With Narendra Modi as Prime Minister, the youth and the people of the nation are now actively participating in politics. Narendra Modi’s strong regime and new policymaking have been often challenged by the opposition parties, and more efficient leaders who have surfaced are now making headlines today.
However, before their tough schedules and busy meetings, one cannot help but wonder what could be their dietary routine. Let’s see the food habits of various politicians and their favourite items.
Narendra Modi is a typical Gujarati and is fond of Gujarati delicacies. His favourite Gujarati items are white dhokla, besan khandvi, and undhiyu. Apart from regional food, he is a simple man and eats homemade food, such as yellow dal, chappatis, rice, and green vegetables.
Rahul Gandhi admits that in-between tight schedules, he forgets to take his breakfast sometimes. He hails from Delhi and he shares an amicable bond with Delhiite food. He loves momos and is also fond of coastal cuisines and some Gujarati items.
The minister of transport is a street food lover and is known to buy bhelpuri from a famous street vendor in Mumbai. He is a strict vegetarian and enjoys Maharashtrian food.
Sonia Gandhi maintains a strict diet and only eats plain dal and roti. She has avoided pizzas and kinds of pasta throughout her life. She has a special corner in her heart for coffee.
“Maatir manush”, Chief Minister of Bengal who hails from Trinamool Congress, is a lover of puffed rice and tea. Interestingly, she also loves aloor chop or Potato deep-fried fritters and chocolates.
The home minister of India’s favourite dish is Poha along with sev on top with a small squeeze of lemon. He too, like Narendra Modi loves home-cooked Gujarati food.
Former television actor and education minister love tea and coffee. She enjoys Gujarati dishes as well.