Just because you ordered a color of Thai Curry, doesn’t mean that it’s going to be mild, medium, or spicy. The base ingredients, the curry chef, and what it’s served with play huge roles in how hot your Thai Curry actually is. How many fresh, hot chillies are used, how much paste is used, how much coconut milk is used, and what veggies are added to the curry all play pivotal parts in the spiciness of the curry. Those that are water based tend to be hotter because there is no fat from coconut milk or cream to help offset the heat. Serving spicy curry with rice, preferably hot curry over room temperature rice, will help when your curry is on the spicy side.
Indian Culture is the ancient and one of the most popular cultures in the world. India is very well known for its rich cultural heritage which is a combination of customs, traditions, lifestyle, religion, languages, rituals, cuisine, etc. depending upon area. Here you can see unity in diversity like people belonging to different religions live happily. Guests are considered God here, people welcomed them with joined hands and a smile on their face. Not only the guests but here people worship animals, statues, rivers, stones, trees, kids, etc.