There are several views about the origin of the word Kebab. It may have been derived from the Arabic word Kab, which means a turning movement and cabob, meaning a piece of meat, fish, poultry or vegetable, so that the fusion of these two words led to kebab. The Arabic word possibly derives from the Aramaic, Kabbaba, which probably has its origins in Kababu meaning 'to burn or char'. Whatever the etymology, there are countless varieties of Kebabs in Delhi. This Kebab Trail will take you across Delhi to relish the delicious, succulent, and exquisitely spiced kebabs which has experienced a long journey and many incarnations.