Methi Thepla

Methi Thepla
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Diwali Celebrations – Eco-Friendly And Organic Way

Diwali can be many things – shubh, exciting, lovely, and fantastic. Let’s add one more adjective, ‘Organic’. Celebrating Diwali is all about people bearing gifts, decorating houses with diyas and flowers, delicious food and sweets.
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Traditional Diwali – All About Diwali Foods

The Festival of Lights, Diwali, is so much more than just lights. It’s mithai. It’s decorations. And it is families coming together. Diwali is one of the biggest festivals in India, but celebrating it away from the country brings with it, its own type of charm.
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Navratri Celebrations Across India

Navratri, the festival of nine colors brings you blessings of the nine avatars of Goddess Durga. This nine-day festival is celebrated in various ways around the globe.
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A Guide to Navratri Fasting

Navratri, nine days of colors, music, love, and FASTING! Fasting is a part of the rituals surrounding Navratri. It is a way of celebrating these nine days.
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Modak

Modak
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Puran Poli

Puran Poli
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Sooji Coarse

Sooji Coarse, widely known as semolina, is a coarse flour-like product made from beating Durum wheat. The colors and size of sooji can vary depending on the quality of the Durum wheat. Moreover, sooji is a versatile ingredient that is used to make both savory and sweet delicacies.   For instance, the most-celebrated sooji delicacies are sooji halwa, upma, rava idli, rava dosa, and masala idli.
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Cracked Wheat

Cracked wheat, also known as Bulgur, is derived by grinding whole wheat into coarse particles.   It is not as finely ground like flour. In Indian households, it is widely known as Daliya. It is a good substitute for rice-based dishes like Khichdi, Pulao, and more.
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Unique Uses Of Spices

Spices' Unique Uses - i. Keep Your Feet From Smelling! ii. Deodorize Bottles For Reuse. iii. Scent Your home. iv. Keep Ants At Bay. v. Control Insects
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