‘Namaste’ or ‘namaskar’ is the Indian way of greeting one another. Wherever they are--on the street, in the house, in public transport, on vacation or on the phone--when Hindus meet people they know or strangers with whom they want to initiate a conversation, "namaste" is the customary courtesy greeting with which to begin a conversation, and often the salutation with which to end an encounter. It is not a superficial gesture or a mere word, and it is used with all people one meets--young and old, friends and strangers.
Namaste India restaurant is opened by trained chef Jagjit Sekhon. He has been preparing mouth watering delectable dishes for the last 20+ years.