Imbul Kiri Bath is a traditional dish from Sri Lanka. 'Kiri Bath' means milk rice. Rice infused with coconut milk and layered with a coconut-treacle mix.
Soya bean keema and sauteed bathuva come together with spices and yogurt for a delectable saag.
Bathing is essential, more so during the harsh summer months. Here are various ways you can spruce up your daily bathing time -
Bath salts aren't just another indulgent addition to your bathroom, but they come with a host of benefits as well. These benefits not only enrich your bathing experience but your skin as well.
Having a milk bath can be one of the most wonderful, invigorating and rejuvenating experiences of your life. Milk is known for its beauty benefits, giving you gorgeous skin.
The Bisi Bele Bath is one dish that deserves this spotlight. 'Bele' refers to lentil and this flavourful dish combines rice, lentils and a medley of fragrant spices that is usually drenched in ghee.
Sun bathing and vitamin D supplements may be feasible and affordable approaches to improve or even prevent metabolic syndromes which pose a risk of diabetes and heart disease, a new study has claimed.
Khara bath is a popular meal in Karnataka and is usually served with kesari bhat (sweet upma) as a complete meal. Make this South Indian delicacy at home with this easy recipe.
A bubble bath comes with many benefits and is not merely a foam generating compound. Relax your body by making a bubble bath a home.
Vangi (Brinjal) Bath has a strong association with Mysuru. It's not unusual to find this dish on wedding menus in and around the city.
According to a recent study, rather going for ice bath, people can opt to consume protein before bed, drink plenty of water, take enough sleep, rest and get mild massage as they are essential components ...
Spending time in natural environments has been linked to lower stress levels, improved working memory and feeling more alive, among other positive attributes.