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Chole Bhature Dish, Sector 7, Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana Provinces, India, Asia

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Chole Bhature Dish, Sector 7, Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana Provinces, India, Asia

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© Ben Pipe

Asian Culture Breakfast Close Up Shot Close Up View Closeup Closeup Shot Closeup View Cooked Displayed Food Haryana Plate Punjab Selection Snack Stereotypically Asian Street Food Texture Traditionally Asian Typically Asian Appetising Chandigarh Culinary Indian Cuisine Portion Regional Food


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This vibrant and appetizing print captures the essence of a beloved Indian dish, Chole Bhature, in all its glory. Taken in Sector 7, Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana Provinces, this image showcases the rich culinary traditions of India's northern regions. The plateful of Chole Bhature is beautifully displayed against a colorful backdrop that reflects the vibrancy of Indian culture. The focus on the foreground highlights the intricate textures and details of this traditional dish. Each element - from the perfectly cooked chole (chickpea curry) to the fluffy bhature (deep-fried bread) - is meticulously captured, enticing viewers with its mouthwatering appeal. Chandigarh's bustling streets are renowned for their street food scene, and Chole Bhature is a popular breakfast or snack option among locals and tourists alike. This close-up shot invites you to savor every bite as you imagine yourself indulging in this flavorful delight. As an iconic representation of Asian cuisine, this photograph celebrates not only the taste but also the cultural heritage associated with Chole Bhature. It serves as a reminder that food can be more than just sustenance; it can be an expression of tradition and identity. Ben Pipe Photography has skillfully captured both the visual allure and cultural significance behind this regional delicacy through his lens. Whether you're an avid traveler or simply appreciate good food photography, this print will transport your senses to India's bustling streets where flavors come alive.

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