About the Author
Pushpesh Pant, born in Nainital in 1946 and educated in Nainital and Delhi, is a professor of diplomacy at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He has studied ancient Indian history, international law, and Ayurveda. A regular columnist for national newspapers and magazines, he is also a frequent contributor to radio and television. He writes in both English and Hindi and produces documentaries for television. He is a well-known authority on culinary matters and has published a popular cookbook, Buddhist Peace Recipes (also published by Roli Books). He lives in Delhi with his son, daughter-in-law, grandchild, and his German shepherd, Khampa. Huma Mohsin, born and brought up in Peshawar and educated at Home Economics College in that city, is a cookery expert. Her father belonged to North West Frontier Province while her mother hailed from Punjab - thus the recipes provided by her are an authentic mix of both. Besides rustling up mouth-watering dishes for her family, she is interested in reading and writing short stories. She lives in Peshawar with her husband and five children.
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