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The 44th Chess Olympiad Has It All: Chess, Dosa, and Vada

The CEO of the e-learning platform Chessable, Geert van der Velde, is currently exploring Indian cuisine.

The 44th Chess Olympiad is taking place in this city, and participants from around the world, including the players, are showcasing their skills on the board and enjoying the local cuisine.

Geert van der Velde, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Chessable, an online learning platform for mastering the game, said that it was his first trip to India and that he thoroughly enjoyed the experience of eating from a banana leaf.

I was already a fan of Indian food, so I wasn’t new to it.

Indian food has been one of my favorites ever since I first tried it.

Of course, I had never eaten authentic Indian food prepared in India because this was my first trip to the country.

“Eating with my fingers was something I had never done before.

I had no idea that this was how Indians typically ate their meals.

I’ve had Ethiopian food in restaurants where this is the norm before.

However, it was my first time eating Indian food on a banana leaf, and I thoroughly enjoyed it, van der Velde told PTI.

His tweet, “Loved the food so much I went back and brought the whole team,” went viral and was shared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who added, “India’s culinary diversity is legendary.

For every occasion, there is a dish available.

I’m happy to see that you’re having fun in Chennai and taking in the sights.

The variety of Indian food is renowned.

There is a dish available for every occasion.

It’s great to see you exploring and having fun in Chennai.

Upon seeing the prime minister reply to his tweet, Van der Velde expressed his delight, saying, “Of course, I was pleasantly surprised by Honorable Prime Minister Modi’s sharing of my picture sharing a meal with my colleagues at the Adyar Ananda Bhavan in Mahabalipuram.

Upon seeing the prime minister reply to his tweet, Van der Velde expressed his delight, saying, “Of course, I was pleasantly surprised by Honorable Prime Minister Modi’s sharing of my picture sharing a meal with my colleagues at the Adyar Ananda Bhavan in Mahabalipuram.

The richness of the flavors in the food here in Chennai, he continued, “is very special.

The flavor is extremely complex.

I must admit, however, that I probably don’t yet have a palate that is sufficiently adapted to this type of intensely spiced food to be able to fully appreciate it.

But I’m hoping that as time goes on, I’ll grow to love it even more.

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