( November 17, 2017 )
The Michelin-starred Indian chef was in Delhi to launch his 28th book, and talked about a number of issues close to his heart.
If there’s one thing that celebrity chef Vikas Khanna always does, it is to strike the right chord through everything he does. The Michelin-starred chef did the same again, during his recent trip to Delhi.
Khanna was in town to launch his new book, A Tree Named Ganga, but also took the opportunity to take into account the current climatic situation. As the goodwill ambassador for the Smile Foundation, he felt he needed to take his new book–his third work of fiction for children–to the kids of Delhi, while teaching them a valuable lesson through example.