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Ahare Anahare Maharaj Vivekananda
Author: Sankar

Publisher: Dey's Publishing
ISBN: 9788129529480
Pages: 292
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"Ahare Anahare Maharaj Vivekananda" will take a peek into the culinary interests of the monk.

Sankar believes that Vivekananda was the only Indian who had promoted both the Vedanta and biryani simultaneously in the West. In his earlier book titled "An Unfamiliar Vivekananda: The Monk As Man", the author had written about how Vivekananda was as good a cook as he was a connoisseur of delicacies. As a youngster, Vivekananda had even set up a cookery club called "The Greedy Club". "Tea of course was one of his favourites. He had introduced tea at Belur Math," Sankar reminded.