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The Tharu food culture is largely characterised by the fertile flooded plains, forests, and habitats they live in. Anadi, a sticky rice, is traditionally grown by Tharu communities. Fish, crabs, river escargot, and mussels from the rivers and water bodies are central to the Tharu food culture. Bahari presents the flavour and spices of Tharu recipes that have been passed down through generations. The kitchen offers on-the-spot cooking, where guests can experience traditional culinary practises infused with local ingredients and vegetables from their organic garden. Meals are served with various cultural musical and dance performances.

Welcome to Unnati Cultural Village