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Michelin-starred Indian celebrity Chef Vikas Khanna recalls his Udupi connect


Team Udayavani, Nov 21, 2020, 12:22 PM IST

Manipal: Michelin-starred Indian celebrity Chef Vikas Khanna  said that the experience gained in Manipal helped in understanding the real meaning of cooking and food

Vikas Khanna was speaking at the Alumni Entrepreneurs’ Summit 2020 conducted through the Welcomgroup Entrepreneurship Development Cell (WEDC), Welcomgroup Graduate School of Hotel Administration (WGSHA) on Wednesday,Nov 18.

Khanna claimed that the time he spent at WGSHA helped him in reaching greater heights in his profession. He said that it was from his teachers, friends, and the city of Udupi that he gained knowledge about the culture and food. The event was live streamed on social digital media and was attended by thousands of viewers.

Earlier during the time when he laid the foundation stone for a culinary arts and culinary building at Welcomgroup Graduate Schools of Hotel Administration (WGSHA) hostel, Manipal, he said that he was deeply connected to Udupi with his guru who taught him several unique skills in sculpture, stone and wood carving. Khanna also said that Udupi is his  second home while Amritsar is the first

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