Akshayya Tritiya (festival)

‘Akshayya Tritiya’ is a Hindu festival celebrated with an enthusiasm throughout India. This day is considered as auspicious in many regions for starting new ventures, marriages, investments such as in gold, property and any new beginnings. In Sanskrit, the word “Akshayya” (अक्षय्य) means “imperishable, eternal, the never diminishing” in the sense of “prosperity, hope, joy, … Continue reading Akshayya Tritiya (festival)

Lemon Iced Tea

“Lemon Ice Tea” is one of the refreshing drink during summers. It has always been one of my favorite drink because of its fresh vibrant flavor and color. This fresh homemade Iced tea recipe is very simple, easy to make and all ingredients are easily available at home. Ingredients: Black Tea Bags – 2 (depends … Continue reading Lemon Iced Tea

Reshma Bhurji Center (Pune)

Pune city the place I belong to is the second largest city in the Indian state of Maharashtra, after Mumbai. Its also known as “The Land of Marathas” and is a blend of rich culture, heritage, and modernization. Pune is not only famous for its lavish restaurants and nightlife but also well-known for exclusive street … Continue reading Reshma Bhurji Center (Pune)

RamKrishna Hotel (Pune)

Ramkrishna officially known as Rama Krishna (RK) is one of the oldest and my favorite hotel in Pune. I am visiting this restaurant from past 12years. Food, Ambiance, location everything is great. So, if you’re looking for a pure veg restaurant in the core city area then ‘RamKrishna’ would be a great option. This restaurant … Continue reading RamKrishna Hotel (Pune)

Methi (fenugreek) Ke Kababs

Methi leaves or fenugreek leaves is the most commonly used green leafy vegetable in India. It has its own aroma, bitter in taste which enhances the flavor when added in any Indian cuisine. Methi (fenugreek) can be used as fresh leaves or dried leaves while cooking. Methi leaves have its own nutritional values these are … Continue reading Methi (fenugreek) Ke Kababs

Gudi Padwa – Festive food

India a well-known country of cultural and traditional festivals. It’s a country with diverse religious and cultural backgrounds which tends to celebrate festivals for historical mythology, seasonal changes and some for cleaning and decorating house to keep the environment clean. GUDI PADWA our traditional new year is celebrated in and near Maharashtra state (India) from … Continue reading Gudi Padwa – Festive food

Veg Masala Toast

Hello Friends, hope you all are doing good. One of the most common worries of women or rather of a mother is ‘cooking’! Right from breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner, everything needs to be prepared, keeping in mind the health factor. It should also be liked by family members and quick to prepare. Let me … Continue reading Veg Masala Toast

ARMANI/AMAL Resturant (Burj Khalifa)

Special Occasion is celebrated at special places and this time we choose to celebrate our marriage anniversary at Burj Khalifa – ARMANI/AMAL restaurant. ARMANI / AMAL a high-end restaurant located in Dubai’s iconic tower - Burj Khalifa. The restaurant serves regional and authentic Indian cuisines. I was more fascinated by the location and fountain view … Continue reading ARMANI/AMAL Resturant (Burj Khalifa)

Kulcha King (Dubai)

KULCHA a flatbread typically stuffed with vegetables or meat. Traditionally kulcha’s are not stuffed but made plain and eaten with gravy which can be veg or non-veg. ‘KULCHA KING’ a casual dining, serving Indian/North Indian cuisines in UAE. We are not frequent visitors of ‘Kulcha king’ but a good place for Kulcha’s if you are … Continue reading Kulcha King (Dubai)

Fruit Salad without custard

FRUIT SALAD a healthy and most loved recipe of everyone. A few days back a very innovation idea came into mind to prepare a fruit salad. My son was really bored and complaining of eating fruits which I use to cut and give him during the late afternoon to eat. So, to make the fruit … Continue reading Fruit Salad without custard