Waza refers to a Cook specilazing in Kashmiri banquets. Vasta Waza is the Master chef.

Wazwan refers to the delectable aromatic banquet of Kashmir. Wazwan consists of 36 course meal, essentially, meat-based prepared by Wazas (cooks) under the supervision of Vasta Waza, the Master Chef.

Kashmir is located in the northwestern part of India.

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