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Bhangra Paa Le…Celebrate Baisakhi Punjabi Style

India’s rich and glorious civilization is mirrored in its innumerable festivals. These festivals mark the seasons which signal to man the time for work and the time for relaxation, the commencement of the agricultural cycle with sowing in spring, and its culmination with the harvesting of the golden grain. And then, of course, we have, in endless variations of legend and myth, the hallowed perceptions that there is an ever-renewed war of light and darkness, of the divine and the demoniac in the unceasing evolution of the world. Baisakhi is a derivative of Vaishakha. After harvesting the winter crop, the …


Cuisines of the world in your plate : Prashant Mendiratta

Food and Beverage industry is finally getting its due in New Delhi. We have fine dinning restaurants of the best cuisines in the word and best of wines to pair it with. Top 10 cuisines in the world as I see are : 1. Indian (Tandoori & Mughlai) 2. Indian South Indian 3. Indian Coastal You can’t describe in words the wonders of Indian cuisine; the most sophisticated and diverse cuisine in the world. People around the word swear by Murg Malai Kabab, Rara Gosht and Naan. Indian food is usually very spicy and best eaten with hands; though all top indian restaurants provide cutlery. Unlike …


Holi a colourful festival : Prashant Mendiratta

Holi is one of the 2 major festivals celebrated in India with great fervor and enthusiasm; the other one bring Diwali. The festival has many purposes. First and foremost, it celebrates the beginning of the new season, spring. Originally, it was a festival that commemorated good harvests and the fertile …