There are so many amazing food festivals happening across India in the near future. Here are some you should definitely bookmark!
Festival of lights Diwali 2019 or Deepawali is here. Hindus across the country are celebrating one of the most awaited festival.
Baisakhi marks the time of Rabi crop harvest for the farmers, and Thanksgiving in Punjab and Haryana that is celebrated in the month of April.
Ganesha Chaturthi is one of the most colourful festivals in India that is celebrated with various rituals and traditions. Devotees of Lord Ganesha ensure a 10-day long fiesta and play host to their deity.
In case you’re spoilt for choice on what to have for lunch, we have prepared a list of easy and quick recipes
Holi 2021: For the longest time, gujiyas and dahi bhalla have dominated the great Holi spread. If there is anything that comes as close in terms of popularity is the thick, creamy and ever-so-delightful Thandai.
Since desserts and mithai (sweet treats) plays an important role in all the festivals in India, here we bring you a recipe that is perfect to treat your siblings. It is called Kesar Kheer.
Traditional Pongal 2021 Recipes: Like any festival in India, Pongal too is incomplete without its extensive range of traditional delicacies. Here are 5 popular Pongal recipes you must try this time.
Holi 2022: India is gearing up to celebrate one of the biggest festivals, that is Holi. This year, Holi will be celebrated on 18th March 2022.
Navratri Vrat-Friendly Snacks: If you are planning to observe Navratri vrat on one of these days and are thinking how you would go about the entire day without snacking, then we are here to help.