Purabi is an Indian foodie living in Hong Kong and managing a food blog called Cosmopolitan Currymania. Her endeavour is to spread the taste of Asian cuisine (especially the Indian) to the whole world. She loves to discuss and share those recipes which are still unknown to the rest of the world and which are relatively uncommon in the “famous Indian restaurants.” Indian cuisine has a rich diversity and here on Zomppa, she will bring up interesting insights and tips on fine Indian cooking. Not only that, be prepared for some delectable fusion food and the best of Hong Kong delicacies in her articles!
After doing Masters in Inorganic Chemistry from Delhi University in 2001, she jumped into the field of copyediting for research journals of American Institute of Physics, including other esteemed publishers like Wiley. She was in New Delhi, India, till her marriage in 2004, and after that, she shifted to Mumbai with her husband. Soon she was copyediting research journals for reputed publishing houses. The big break in her career happened in 2006, when she was appointed as the Senior Content Writer and Editor for Economics Times B2B magazine called Times Journal of Food Processing. In a short time, she was promoted to the Project Manager level. But motherhood paved its way into her life and she gave up my career for my little ones. At home, she started researching on food and cooking, the latter being her favourite pastime. Now she has found a new foodie world for myself and she is extremely happy to be a part of this.
She started her food blog Cosmopolitan Currymania in April 2011 and she is satisfied and overwhelmed by the way it is growing on its own pace day by day. It is is listed among the top blogs in Hong Kong now according to Hong Kong Blogs Review! She is excited to promote the taste of Asia to a different level altogether!
Check out all of Purabi’s Zomppa.com posts here.