Indian culture

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas follow this Indian culture into their American home

Food is a intrinsic part Indian culture; it’s not only a way to satisfy hunger, but also a way to connect with friends and family. Priyanka Chopra, who grew up understanding this tradition, is now carrying on the same in her home in America. “When I was growing up, the dining table was this space with food and people coming together and that’s Indian Culture“, youhe actor Told People magazine, adding that hospitality is deeply embedded in the way you wake up every day in India.

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She added: “There is always family, cousins, friends, neighbours. This is how my house… always is. Just a sense of community and no rules.

Sharing Nick Jonas and his love for hosting friends at their home in Los Angeles, Priyanka said: “Usually we do Sunday brunches at home. Our friends are over and it’s so much fun.

“With us, my husband and I really like to entertain. We love having our friends and family. We have a close-knit community of friends and family. You really want to hang out with us! ” the Quantico said the star.

Priyanka added: “We’re not the ‘drop the house with the whole world’ kind of people. We have our core group of friends and that means a lot to us.

During the interaction, she also talked about her love for coffee and different types of condiments.

“Coffee, coffee, coffee. I like coffee. But coffee, teas, hot sauce. An entire shelf in my refrigerator is filled with only hot sauce varieties from different parts of the world. I’m a hot sauce connoisseur. I love it. I like seasoning. So you will see all kinds of condiments with us,” Mary Kom said the star.

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