Wild Edible Plants of Thar Desert

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Wild Edible Plants of Thar Desert

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Rajasthan desert is part of Thar desert of NW India covering the states of Rajasthan, Gujarat & Haryana. Total area of desert is 3.21 lac sq.kms. This is essentially sandy desert with few stony areas in between, but 61% of desert area is covered in state of Rajasthan. In the non-rainy days desert presents a very boring view to an onlooker. But come rains and it livens up with greenery immediately after rains and in winter.
Desert Plants- Most of them are from xerophytes group comprising shrubs, thorny bushes, trees, creepers, herbs etc. Scientific studies have reported 682 plant species representing 352 genera, out of which 136 are said to have some economic importance or
nutritional values. These properties were identified by inhabitants’ centuries ago. The parts of such plants were initially used for survival, later on found their way to local kitchens. Now some of edible plants of desert have entered the menu cards of many star category hotels. Brief description is given below.
1/- Kair- Capparis deciduas- it has small berry like fruits having bitter taste. Used as vegetables or for making pickles. Before its use it is soaked in a solution of buttermilk and salt to remove bitterness. Also, useful for diabetic patients.
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10 Reasons to Spend Two Weeks in India – Robert J. Richey

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http://www.robertjrichey.com/2016/10/21/10-reasons-two-weeks-india/

India may be the most colorful country in the world. Textile shops, pedal-rickshaws, spice markets, flowers, lakes, and Tequila Sunrise mornings paint the backdrop for unmatched photographic diversity. India’s people are just as colorful as their home and normally accommodate the wannabe photojournalist with sometimes fun and often serious poses. Photo opportunities are everywhere in India; however, while in Delhi try Delhi Photo Tour, an excellent resource for a behind the scenes look at a city with no shortage of hidden gems
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India Food Tour intro video

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India Food Tour (http://IndiaFoodTour.com) is the best way to explore cuisine, sights, culture and heritage of India. Experience the real India via food tours, cooking classes, heritage walks, photo walks and customized multi-day tours of India which can include these activities and quite a few others.
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How to get to know India through its food: an insider’s guide to some must-try experiences

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http://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/travel-leisure/article/1948525/how-get-know-india-through-its-food-insiders-guide-some

Food Tours
Go forth and conquer the streets with India Food Tour (indiafoodtour.com) in popular cities such as Delhi, Jaipur, Agra and Mumbai. It also offers culinary journeys across India accompanied with a chef. In these tours, you get to understand and explore the various communities that make the city, and their unique cuisines.

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