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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Google Doodle Celebrates Anglo-Indian Entrepreneur Sake Dean Mahomed


One of the most notable non-non-European migrants in the western world, Mahomed also opened an Indian restaurant in England, which would become one of the most popular dishes in the UK.



Today's Google doodle celebrates Anglo-Indian passenger, SAC Dean, Mahomes. Mehmed, an entrepreneur, is known for building cultural relations between India and England. On this day, 225 years ago, Mahomed became the first Indian writer to publish a book in English. One of the most notable non-non-European migrants in the western world, Mahomed also opened an Indian restaurant in England, which would become one of the most popular dishes in the UK.
In 1810, after going to London, Sake Dean Mahomed opened the first Indian restaurant of the Hindostanee Coffee House, UK. A few years later, Mahomed had to be forced to close its stunning restaurant. In 1812, after shutting down his restaurant, he demanded to reconstruct himself.

By taking his family to the beach town of Brighton, he opened a spa called SAC Dean Mahemaid's bath, in which a luxurious herbal steam bath was offered. A combination of a steam bath and an Indian therapeutic massage, which he named "Shampoo", whose Hindi meaning is inspired by Shimirija, which means "Head massage".

Mehmed also had success in the form of "The Shampooing Surgeon of Brighton", which opened a spa in the British seaside city, which attracted the rich and the imperial. In 1822, he was appointed King George IV's personal 'Shampooing Surgeon'. It gave a big boost to their business. In Brighton Museum in England, there is a picture of Saak Dean Mahomed, in which the person has been praised, who helped to mix the cultures of his two houses.

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