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Namita

Hey There! I have 16 years of work experience in different industries like Manufacturing, Education/ Training. I worked for Administration / Management and Sales / Marketing. Well, my passion is to capture simple and present beautifully as much as I can, that can be Photo, Food or Life. Nature has gifted us many good things which we just overlook, simply never think about it till we don’t find the importance of it, like our parents. Yes! We use to take them lightly but we understand their importance in our lives when they become old. While taking care of them, I got to know that, I learn many things about my parent’s physical needs and the god gifted nature as our daily meal and spices. Human physical needs and god gifted nature are a compliment to each other. Now I am learning about our daily nutrition from different ways and sharing the same to all get benefited as I am now. How? That you can find on my web site.

How to make Pepper Garlic Rasam?

Pepper Garlic Rasam / Pepper Rasam with Garlic  Pepper Garlic Rasam / Pepper Rasam with Garlic Recipe with all details. Pepper Rasam is the healthiest rasam flavored with garlic. it served with rice. Yet, it can also be served as soup for common cold problems. Garlic and pepper […]

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Vangibhat Masala: Brinjal Rice Masala

Today I am going to share a Maharashtra special dish which is called Vangibhat. Vangibhat is a dish that most Maharashtrian people have in breakfast or lunch. Vangibhat Masala we can prepare and keep for the running times and can use it as your lunch box preparation time or for […]

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Poppy Seeds: Khas Khas in Hindi

Poppy seeds (khas khas) with crisp and rich flavor, Poppy seeds are very healthy being rich healthy fatty acids, calcium, copper, zinc, manganese, and potassium, phosphorus and dietary fiber. Poppy seeds are extremely beneficial in treating inflammation, quenching thirst. Poppy seeds are used as food in many cultures. […]

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Puran: Pola (Pithori) Special

Happy Pola to all… Pola is a bull-respecting festival. Pola falls on the day of the Pithori Amavasya in the month of Shravana. Pola is a thanksgiving festival to bull for helping in farming work. In this Pola festival, we give rest and respect to the bull. Pola […]

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Safflower: Kusum a Flower Herb

Safflower is a plant which flowers and seed oil also used as medicine. Safflower is opposite to saffron, has an aroma that is very rich, but more suggestive of a sweet, chocolaty, tobacco. Another difference is that, unlike saffron, the taste is much weaker than the smell and […]

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Krishna Janmashtami – Sunthoda

Happy Shri Krishna Janmashtami to all… Today I am going to tell you how to make Krishna Janmashtami Prasad, which is called as Sunthoda. This Prasad is mainly for the Yashoda ma but in my childhood I was thinking all prasad’s, which we are offering in Krishna Janmashtami is […]

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Waterleaf: A Medicinal Herb

The Ibibios and Efik are tribes always will come top in use of waterleaf in different ways. Almost all their delicacies are cooked with “edikaikong”, either mixed with other leaves or just only it’s. You can call this as “Talinum triangulare” botanically or waterleaf. Waterleaf is a common […]

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