A saatvik coastal thali meal curated by food writer Gita Hari for Mumbai’s ITC Maratha. Photo: Gita Hari
A saatvik coastal thali meal curated by food writer Gita Hari for Mumbai’s ITC Maratha. Photo: Gita Hari
India

What’s driving India’s newfound obsession with the ancient saatvik diet?

  • The saatvik diet, consisting of freshly cooked food sans garlic and onion, has seen a surge in popularity as more people shift to healthy eating habits amid the pandemic
  • With eateries offering a range of saatvik foods to whet the appetite of patrons, some are surprised by the commercial success of the cuisine that has existed for decades

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A saatvik coastal thali meal curated by food writer Gita Hari for Mumbai’s ITC Maratha. Photo: Gita Hari
A saatvik coastal thali meal curated by food writer Gita Hari for Mumbai’s ITC Maratha. Photo: Gita Hari
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