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About the walk

Walking down the lanes of Agra leaves one enamoured by the aroma of different spices, the various food stalls and the city’s diverse cuisines. Be it the centuries-old spice shops at Rawatpara or the delectable mutton stew at Pakiza Meat Shop, it is amazing how different spices and flavours have blended into the living history of the city. Modern versions of the original dishes have created new flavours that still retain the cultural significance of the dish.

 Join us on a food tour across the old city as we take you on a journey of a myriad palates, with a variety of dishes ranging from Mughlai non-vegetarian cuisine to braj ke bhalle. We will also discuss how the different spices/preparations used by generations have influenced the food and living culture of the city.

 

This guided tour is free.

Walk Time
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Walk Date
Meeting Time
05:15 pm

The Story of Spices-A Curated Food Walk in Agra

Led By

Anal Jha

Meeting Time

05:15 PM

Meeting point

Jama Masjid front gate

Nearest Bus/Metro station

Bijlighar bus stand

About the walk

Walking down the lanes of Agra leaves one enamoured by the aroma of different spices, the various food stalls and the city’s diverse cuisines. Be it the centuries-old spice shops at Rawatpara or the delectable mutton stew at Pakiza Meat Shop, it is amazing how different spices and flavours have blended into the living history of the city. Modern versions of the original dishes have created new flavours that still retain the cultural significance of the dish.

 Join us on a food tour across the old city as we take you on a journey of a myriad palates, with a variety of dishes ranging from Mughlai non-vegetarian cuisine to braj ke bhalle. We will also discuss how the different spices/preparations used by generations have influenced the food and living culture of the city.

 

This guided tour is free.

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Please Note


• Please do not carry too many valuables and food items as these might attract the attention of monkeys.
• In order to enter the temple and the mosque, it is advisable to wear clothes that full cover the body. Participants must also cover their heads in these sacred spaces.
• Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes. Carry water and an umbrella or raincoat.
• You may carry your cameras and notebooks.
• Entry fees to the monument are to be borne by the participant.
• The food bill will be split equally among the participants