Health tip # 55

Henna (Mehendi) Henna has been used traditionally to treat hair and scalp problems. Apart from coloring hair, henna has been used as a medicinal plant over the centuries because of its many health benefits. Henna is said to be originated in Asia and popularly known as Mehendi in India. It is also said that since... Continue Reading →

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A Rhyme – For the Rhythm of School life

Here’s our first collab in memory of school days..
It has been a pleasure writing a poem with you…!!

Anamika's Blog

Dear readers and fellow bloggers, “A Rhyme for the Rhythm of School life” is a joint effort by Chiru and Anamika at remembering the glorious and nostalgic evergreen School days and the growing up stage. This is our first collab and we immensely enjoyed doing it together. Hope all of you enjoy this and remember the glorious days of yours too while taking this trip with us..
Chiru as you all know, is an amazing blogger and have been inspiring other bloggers and readers with his inspirational posts and the ever helpful Health tips. His popularity among the readers is evident by his blog’s reflection on us. So please visit his Inspire&Change and enjoy his ever popular posts.
Thank you Chiru, for this opportunity to do a beautiful collab with you and for a beautiful walk down the memory lane.

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Health Tip # 54

Rocket leaves Being native to the Mediterranean region, rocket leaves are commonly known as Arugula which is widely popular as a Salad vegetable in Italy and Portugal. Arugula is only found in northern part of India and not most of us are aware of this awesome salad vegetable. In India the leaves of arugula are... Continue Reading →

Health tip # 53

Palmyra Palm(Panang kezhangu) Sprouts of Palmyra Palm is one of the healthy food native to Indian subcontinent. Commonly known as Panang kelangu or Nungu in Tamil has been used as a traditional food for ages. The white kernel of the ripe palm fruit after being left for a few months to germinate the sprouts. Here... Continue Reading →

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