#DabbaGoals: The many names of India's beloved rice pudding, Kheer

One dish, many names. Kheer is just as popular, as it is delicious in every language

To celebrate different languages and promote linguistic diversity, February 21 is celebrated as International Mother Language Day. A delicacy that is just as popular in every language for example is Kheer.

A dish with different names in different states but it tastes scrumptious. So, on this International Mother Language Day, we have decoded what is ‘kheer’ called in different languages. Kashmiris call it Phirni, while for Sindhi, it is called Kheerni. In Hyderabad, you’ll be treated with Gil-e-Firdaus and Jhangore ki Kheer in Uttarakhand.

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