The Gujarati traditional food is mainly vegetarian and has a high nutritious value. The characteristic of Gujarati Thali contains of varied types of lip spanking dishes. Gujarati cooking has so much to proposal and each dish has an categorically different food style. Some of the plates are mixing fry, while others are cooked. Gujarati food is more frequently served on a silvery dish. Gujarati use a mixture of different spices and tastes to cook their lunchtimes and this is what makes their food really striking.
The Traditional Thali of Gujarat mostly includes Rotli, Dal Bhaat or Kadhi, Sabzi also known as Shaak and Bhaat, Ladva, Ghathiya, Bhajiya, Jambu. People in Gujarat eat one or the additional kind of curry along with rice and roti in nearly every meal…show more content… 3. Economic Analysis:
Indicator Ghana India Uttarakhand Gujarat
Economic Mixed economy Mixed economy Mixed economy Mixed economy
Taxation Regulated by government of Ghana Authorized by Central government, IT department Authorized by Central government, IT department Authorized by Central government, IT department
Trade Regulatory and administrative of Ghana. Foreign exchange management Act 1999 of India Foreign exchange management Act 1999 of India Foreign exchange management Act 1999 of India
GDP Ghana has 37.68 U.S dollars. India has 2,051.23 U.S dollars. Uttarakhand has 87,350 Crores in 2012 Gujarat has 5,13,173 Crores in 2011
Poverty Level In Ghana poverty level is 28.6 % in 2005 India has 32.7 % poverty in 2005 Uttarakhand was 32.80 % in 2005 Gujarat has 13.80 % poverty in 2005.
• Poverty level in Ghana is quite higher than India
• Gold and cocoa industries contribute Ghana a large scale of export activities.
• Agriculture remains a mainstay of economy, accounting for more than one-third of GDP and about 55% of formal employment.
• Economy of Ghana and India is almost