Geography

Question

Which food is not a staple of the Indian diet?

rice

lentils

wheat

meat

2 Answer

  • Meat is not a staple of the Indian diet. Generally, it is said that most Indian religions promote vegetarianism.
  • Meat is the answer because generally people tend to be Hindus and being a vegetarian is quite common because killing animals (who tend to be deities, which they worship) is very wrong.

    Also...

    Rice grows really well in the South
    Wheat grows really well in the North
    Lentils are used in dal and curry

    Hope this helps :)