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Urdu , An "official language of North India" ?...[edit]

It is Hindi.

— Preceding unsigned comment added by [[Special:Contributions/{{{2}}}|{{{2}}}]] ([[User talk:{{{2}}}|talk]]) 14:34, 09 June 2010

UK or US spelling of this article.[edit]

I would say this article should use angliced grammar and spelling. The UK has some influence in the spread of curry, and it has become an adopted national dish. The article also is a C class of interest to the UK group. Now I wouldnt start anglicing an article on Hamburger would I? :) Irondome (talk) 19:24, 8 March 2013 (UTC)

Reversion of change in lead: May 17, 2013[edit]

The "previous" version of the lead was carefully written to convey the nuances of various cultural perceptions of "curry" in different parts of the world. The generic concept of "curry" as understood (for example) by the British (or Americans) has little to do with the specific actual Indian models on which "British" curry dishes are based. Please don't make "style" edits that change the meaning and sense of carefully selected wording. Thanks. (I wrote the original lead). Yankeecook (talk) 00:13, 18 May 2013 (UTC)

Removed section on defecation[edit]

Removed the line "One notable trait of curry, is the disturbance of the human digestive system. Usually leading to 'sloppy', 'wet' and 'barely solid' defecation. The defecation is usually tainted with the smell and colour of the curry eaten beforehand."

Unnecessary, not cited, and may contain original research. Seriously, it's inappropriate to a food article. Zola (talk) 00:33, 26 February 2014 (UTC)

Korea[edit]

In South Korea, "karry rah-ees" or "karry bap" is moderately popular. It is a greenish-brownish sauce made from curry powder and contains potatoes, carrots and small quantities of other vegetables. the sauce is served with white rice. For a picture, see http://ask.nate.com/qna/view.html?n=8830546. 211.225.33.104 (talk) 23:48, 25 May 2014 (UTC)