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In Season 2, more recipes are featured from the royal kitchens of India, focusing on the rich culinary masterpieces of this ancient culture's rulers. Raj Rasoi Aur Anya Kahaniyan is a Documentary & Biography Food Travel series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (11 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2014.

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1 Season, 11 Episodes
January 1, 2014
Documentary & Biography Food Travel
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  • Trace the evolution of Gujarat's flavorful vegetarian cuisine, including popular snacks like dabeli and dhokla and the famous Amul butter.

  • Discover the flavors of Kerala, where popular local dishes include puttu (steamed cylinders of rice and coconut) and appam (fermented flatbread).

  • Explore the royal roots of Mysore's dosa, vada and bonda, then journey to Coorg, where the locals have adapted their food to be in sync with nature.

  • Get a taste of Lucknow and Mehmudabad's indulgent cuisine with dishes like dum biryani, galawati kebabs, shab deg and shahi tukda.

  • Journey to the holy cities of Banaras and Allahabad, where religion manifests itself in all aspects of everyday life, including food.

  • Visit Himachal Pradesh to dine with royalty, take part in a traditional community meal and learn about the region's history of fruit processing.

  • Experience two unique dining traditions in Punjab: the harvest festival of Lohri and the Sikh practice of langar, a free communal meal.

  • Sample dishes like nadru palak and ambal and experience a Kashmiri wazwan, an elaborate feast that plays an important role in local culture.

  • Explore the influences of Mughal, Persian and English culture in the cuisine of Delhi and Rampur and learn the delicious origins of chaat.

  • Taste the food traditions of Tamil Nadu, from Tanjore's idli, dosa, rasam and poriyal to the Anglo-Indian fare of Pudukkottai.

  • Rajasthan's cuisine runs the gamut from rustic foods like panchkuta to complex dishes influenced by Rajput, Marwari, Mughlai and English cooking.