Heading Back to Our Roots: This Brand Is Changing the Hair Game
The Earth Collective promises the antidote to thirsty, dull, and damaged hair.
Immunity-Boosting Miracle Chyawanprash, an Ancient Indian Ayurvedic Remedy
A time tested Ayurvedic formulation to bolster the immune system.
Exploring Punjabi Traditions Through Delightful Winter Desserts
Desserts that complete your dinner and prepare you to embrace winters in Punjab.
Bittersweet Wintertime Delights From The Heart Of Gujarat
Gujaratis are known to have a sweet tooth, so much so that almost everyone from Gujarat adds a pinch of sugar to their vegetables and dal too. So, when it comes to sweets, the general perception is that they would be made extra sweet. However, it’s a totally different scenario when it comes to the winter sweets of Gujarat. Most of the sweets made during winters in Gujarat are loaded with a variety of warming spices, ghee, dried fruits, edible gum and methi seeds. Eaten in small quantities, these nutrient-rich sweets send the warmth right up to the toes. Lentils […]
From the depths of South India comes India’s National Soup – Mulligatawny
Mulligatawny or curry soup as it is known has its origins in Southern India. Traditionally, Mulligatawny soup was made by combining vegetables, lentils and rice. However, when the Britishers ruled India, they developed a liking for it and made their own version by adding meat to it. Mulligatawny derives its name from Tamil where milagu = pepper and tanni = water. So, technically it is pepper or spicy water. But the soup actually has a thick creamy texture with layers of authentic flavours. The consistency can be adjusted depending on personal preference; it can be pureed or left chunky. While […]
Warming Your Hearts This Winter Season: Nolen Gur, A Bengali Delicacy
Come winter, one can see earthenware pots tied high up on date palm trees to collect the sweet first flush of juice from the plant. At the crack of dawn, the next day, before the sun is up, the pots are taken down. The juice is either drunk when fresh, fermented and turned into a mild alcoholic drink called tari, or cooked over wood or coal fires to make richly sweet jaggery or nolen gur. Nolen gur, notun gur or khajur gur is date palm jaggery that has a richer and deeper flavour than sugarcane jaggery. It is available for […]
Decoding Why Til & Gud Are Revered During Makar Sankranti
Foods and rituals that celebrate Uttarayan and the beginning of the harvest season.
Bihar’s Rustic Winter On A Plate: Litti Chokha
The nutritious and rustic meal that is relished alike by farmers and royalty.
A Winter Favourite From The Yellow Fields Of Punjab: Makki Di Roti Te Sarson Da Saag
The signature delicacy from Punjab to keep you warm during the harsh winters in North India.
The Quintessential Winter Food of Gujarat – Undhiyu
The history and science behind the one pot dish made with wintry tubers and vegetables.
5 Timeless Independence Day Poems By The Best Poets Of India To Put You In The Patriotic Mood
These patriotic poems by the most renowned poets and leaders of India are the perfect addition to your Independence Day celebrations.