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New Jersey Restaurant Launches "Modi Thali" in Honor of PM's Visit

"Modi Thali" (symbolic picture)
"Modi Thali" (symbolic picture)

 

New Jersey (June 19,2023) : A New Jersey restaurant has launched a special thali in honor of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the United States. The "Modi Thali" is a traditional Indian meal that includes a variety of dishes, such as tandoori chicken, biryani, and naan.

The restaurant, Akbar in Edison, New Jersey, is owned by Indian-American businessman Suresh Patel. Patel said he wanted to create a special dish to honor Modi's visit and to showcase Indian cuisine to Americans. The "Modi Thali" is priced at $25 and is available for dine-in and take-out. The restaurant is expecting a large number of customers to try the dish during Modi's visit.

Patel said he is hopeful that the "Modi Thali" will help to promote Indian culture and cuisine to Americans. He said, "I want Americans to experience the flavors of India and to learn more about our culture."
The "Modi Thali" is just one of the many ways that Indians in the United States are celebrating Modi's visit. Other events include cultural festivals, concerts, and community gatherings.

Modi is scheduled to arrive in the United States on June 25 for a three-day visit. He will meet with President Joe Biden and other US officials. He is also expected to address a large gathering of Indian-Americans.
The "Modi Thali" is a unique way for Indians in the United States to celebrate Modi's visit. The dish is a delicious and affordable way to experience the flavors of India. It is also a great way to learn more about Indian culture.

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