How to make Sesame Jaggery Diwali sweet, sugar free laddoo

til laddoo

A traditional family recipe sesame jaggery laddoos are prepared on Diwali and Ekadashi days in winter for bhog for Sri Krishna in my home. White sugar is not a traditional ingredient for bhog or Vaishnav cusine. Jaggery (sugarcane gur), misri,

17 October, 2014 | Views: 5723

How to use Neem, the wonder tree

neem recipe from bangalore

Neem has been a traditionally life supporting tree in India. The Ugadi festival is a sacred reminder of its role in our health. Neem is considered a form of the Divine Mither, the life energy itself.

28 September, 2014 | Views: 5577

Mothercare School Garden in September, Lucknow Photo Journal

geese at Mothercare School Lucknow

After school is over for kids, geese at Mothercare School, Lucknow get ready for a walk on the grassy lawns. The soil is moist with September rain. The shrubs and flower beds full of colour and fragrance are a delight any time of the year. No

28 September, 2014 | Views: 5756

Fruit Cream, Navratri fasting recipe from India

fruit cream, Navratri fasting recipe

नवरात्रि व्रत में क्या भोजन करें? Even though fruit and milk is not recommended in the same recipe by Ayurveda, fruit cream is a popular recipe in Navratri fasting.

25 September, 2014 | Views: 7671

How to make cooling drink Sugarcane Sherbet at home to pacify Pitta

Sugarcane Sherbet

Sugarcane Sherbet is my favourite cooling drink in summer! I just got home from a walk in the sun to the polling booth and back. My name could not be found in the voters’ list for Graduate MLC elections. I was hot, sweating and really angry.

21 March, 2014 | Views: 4576

Tej Patta tree, Bangalore

bay leaf bangalore india

Tej Patta is used in most North Indian curries and rice preparations like Pulao, Rajma, Vadi-Aloo, Dal-makhani and Chole.

15 October, 2014 | Views: 18968

Pumpkin soup recipe from South India

Pumpkin soup recipe from South India, Art of Living Ashram, Bangalore

Vegetable soup is a great satvik food to increase prana-shakti, and it is appropriate to be served as bhog to Sri Krishna in the Vaishnav tradition of India.

11 February, 2011 | Views: 9134



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