Sachin Tendulkar Relishes Bajre Ke Rotis Cooked On Chulha By Rajasthani Women

by Tooba Shaikh
Sachin Tendulkar Relishes Bajre Ke Rotis Cooked On Chulha By Rajasthani Women

You can use any number of the latest appliances to cook the most extensive of meals but the taste of a traditional meal cooked using traditional instruments cannot be replaced. Even the superstar and cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar would now share in with this sentiment of ours. The taste of food cooked using traditional instruments is completely different from food that is cooked using modern appliances. More so if the meal is simple and hearty.

Sachin Tendulkar Delights In A Simple Meal

Superstars and celebrities are known for their over-the-top and luxurious lifestyles. Simplicity is not something we associate with celebrities. As such, we also like to think that their meals would be just as extravagant. However, that is not always the case.

On a recent trip to Rajasthan, Sachin Tendulkar, who is known as the ‘God of Cricket’ in India, enjoyed a meal that was humble in all ways. In a video shared on his Instagram account, Sachin Tendulkar was seen relishing a simple bajre ki roti with ghee along with a couple of traditional Rajasthani women. For those of you who may not know, bajra is millet, and the Indian flatbread roti made out of millet is very popular in these parts of the country.

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Cricket Icon Praises The Simple Meal

The video received lots of love from people all over the country. People appreciated Tendulkar’s willingness to eat such a humble meal even though he is very rich and famous. He had nothing but good things to say to the two women who made the bajre ki roti for him. Even the two women seemed delighted to have the superstar sitting among them and so enthusiastically eating what they made for him. The caption of the video was “Chulhe pe bane khane ka swaad hi anokha hota hai!” Loosely translated, it says “The food cooked on a Chulha (a traditional Indian cookware) tastes unique!” The video was as wholesome as the meal itself.

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What traditional cookware do you miss the most?

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