Nepali Thali

Nepal is a landlocked country in Southeast Asia. It borders China in the north and India in the south, east, and west.

Much of Nepalese dishes are made in India too, especially in the Northeastern and North Indian states. Even though Nepali food is not as famous as its neighboring countries, it has many distinctive qualities.

Kangri Dham

It is believed that Dham was initially served as ‘Prasad’ in temples but now it is served as an entire meal during festivals, marriages, etc.

It is said that King Jaisthamba, one of the Kings of Chamba, was so fascinated by the Kashmiri food that he decided to recreate those dishes among Chamba locals and to offer them to their local Goddess.

During that period, Chamba was famous for its spices, Rajma, and milk. Hence, the cooks came out with a new dish called “Dham”.