Incredible India

Have you ever tried sweets made from vegetables?

If you had been looking out for skipping on this vegetable all this while, I’m sure its cupcake form will magnetize you even more! Yes, it is not just a nutrition powerhouse but also a reason to give this vegetable a shot for its most endearing form. Do try it once as I’m sure you’re going to love it.

The Fascinating Story of the ‘City of Dawn’, Auroville

Founded in 1968 by Mirra Alfassa, also known as ‘The Mother’, Auroville is an experimental township or a universal town. Designed by famous architect Roger Anger, Auroville is a must-visit attraction of Puducherry where people of different nationalities, cultures, and beliefs live together in harmony.

5 varieties of khichdi from around the country

Bisi Bele Bhath is a special khichdi due to more than one reason. It is made with Toor dal instead of the customary moong dal. However, the primary difference in flavors is because of a unique masala mix that contains a balance of 30 spices.

Rogan art: A traditional painting revived in India

Rogan art is so unique and unusual that Indian PM Narendra Modi gave then-US President Barack Obama a Tree of Life Rogan painting during his visit to the US in September 2014. The artwork was created by national award winner Abdul Gafur Khatri. 

Explore the 5 old and lost recipes of India

Most Indians have an emotional attachment with the kitchen, and owing to this, traditional recipes are passed on through legacy by just word of mouth, which makes food a valued inheritance.

Let’s discuss the amazing varieties of Jalebi in India

Jalebi is declared as the National sweet of India. In many cities or countries, Jalebi has several names such as jilipi, jilapi, mushabak, zulbia, and many more. It is the most popular sweet of India. It is given mainly for dessert.

Why Kashmir is known as paradise on earth?

Before Kashmir became a valley it was a huge lake known as the Karewa Lake. The valley lies between the Karakoram Range and the Pir Panjal formed when the lake was drained during tectonic shift.

Makar Sankranti: Know about this grand festival of India

Makar Sankranti is mainly celebrated as the harvest festival, marking the arrival of the spring season. The day is synonymous with kite flying as well. Makar Sankranti activities and rituals include taking a holy dip in the Ganges, offering Naivedya or special food items to the Surya or Sun god, and distributing food and clothes to the poor.

Lets explore about this interesting festival PONGAL!

The literal meaning of Pongal is spilling over or boiling. It is derived from Tamil literature. This resembles abundance and prosperity. Pongal is celebrated to thank God for providing a year-long good harvest. Along with this, Pongal is also named out of a sweet dish. It is made of rice, jaggery, and milk.