Indian chef Vikas Khanna, a Michelin-starred chef, has won numerous awards for his culinary and humanitarian work, including founding the SAKIV foundation and writing numerous cookbooks.

Chef Sanjeev Kapoor, known for his TV show "Khana Khazana" and culinary contributions, has won numerous awards, opened restaurants, and co-founded the Sanjeev Kapoor Academy.

Michelin-starred chef Vineet Bhatia reinvents Indian cuisine, earning his first Michelin star at London's Star of India. He has judged MasterChef India and written cookbooks.

Atul Kochhar, an Indian chef with Michelin stars, the James Beard Foundation, and the World's 50 Best Restaurants, pioneered modern Indian cuisine at Benares Restaurant in London.

A famous Indian chef, Chef Vicky Ratnani, uses fresh, local products and creates meals and recipes for food and beverage corporations.

Chef Shipra Khanna, winner of MasterChef India, has written cookbooks and hosted cooking shows like "Pure Sin" and "Kitchen Stars," renowned for using traditional Indian spices.

Ranveer Brar, an Indian chef and TV personality, has reinvented Indian cuisine by combining traditional methods with modern flavors, winning awards and authored cookbooks.

Chef Madhur Jaffrey, an Indian actress, food writer, and TV personality, popularised Indian cuisine in the West and has won the James Beard Foundation Award for Lifetime Achievement.

Kunal Kapur, an Indian chef, TV host, and author, has starred in cooking shows like MasterChef India and has authored cookbooks like "A Chef in Every Home" and "My Yellow Table.".

Tarla Dalal, a renowned Indian chef, author, and TV personality, popularised vegetarianism in India, wrote over 100 cookbooks, and received the Padma Shri for her recipes.