Main article: Sindhi cuisine Sindhi cuisine refers to the native cuisine of the Sindhi people from the Sindh region, now in Pakistan. While Sindh is not geographically a part of modern India, its food is there, where a sizeable number of Sindhi people who are Hindu by religion migrated following the Partition of India, especially in Sindhi enclaves such as Ulhasnagar and Gandhidam. A typical meal in most Sindhi households consists of wheat-based flatbread (phulka) and rice accompanied by two dishes, one with gravy and one dry. Lotus stem (called as kamal kakri) is also used in sindhi dishes. Cooking vegetables by deep frying is a common practice followed. Sindhi cuisine is mostly influenced by Punjab and Gujarat state. Some common ingredients used are mango powder, tamarind, kokum flowers and dried pomegranate seeds.