Kalanamak rice Kalanamak is one of the finest scented rice derives its name from black husk (kala = black; the suffix ‘namak’ means salt) Predominantly grown in Eastern UP and Nepal area. Kalanamak is traditionally grown using no fertilizer, herbicide and pesticide, which makes it suitable for organic cultivation. It is believed that Kalanamak rice has... Continue Reading →
Worst thing I read on Internet today..... Pak Army: Where you live in India? Abhinandan: I am not supposed to tell you this. Indian Media: Chennai, TN, displays his address, releases picture of his wife, kid and his entire family details.
Hyderabad, known as the City of the Nawabs, is a city that exudes an old-world charm of its own while still coexisting with the rapidly growing onslaught of commercialization in perfect harmony. Hyderabad is home to old mosques and bazaars lined parallel alongside swanky new office buildings and malls, and it is these very contrasts – these glimpses into the city’s rich past with inherent promises of an even better future – this is what exactly makes Hyderabad a city worth visiting.
Hyderabad is very famous for being home to the Ramoji Film City, which is the largest film studio complex in the entire world. Hyderabad had better political stability, health care, education, law and order and recreation.
Hyderabad is not the cheapest but the most friendly and suggested destination all over India.
2. Kodaikanal & Ooty
Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station, famous for its breathtaking landscapes and…
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Vallarai (Centella asiatica or Pennywort) - A healthy brain tonic Vallarai or Gotu kola is a healthy herbaceous herb native to South east Asia. Vallarai is a Tamil name and is said to be in use for thousands of years in the traditional Indian medicine. Vallarai got its name from the word Vallamai(Power) as out ancestor... Continue Reading →
History is always fascinating that makes us wonder how people lived before technology took over. Here is one forgotten battle that took place in 1897 in a small outpost Saragarhi in Kohat border. The battle of Saragarhi was fought in 1897 between Sikh soldiers and Pashtun tribesmen. The Pashtuns are the ethnic group of Afghans... Continue Reading →
In a business meeting, one of the director asked the audience: "Where is the richest land in the world?" One of the audience answered: "Oil-rich Gulf countries." second one said: "Diamond mines in Africa." The Director said: "No, the answer is Cemetery" He Continued.... It is the richest land in the world, because millions of... Continue Reading →
When I see so many people calling for war against a particular religion over the tragic killing of our brave soldiers, I don't understand what they meant about war. Being from an Army family and lived close to the border, I say those who talk about war don't even know what is feels like loosing... Continue Reading →
It feels great to reminisce about the Childhood memories that reminds us the best days we have ever lived till now. We would have already seen the memes and posts related with 90's memories in social media, but still I would like to share some of the funniest Rumors/moments that only 90's Kids born have understand................ Continue Reading →
"The luckiest person in the world is the one who gets proposal from the one whom he/she loved the most" Here's a small poem from the memory lane............. You made me love you from the day, I made my eye contact with you, ... Continue Reading →
I couldn't post regularly here due to my work schedule in recent times. In fact I was worried about my irregularity. The tag from Vaibhavi is one way kind of boost to get back in track. Thank you so much for the tag Vaibhavi. Do visit her blog for inspiring and unique posts that will... Continue Reading →