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Flavours of Hope

As a thriving hub of immigrants, Delhi is a foodie's paradise where refugees and displaced people tell their own stories through food to win over hearts, minds and stomachs in their home away from home.

Rouhid Ali, 26

Unless you have been to Myanmar or have a Burmese connect, chances are you've never heard of Mohinga, the beloved Burmese dish. Ali grew up in Manipur but on a daily diet of Mohinga, rice noodles in fish soup, cooked to perfection

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