Anushruti is a food writer, health and wellbeing consultant, recipe creator, photographer and food presenter. She is the creator and author of the popular website/blog Divine Taste. Anushruti is a certified nutritionist and loves to combine modern nutrition with the age-old science of Ayurveda.

She has been featured in the Wall Street Journal blog, BBC Good Food, other important websites, publications, radio and television. Anushruti has hosted a very popular digital cooking show titled “Divine Taste With Anushruti” on Rajshri Food. In her other show called “Kiddies Corner With Anushruti” kid friendly recipes were showcased. You can also find her on Amazon Prime Video. Anushruti has also hosted workshops for European Union, Spanish Government and other entities.

In Feb 2020, Anushruti was given an award at the Asia Food Congress for her contribution in the field of food and nutrition. Anushruti also gives talks on food and nutrition in corporates and institutes and hosts masterclasses, talks and workshops in colleges and other venues. As an expert in her field she has been invited as a panelist in literature fests and other events.

Through her website Divine Taste, Anushruti has been able to reach thousands of people from across the world. Her recipes have been recreated in homes and professional kitchens; by college students and home-makers, for special occasions and everyday cooking as well.

Anushruti has a postgraduate degree in nutrition and dietetics and has studied Ayurved Aahar Vigyan (Ayurvedic Diet and Nutrition) from International academy of Ayurved, Pune. She has dedicated years of study and research into wellness from the Ayurvedic perspective. Anushruti comes from a family of Ayurveda proponents, her great grandfather was an Ayurvedic vaidya in the Uttara Kannada region of Karnataka in south India and her grandfather started one of the most prestigious Ayurveda college in Karnataka, India. Anushruti has received precious secrets of using medicinal herbs and spices from her grandmother who learned this art in the family. She loves to share all this knowledge through her writings, shows and individual and group consultations.

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Being around trees is one of the ways to increase prana or vital energy. In olden days, teachers used to impart education to their students under a tree. When I was growing up, I had the good fortune of being around the auspicious ashwattha or peepal tree in my grandmother’s front yard where she passed on many Ayurvedic and wellness tips and tricks. We recited vedic mantras and chants here and many stories from the ancient texts and other secrets unfolded in this sacred space. I have long been fascinated with trees which also explains the logo of this site.