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2016

Samrudhi, Kerala Bhawan

Delhi being the capital city enjoys a number of benefits which no other Indian city has, one of them is having a state-house/bhawan for every Indian state to accommodate and help people from their state. The good thing that i found is, all of them have a canteen, which serves authentic cuisine from their region.…

The Obvious side of Calcutta

I wrote about my trip to Calcutta sometime back. The article majorly focused on exploring places, art and general life in the city. What I peculiarly like about the place is, it’s a metropolitan but still it’s not as fast-paced or expensive; like any other Indian metropolitan. I think the food in the city deserves…

The Japanese Mango Mania

For a country that planted their first ever mango tree in 1986, to consistently falling-off for next 8 years, with failed products. To finally selling a spotless pair of Sun Egg brand mangoes being sold for 2500 USD, Japan has come a full circle with mango cultivation. The hard work, precision and perseverance is quite…

A Setback To Calcutta

For anyone who’s seen the paradigm shift of analog to digital photography, the name Bourne & Shephard can’t be new. The oldest photography processing studio in India and one of the oldest across the globe, established in 1863 by Britishers in Calcutta. Which kept up with its good work even after drastic deterioration in customers…

Moti Pulao

Continuing with my research on the festival conducted by Chef Ravitej Nath of Oberoi Gurgaon and Osama Jalali, Here is one more piece on a dish named Motia Pulao served on the date of festival. (Link for the festival “Unearthing of the Lost”) What Is It: The dish is simple looking Basmati based Yakhni Pulao…