When my grandmother died of cancer she was a subject line with nothing in the body. Then, as a 12 year old, I wondered how she could be so light. That so much weight could disappear seemed to me as remarkable as the fact of death itself.
This standard Hindu breakfast—a mix of rice, lentils and spices—is widely prepared in various renditions across Pakistan, northern India and Bangladesh. Common accompaniments include deep-fried eggplant, oil-based pickles and yogurt. --WomansDay.com
Comments following this breakfast description include: "Hindi is a language, Hindu is an adherent to the Hindu religion, Indian is the nationality....there no Hindi people...you mean North Indian...get it right.."
"Hindi is a language, not a culture. It's frustrating that a big publication like Womans Day would allow such an error. The appropriate label for the kichri would be North Indian and Pakistani. Also, kichri is not eaten for breakfast. The typical breakfast food is Halwa puri with cholay."