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The focus of the series is to show viewers what led to the invention of royal delicacies from members of the royal families themselves who will also be seen participating in the series.
"India has an extremely rich history and even today there are several royal families that follow culinary traditions passed down for generations. Knowing the origins of such fantastic food traditions, anecdotes and stories associated with them is absolutely riveting," Kapur said in a statement.
"As someone who is constantly researching Indian food and culture, Behrouz Biryani and TVF's The Royal Palate has been a journey of discovery for me. I hope the viewers enjoy the show as they get to learn about India's royal culinary heritage through it," he added.
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