How Does Tandoori Roti Differ From Naan?

Flatbreads are a staple of every Indian household. There are many Indian flatbreads, based on the region you visit in India. The varieties made of flour or wheat are Roti, chapati, Naan, paratha, and so on, and those made using rice and pulses like dosa, appam, pathiri, and so on. Any visitor to India cannot return without partaking in a meal of one of these flatbreads, lentils, and a curry of their choice.
The conventional flatbreads, usually preferred for breakfast and dinner in most northern parts of India, are Roti and Naan, and there are many varieties. These two flatbreads go with almost anything- roasted vegetables, scrambled eggs, chicken curry, lentils, and so on.