India is a sublime fusion of the east and the west, in the most delicate and subliminal way. It is deeply steeped in tradition and yet is incredibly progressive, it is where knowing your heritage is just as important as opening up to new influences. It is this what makes India unique - the correct mix of tradition and modernity. The hospitality of Indians is legendary: the dictum of hospitality lies in three famous Sanskrit words "Attithi Devo Bhavah" or "the guest is truly your god". Indians believe that they are honored if they share their meals with guests. The finest of India's cuisines is as rich and diverse BS its civilization. It is an art form that has been passed on through generations purely by word of mouth, from guru (teacher) to vidhyarthi (pupil) or from mother to daughter. Only one place on the map incorporates this riot of sensory stimulation in its meals: India. In fact, the intensive use of spices be it whole, ground, roasted or stewed marks the unifying characteristic of an otherwise highly diverse cuisine. Characterizing Indian food is a bit like describing all the cuisine in the world at once. Indian food presents a range of flavors, intense and subtle, as vast as the country itself. Regional influences range from climate and elevation to history and religion hence they define the culinary differences which is not surprising considering Indiais a country occupying an area of 1,216,295 square miles with over 1 billion people embracing 100 different languages, cradling thousands of art forms and cultures and a million Gods, India has always welcomed new influences and among the art forms so influenced is the ancient art of Indian cooking, evolving and absorbing constantly. Mehek (Aroma) showcases the finest of Indian Cuisine in its new avatar delectable traditional dishes with a contemporary twist.