Advantages Of Non-Stick Cookware

  Going for shopping of cookware can be really difficult as there can be several thoughts in the mind that can come. However, there are several benefits of using non stick cookware, which includes less usage of oil and can make the meals much more healthier. This is a really important factor. And if you…

Sweets To Make This Diwali

Indian festivals are known for uniting people across the country. In India, food is directly connected with different types of festivals. Diwali especially is a very beautiful festival that has a lot of delicacies involved, as Diwali is celebrated differently at different parts of the country. The first thing that comes to everyone’s mind when…

Diwali : Why Buy Kitchen Utensils & Important Dates

6 Reasons Why Diwali is the Ideal Time to Buy Kitchen Appliances as Gifts Diwali is that part of the year which is most celebrated by people all across India. It is also the time when most of the people make big purchases or buy new things for themselves or the house. Another really important…

Great Diwali Gifting Ideas

Diwali is a festival of lights and it is just around the corner. People all over India are preparing for the most awaited festival of the year. Diwali 2018 will be on the 7th of November which is Wednesday. The preparations seem to be in full swing with the upcoming online sales. This festival is…

Dussehra: All Things to Know

VijayaDashmi also known as Dussehra is a festival of appreciation of good and the power of good to overcome evil. This joyful and inspiring festival is celebrated by people all across India and is celebrated in different styles in different parts of the country. According to hindu mythology, it is called VijayaDashmi. It is written…

Know All About: The Last Three Days of Navratri

Navratri means nine sacred days that mark the most auspicious days in the Hindu calendar and hugely celebrated around the country. This is also called Maha Navratri, the festival falls in lunar month, the month of Ashwin and it comes during sharad ritu. According to a few hindu texts Navratris come four times a year…

All Things To Know: Kanjak or Ashtami

What is Kanjak Eighth day of Navratri, also called Ashtami is celebrated as Kanjak Puja. In India this is a very crucial part of the navratri. This festival is all about worshipping little girls to celebrate womanhood. Little girls are dressed as Devis and are also worshipped like a goddess. According to the ritual nine…

Top 5 Navratri Food Recipes

Navratri festivities give you a chance to get back to the roots and deviate from the day-to-day affair. Ingredients-like kuttu atta, singhara atta,fresh vegetables, milk, yogurt and makhanas are preferred as they are light on the stomach and can be digested easily. Instead of regular salt, rock salt or sendha namak is used as it is pure and unprocessed. Those who do not wish to fast may follow a vegetarian satvik diet…

Everyday Essentials in an Indian Kitchen

There are several basic essentials required in an Indian kitchen. Generally, Indian style of cooking will need these products in the kitchen for sure. There can be special cooking utensils or pots that you may use once in a while, but then a lot of basic things are required in everyday cooking and these are…

10 Gifts Under ₹2000/-

The start of this month marks as special, since with it, the season of festivals is here. With the approaching festivals, a lot of us would have to give gifts to a lot of people and  if you still do not know what you would give, then this definitely is the right read for you….