I stand corrected over a previous post where I stated Bush would not visit Rajghat due to a clash of religious ideology over cremations. He did visit and he wrote thus:
"I am grateful for the opportunity to honour Mahatma Gandhi at this sacred site. His life was an inspiration to people around the world and his contributions to all mankind place him among the great leaders of history."The luncheon menu for the Prime Minister's lunch today features Mushroom Soup made from extracts of mushroom, Seafood Platter with sea bass, crab meat and spiced prawns, Lamb Curry, Spinach and Corn Curry, Tomatoes Stuffed with Cottage Cheese, Urlai Roast Potatoes, Kalonji Gobhi, Yellow Dal, Tandoori Salmon served with Mango Chutney, Alphonso Mangoes with Kulfi and Masala Chai Crème Brulee. Presumably there will be rice and rotis too.