New Delhi, Nov. 22 -- On the Dal Lake in Kashmir or in downtown Srinagar, bakeries are elaborately laid out and bakers sell various kinds of breads, with golden brown crusts and intricate, complex textures. In a majority of Kashmiri Pandit and Muslim cooking, the main part of the meal includes rice for supper. Bread is not part of the meal; it is only eaten with tea in the morning or evening. But there's no getting away from the fact that the aroma of freshly baked bread is very inviting. This smell of baked bread rising from the bakery, or "kandurwan" as it is known in Kashmir, is a tough temptation to resist. Here are some of the most popular and commonly found breads in Kashmir's bakeries.

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