There is nothing so very satisfying as a delightful evening meal had early, had hot, with a menu that is not only lip-smacking but finger-licking as well. Tangy in taste, filling to the stomach, one can think of Rotis, Parathas, Naans etc. with some curry to accompany that would do the job.
Dushhera or Dasara is one of the most celebrated festivals of Hindus across the world, and a culmination of the nine nights or Navaratri, observed as a celebration of victory of good over evil. Celebrated on the 10th day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu month Ashwin, it has many relevant stories about the celebration attached to it. Diwali the festival of lights is celebrated 20 days after this auspicious festival.
Come winter and we have a whole lot of fresh vegetables, easily available and at better prices than other times because of the abundant supply. Here are a few suggestions that take advantage of the entire lot of festivals, exclusive occasions like weddings, parties and social gatherings, New Year parties and a lot of informal gatherings, that have already kick started and more are due to arrive at this time of the year.
Festival or wedding, function or party, casual outing or informal gathering, the saree is the Indian woman’s choice for any of these occasions if she has to look attractive, be singled out for attention. A fabric of elegance and allure, comfort and confidence, easy on the body and carried throughout the day, there is no other garment that can match the saree for its very many advantages.
It is Durga Puja time and there are plenty of delicacies that would appeal to a sweet tooth. If one were interested in making sweets at home, not only for immediate consumption during the Puja days but to also be stored for consuming at will later, let us try something that would appeal to the Puja crowd and also be store worthy. Like the Sooji Dry Fruits Gujiya.