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The Great Cuisine of the North-West Frontier

Posted by: Nakul Anand on Friday August 19, 2011

Wouldn’t you agree all of us have a special place in our hearts for firsts? 

For me and many of my colleagues at ITC Hotels, there is a pioneering experience that we have had the honour of being a part of since its inception. It is a name and experience we are unabashedly attached to. In New Delhi, from where the North-West Frontier was once ruled, Bukhara has become a must-visit...

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To Fathers Around the World

Posted by: The Hummer on Saturday June 18, 2011

Being one myself, I must be excused the cynicism. But I think fathers of the earlier generations had it easier. How difficult could this time-honoured routine be: bring home the bread, tell off the tots, wolf down the grub and crash into bed?

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The Ultimate Pairing

Posted by: The Gastronaut on Tuesday August 10, 2010

The fascinating alchemy that India presents in its artistic and cultural traditions is well-known and to many it will come as no surprise that it also finds expression in the many cuisines of India. Some of the country’s most loved culinary traditions are the outcome of a melding of indigenous traditions and external influences that came by way of trade, exploration or military conquest.

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Ten days, ten regions…

Posted by: The Hummer on Tuesday July 7, 2009

At ITC Hotels, we’re very proud of our long legacy of serving the most authentic and exquisite flavours of India. 

We were pioneers in establishing Indian cuisine brands in the country, with Bukhara being our first and most successful branded cuisine restaurant. We’ve gone on to include other gems to our bouquet over the years, from Dum Pukht to Dakhsin and Kebabs & Kurries…

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Visit India!

Posted by: The Hummer on Friday March 13, 2009

Modern India is home alike to the tribal with his anachronistic lifestyle and to the sophisticated urban jetsetter. It is a land where temple elephants exist amicably with the microchip, its ancient monuments a backdrop to the world's largest democracy.

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The Great Procession

Posted by: The Dreamcatcher on Tuesday March 10, 2009

It’s hard to miss. 

Wrapped in sandstone, ITC Maurya is one of the most distinguished hotels in the capital. While its architecture, interiors and even its name have been inspired by the ancient Mauryan dynasty, one the most remarkable features of this hotel is in fact tucked snugly in it lobby.

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