Why is curry associated with Pakis when curry is Indian not Muslim?
- liberalLv 62 months ago
Curry based dishes are eaten throughout the subcontinent, regardless of nationality / religion
- AlphaLv 72 months ago
Curries are not associated with any nationalities or religion. First, curry is associated with the Indian subcontinent which is made up of many different religion such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Muslim, Sikhism, and many others. Second, the area that is today Pakistan was once part of India and was broken off from India after India gain independence from Britain to form West Pakistan and East Pakistan which are now named Pakistan and Myanmar, respectively.
Last, the very word "curry" is an English word and some of the recipes have been anglicised from the Indian dish and word Kahdi. Curry have also been changed in other cultures in Asia in places such as Thailand, Japan, Singapore, and elsewhere.
- abdulLv 72 months ago
Thailand also serves lots of curry dishes.
- ckngbbblsLv 72 months ago
Niether Pakis or Indian hve anything to do with Muslim.
Pakistan and Inda are countries, Muslim is a religion.
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- CliveLv 72 months ago
Because they eat it too. And Indian is not a religion, Muslim is. There are Indian Muslims.
- Fred3663Lv 72 months ago
Curry is a general name for spiced dishes from the Indian subcontinent, not just the country of India.
- iblis666lovesyouLv 62 months ago
Punjabi..... Cuisine. ...
- CrustyCurmudgeonLv 72 months ago
Could it be because Pakistan was once part of India?
- Anonymous2 months ago
Curry based dishes are enjoyed in both countries also Bangladesh. Difference is that in
Muslim areas they prepare it halal which really isn't much different than kosher for Jews.Source(s): Having friends from all three countries, some of whom are Muslim, and others are Hindu.
- PearlLv 72 months ago
maybe its both of them