Food connects people across oceans and borders. Ghar ka khana, of course, has a separate fanbase of its own. Here are a few pictures we found online that will leave you drooling

While 2 am Maggi is comfort food like none other, there are great odds that you have felt nostalgic for Ghar ka khana with every forkful on your plate. Lip-smacking and inherently healthy, these morsels are meant to be more than ‘just’ food. They are memories and a legacy that’s passed around among generations — a piece of your heart, your family. Let’s ride along such moments on Instagram, shall we?

Sabzi-roti cuz dil se desi

Then came rice and salad

A light pinch of mango and beetroot, please

Snacks are meals too! Don’t @ me

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#myfoodiestories # korallu #upma #gharkakhana

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When the plate ain’t enough

Or as they say, are you fasting today?

What completes a meal? Raita!

Guests become family over meals. Period.

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At my friend's house in Kolkata? I love paneer. I stayed four families during our travel in India. Each family has a different home taste. コルカタ友人の家で。今回のインド旅では違う州の4つの家族の家に泊まった。コルカタの友人の家の料理はマイルドで優しい味。それぞれ家庭の味は違う。家庭料理おいしい? April 2018 #kolkata #westbengal #homemadefood #travelfood #homemadeindianfood #indianfood #westbengal #iloveindianfood #homemadeindian #paneer #spicyfood #travelfood #コルカタ #インド旅 #インド料理 #インド家庭料理 #本場インド料理 #本場インドカレー #インド旅 #インド #スパイス #本場の味 #パニール

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Dal bhaat’s the world

Is there anything more satisfying?

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