The History of Indian Food Trial
Spicy, rich, colourful, diverse - these are some of the words used to describe Indian food. Interestingly, the description fits perfectly well for India itself!
Join us on this virtual tour as we explore India through its food and food traditions. Food in India is way more than just nutrition, it's deeply connected to Identity, culture, regionality and seasonality.
Discover the stories of how food and spices from India shaped the global economy and how some of the most quintessential Indian food are actually not from India and shaped from thousands of years of contact with the world.
We’ll also explore how Indian food has become popular all over the world and how vegan & vegetarian food culture has made local Indian food & produce popular all over the world!
What will the tour entail?
Discover fascinating stories about the origins of Indian Food
Explore how Indian food has shaped culture, traditions and global politics
Explore global appeal of Indian food and trends like regional Indian cuisine & modern Indian cuisine
How does it work?
This is an interactive, fun and engaging virtual tour hosted via zoom with live storytelling, this is not a 360degree, AR or VR tour.
We’ll use videos, images, maps and satellite imagery
Once you book the tour you will receive the zoom link and other details by mail
Story of India’s culture and traditions through the story of Indian food
Explore the origins of some quintessential Indian food
Discover how Indian spices shaped global history
The story of Indian food’s popularity all over the world & modern Indian cuisine
A part of the proceeds will go to support the local guide community in each of the destinations we operate in.
The virus has changed travel as we know it, at least for the visible future. Travel, as a sector, accounts for 10% of global GDP. It was one of the first to get affected and probably amongst the last to bounce back. Our team being tech savvy, has the options of doing these virtual tours, but for a majority of tourism professionals in India this isn’t the case. So, to help in a small way, we wish to contribute a part of our proceeds to the local guide community.
How can you help? Spread the word on these virtual tours. Together we can make a difference!
Would you like to take this tour in private, exclusively just for yourself or your group? We can make that happen, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org