Online sale of traditional Kashmiri delicacies does brisk business across Indian states

Srinagar, Sep 04 (ANI): A young entrepreneur in Srinagar established brisk business across various states as he started online sale of packed traditional Kashmiri cuisine (Wazwan) comprising a choice of 25 non vegetarian dishes. Wazwan is a traditional Kashmiri multi cuisine mostly comprising non vegetarian dishes and relished in Kashmir over centuries. Encouraged by the popularity of Wazwan not just in the valley but across all other states, Mehraj set up a shopping portal where it is made available online. The delicacies are delivered in special air tight packing of tins, which is being done in order to prolong their shelf life. The rates have also been kept reasonable for the common man. Sep 4, 2014

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