Southern Indian specialties have a chic home with a splash of Bollywood glam in Bellevue Square’s Moksha. Chicken, prawn, lamb and panner (cheese) are boiled in spiced curries, stirred in aromatic stews and mixed into heat-bringing stir-fry and rice plates inspired by the owner’s native state of Tamil Nadu on the Gulf of Mannar. Karaikudi (a lamb curry with tomato, onions, red chile fennel and garlic) stars as the house dish. Flavor is found in the decor, too, with stencils of tattooed elephants on tall white walls over banquettes backed in bold colors, all lit up by large woven-cloth light sculptures. The name of the restaurant comes from the Hindu state of bliss arrived at once reincarnation is complete, which is not promised on the menu.