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Vegetarianism in India, Indian Culture
Vegetarianism in India is mostly governed by cultural and religious history. India ranks first in the adoption of vegetarianism and the people have also explored numerous health benefits bestowed by it.
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Jharkhand cuisine comprises of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. However these dishes have not been commercialized which can be attributed to their low popularity.
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