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Foods of India are better known for its spiciness. Throughout India, be it North India or South India, spices are used generously in food. But one must not forget that every single spice used in Indian dishes carries some or the other nutritional as well as medicinal properties. 
North Indian Food
Food in the north India, to begin with, Kashmiri cuisines reflect strong Central Asian influences. In Kashmir, mostly all the dishes are prepared around the main course of rice found abundantly in the beautiful valley. Another delicious item cooked here is the 'Saag' that is prepared with a green leafy vegetable known as the 'Hak'. 
But on the other hand states like the Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh show high consumption of chapatis as staple food. Again, these chapatis are prepared with a variety of flours such as wheat, rice, maida, besan etc. Besides chapatis other closely related breads baked in these regions include Tandoori, Rumaali and Naan etc. However in the northern region impact of Mughlai food is quite obvious. 
West Indian Food
In western India, the desert cuisine is famous for its unique taste and varieties of food. Rajasthan and Gujarat are the states that represent the desseert flavor of Indian food. Here an immense variety of dals and achars (pickles/preserves) is used that simply substitutes the relative lack of fresh vegetables in these areas. 
In the states like Maharashtra, the food is usually a mix of both north as well as south cooking styles. Here people use both the rice and the wheat with same interest. Along the coastline of Mumbai a wide variety of fishes is available. Some of the delicious preparations include dishes like the Bombay Prawn and Pomfret. 
In Goa, that is further down towards south, one can notice Portuguese influence in the cooking style as well as in the dishes. Some of the major dishes of this regiun are the sweet and sour Vindaloo, duck baffad, sorpotel and egg molie etc. 
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India is very well known for its food.As there are 28 states in INDIA,I'll try to tell all the food eaten there.

So lets start from the North

1) DELHI - It influences its cuisine from different places like from Punjab Chole Bhature,Aloo Tikki ,etc.,also infuences from south indian and Mughlai cuisines like Idli, Dosa, Sambar and Mutton Keema ,Biryani,etc, respectively. 

2) J & K - Mainly non-veg food like chicken, mutton, fish,etc. are prefered by the people.

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There is a variety of food eaten so cant name all! :) enjoy

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Food in south India-

1. Karnataka- Bisi bele bath, akki rotti, Jolada rotti, Raagi rotti, Saaru, Vaangi bath, kesari bath, raagi mudde and uppittu and many others too

2. Kerala-  Idiyappan, puttu, Saambaar, Aviyal, kaalan, Thoran, Poduthol, Pulisherry, pulinji, payaru, Kalathappan, and many others too.

3. Andhra Pradesh- Vepudu, pappu koora, podi, gojju, pulusu, kaaram petti koora, Sambar, chaaru,  rasam, ooragaya, and many others too.

4. Tamil Nadu- Puliyodarai, uthappam, upma, dosai, idli, sambar, rasam, thayir sadam, kottu, sevai, idiyappam and many others too.


I hope I helped you....

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1) west bengal- rice and fish.

2)gujrat- dhokla.

3)tamil nadu- vada and sambar

4)madhya pradesh- mal-pua and mawa- bati.

5)jammu and kashmir- makki ki roti and chole bature.

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