Bengali cuisine is a culinary style originating in Bengal, a region in the east of India, which is now divided between the Bangladesh and the West Bengal. Bengali food is one of the most important cuisines in India, which has been majorly influence by history trends. It still holds its authenticity over 1000 years, though they were once ruled by Mughals and British.
Bengali food has inherited a large number of influence, both foreign and South Asian – through strong trade links from many parts of the world. It also saw immigrants from various parts of the world – Chinese in west and Afghans in east.