Lohri is a native festival of Punjab, mostly celebrated by Sikhs and Hindus. It is celebrated to mark the passing of the winter solstice, just the day before Makar Sankranti. Huge bonfires are lit, followed by amazing Punjabi food and great music.
As winter is just around the corner, it is high time for you to change your diet plan. Otherwise, during winter you will get groggy and feel tired all the day. So, what can you switch to for better taste and survive winter without grogginess?
When you avoid pizzas and burgers and have a proper diet, do you think you are health conscious? So, what does your healthy diet consist of? Your ideal meals, taken thrice a day, must contain Upma or Paratha for breakfast, brown bread sandwich for lunch, and Roti and Sabji for dinner. But, sadly, this is adding to the gluten content in your body and is harming you in ways you can’t possibly imagine.
Flour (Atta) is an ever-present staple in each and every Indian household. Be it roti, bhakari, parantha, chapati or thepla, flour has multiple uses and is consumed across the Indian geographies in many forms.
Diwali is the time of the year when the whole family comes together to celebrate the festival of lights. It is the time when people forget their past and try to start everything afresh; keeping the past behind and in our Indian culture, for every new beginning, one must always start it with a sweet mouth.
Navratri is one of the most celebrated Hindu festivals in our country. Navratri actually takes place 4 times in a year, out of which only 2 are celebrated all across India- Chaitra and Sharad Navratri.