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Ugadi Special Dishes – by Healthy WEllthy members

Good wishes for Ugadi and Gudi padwa.     This festival marks the beginning of the new year. It falls in between the month of march and april. This is the most auspicious festival as it is believed that Lord Brahma created the world on this day. So it is the day on which Lord […]

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Holi Special Recipes- by Healthy WELLthy Group members

        As we all know Holi is the Festival of great joy and gaiety. It is the most entertaining festival. People celebrate this festival with variety of colours and therefore it is known as the festival of colour.   Holi is celebrated at the end of winter and indicates the beginning of […]

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kiwi smoothie or kiwi yogurt smoothie

Kiwi smoothie

    Who said that smoothies are only for kids??? Don’t you carve for mango milkshake or strawberry milkshake ? Then why not smoothie ? Smoothies are creamy and super easy to make and super healthy too. click here for papaya smoothie recipe, which is absolutely diary free .Another one is watermelon smoothie , a […]

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Tri-colour dishes

Tri-colour dishes

  Though India became a free nation on August 15, 1947, it declared itself a Sovereign, Democratic and Republic state with the adoption of the Constitution on January 26, 1950. The Constitution gave the citizens of India the power to choose their own government and paved the way for democracy. It is celebrated every year on January […]

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makar sankranti recipes

Makar sankranti Special dishes

Makar sankranti is the harvest festival celebrated throughout India. It is a very auspicious day for Hindus. The harvest season when the Sun enters the Tropic of Capricorn or ‘Makar’. It usually coincides with 14th or 15th of January every year corresponding to the month of ‘Magh’ according to the Hindu solar calendar. This day […]

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split green gram cooked with bottle gourd

Muga Lau Dalma – Bottle Gourd with Split Green Gram

  Odiya food is simple yet delicious. It carries less fat and healthy of course. Here I am representing , Dalma, a traditional dish of Odisha. It is very popular throughout the world as it carries less oil and tastes heavenly. Simply dal or combination of dals cooked with veggies which is very nutritious.   […]

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patisapta

Nolen Gurer Patisapta

In West Bengol this sankranti is known as Pousa sankranti. This is the last date of Pousa month and celebrated as a Harvest festival. It is also popular as Makar sankranti in odisha. The festival is predominantly a harvest festival. This day is celebrated throughout India in different avatar. Like for Bengali this is pousa […]

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kiwi

Virgin kiwi mojito

    Shifting to a new place and to settle down there isn’t easy. But we are habituated and had no other option but to go through it. I didn’t want to leave the blogging world completely so I continued posting the recipe which I had cooked previously.     After coming to Tamilnadu ,I […]

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