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Nov 212013
How To Increase Immunity in Kids: Nature Shows The Way

An Immune India: The Natural Way Are you worried about immunity of your kids? Well you are not alone, just follow mother nature and  you will be fine. The more natural food habits you have the more strong and immune your kids will be. Let us dwell a bit further in to the topic. A few days ago I wrote about our visit to the Nature Farm to see how our food is grown without using any artificial chemical like pesticides etc. While we were taking a walk in the Mango Orchards and herb gardens, our host Ram Babu [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Oct 032013
Aahaar Kuteer Begumpet-The Millet Restaurant

The Magic of Millets at Aahaar Kuteer Begumpet We visited Aahaara Kuteer a very unique restaurant in Begumpet Hyderabad. In this age of French Fries, Double Sundae and 2 liter coke bottles it takes a true entrepreneur to start a restaurant that is based on Millets. Millet what? You may ask if you are like most city folk whose staple diet is made of Pizza, Pasta and butter Naan all product of refined wheat flour or Maida. With no fiber to aid digestion and add bulk to your food the super refined flour is responsible to a large extent [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Jun 102013
Bamboo Chicken Araku Valley Near Vizag

Bamboo Chicken -A delicacy from Tribal Araku Valley near Vizag We travel to see new places and sometimes there will be things as you do not expect. It might be getting a good friend, an unheard local story, a touchy folk tune or a traditional cuisine of the locality. This post is about the famous tribal cuisine Bamboo Chicken from Araku valley of Andhra Pradesh. We were coming back after scaling Jindhagada Peak (1,690 m), the highest peak of Eastern Ghats, and were heading back to Araku town. On the way, there is this beautiful place Chaaparai, 15 km [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Jan 162013
Delicious Delhi, Vegetarian Style

If you happen to be a veggie food buff, you’ll inevitably encounter plenty to feast on in Delhi! Do arrive armed with a plethora of tummy-armor type of drugs from your GP, just in case, so you can soldier on despite the possibility of catching a bug or two. The Indian people do their best, but poor hygiene, as well as water and soil pollution, are common problems, especially in a large metropolis like Delhi. That said, here’s just a sampling of the local delicacies to tantalize your taste buds with (and it’s so worth the risk!)… Foodie Tours Please do [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Sep 232012
Under The Mango Tree In Hampi

Under The Mango Tree: A unique Hampi Experience Many moons ago in the first 007 movie “Dr. No”, Ursula Andress, emerged from the Caribbean island lagoon, in a bikini so hot that the island burst into flames by the end of the movie. She was humming the lines…   “Underneath the mango tree Me honey and me can watch for the moon Underneath the mango tree Me honey and me make boolooloop soon Underneath the moonlit sky Me honey and I can sit hand in hand…..”   That my friends is our connection of the bond babe with Hampi’s most famous [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Jul 192012

Long ago Columbus uncle started in search of India but reached America, so much for missing the target and getting famous. Any ways I am not sure if he ever discovered that he has never discovered India but a continent that was so far not known to the western world. It is believed that Chinese sailors have reached America before Columbus and also some Viking Warriors. Any ways the credit was given to Columbus and the native Americans were named Indians as everybody thought they are in India. Some time I get a feeling that probably there is a strong relationship between the [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Nov 042011
Desi Doughnuts-An Indian Sweet discovered

A Sweet Desi Discovery on a highway to Nagpur- Indian and 100% Desi Doughnuts Some time ago I traveled to Pench National Park with a group of travel enthusiasts about wildlife thanks to GHAC or Great Hyderabad Adventure Club. While I will definitely write more in detail about the trip this particular post is about the Desi Doughnuts that I discovered on the way to Nagpur. We could not get confirmed tickets for a train to Nagpur which is the nearest big town to start the journey towards Pench, Sunanda our fearless leader booked us on an overnight Volvo bus [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]