An exhibition at Birmingham's Museum and Art Gallery charting the beginning of the country's curry culture has come to an end.
'Knights of the Raj' focused on the untold stories of the Bangladeshi community that pioneered the industry, and helped to popularise the curry house as we know it decades ago.
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