Tracing India’s Food Journey – From the Vedas

While some people dispute that there was ever a wave of migration of Indo-Aryans, the second millennium BCE did see the appearance of a new people, who introduced new flavors into the cuisine. Theirs was a semi-nomadic society consisting of small kinship groups who raised cattle and sheep and practiced some settled agriculture and cereal cultivation. Obtaining and raising cows was the Indo-Aryans’ main occupation. [READ MORE AT LIVE HISTORY INDIA…]