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12 South Indian sweets that you must try once in a lifetime..!!!

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12 South Indian sweets that you must try once in a lifetime..!!!

Indian sweets are popular all over the globe and are loved by everyone. The Indian desserts are in huge demand in various markets in different parts of the world. Every state of India has its own specialty in sweet. Without wasting your time, here are the 12 best South Indian sweets that you must try before you die.   Milk Mysore Pak Milk Mysore Pak is a classic south Indian sweet. It is made up of Gram flour and milk powder along with ghee. It has a milky texture similar to fudge. It is one of the most popular desserts...

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Handloom Sarees

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Handloom Sarees

Handloom sarees are traditional textile sarees originated from India. The weaving of Handloom Sarees is done on shuttle pit loom made from ropes, wooden beams, and poles.     The weaving of handloom sarees is one of India’s cottage industries. The handloom sarees are made up of silk and cotton threads. The process of weaving this saree includes dying and warping. Weaving takes place in many origins of India. Each region has a different tradition design and color. Indian Handloom sarees are of many types such as:     Kanchipuram Sarees: This traditional type of saree is from Tamil Nadu,...

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The importance of Indian sweets and snacks in celebrations

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The importance of Indian sweets and snacks in celebrations

Sweets play a major role in our lives. You can visit any part of the world and you’ll witness people’s love for sweets in their various kinds and varieties. Sweets and snacks are vital elements that are never forgotten during the celebrations and festivals in India. Most of the Indian Sweets are made up of milk and ghee. None of the Indian festivals are complete without its essence. The Delicious Indian Sweets: When it comes to Indian sweets, You will find a number of different types of sweets that are not possible to taste within a day. Bengali sweets, khoya...

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NUTRITION COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT MILLETS

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NUTRITION COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT MILLETS

What are millets? Millets are a very good source of nutrition, fibres, proteins and minerals like iron, copper, magnesium, manganese, calcium, phosphorus and B vitamins. These are also rich in antioxidants, flavonoids, certain amino acids and tryptophan.   What are the different types of millets? The different types of millets are listed below— Jowar (Sorghum) : Shorghum millets are most commonly known as Jowar in India. Previous was used only to make flat breads or rotis, but now people have started realising it’s importance. These are enriched with iron, protein and fibres. It helps in reducing cholesterol level due to...

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Why Pickle plays an important role in Indian cuisine?

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Why Pickle plays an important role in Indian cuisine?

We Indians have a blessing of having a great appétit. The variety of cuisine that Indian has, no country has such a diverse range of cuisine. Although after having such a diverse range of cuisine and dishes, there is a thing that bonds every Indian is Pickle. Starting from Northern Indian to southern Indian and from Eastern Indian to Western Indian there isn't a single person in Indian who doesn't like to have a pickle in their meal. Basically, pickles are used as a side ingredient that acts as an appetizer and it adds up the flavor a lot. In...

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