(Science-Ncert class 6)

chapter 1-Food where does it come from(Ncert class 6)


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East Indian Cuisine
The eastern region of India consists of states like Bihar, West Bengal and Orissa. Rice is the staple food in eastern region of India. Due to the favorable climate, eastern India grows a lot of rice. Quite contrary to the north India where wheat is dominant, rice serves as integral part of nay meal in the eastern India. Along with that, fishes are also available in abundance in the rivers and ponds in this region. Fish is also a favorite item of the people of eastern India.
West Indian Cuisine
Geographical heterogeneity has given rise to a variety of dishes in the western part of India. Varying landscape from the arid deserts to wet coastal are has contributed to the versatility of cuisine here. At the same time, western India is a melting pot of several races and traditions. So various influences are seen in its variety of dishes. 

Rice is the staple food in the western India too. Wheat, bajra and jowar are also consumed in regions such as in Gujarat and Rajasthan.
North Indian Cuisine
North Indian Cuisine is largely influenced by the Mughal style of cooking. In their nearly 500 years rule over India, they contributed a lot to India including cuisine. Since the Mughals were originally from central Asia, the cuisine bears much similarity to the central Asian style of cooking.

Abundant uses of butter based curries and dried fruits and nuts are striking features of north Indian cuisine. Wheat that grows profusely in northern India forms the larger portion of north Indian meal. Contrary to the southern and Northern part of India where rice is the staple food, north India lives on Roti, Chappatis, Paratha and Tandoori all made from wheat. 


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