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When you are in Bangalore, you can find a lot of hotels which will serve delicious delicacies like continental, Chinese, Thai and what not. But, when you are in Bangalore, it is obvious for you to have a taste of traditional and authentic dishes. Bangalorean cuisine is one of the finest and delicious cuisine which will leave your mouth full of favors. here is a list of top tasty food items which you must try when you are in Bangalore. Each one is best and amazingly filled with favor.
Lets, get started.
1. Benne Masala Dosa at CTR Malleshwaram
CTR Malleshwaram tops the list when it comes to serving the best Benne Masala Dosa in Bangalore. You will enjoy the best dosa in the town which is not the regular taiml nadu thin dosa but the dosa is cooked with typical Kannadiga style and cooked with a lot of butter to get the perfect golden layer. It is served with only traditional chutney. Be prepared to wait for your turn. Even if there is no place to stand .. I recommend you to ? get your name registered and wait up. In 20 mins you are sure to get a place. Trust me, you won’t regret one bit!
2. Apple Pie of Brigade Road
There are a lot of shops which sells apple pie but if you want to taste the best apple pie then head over to Brigade Road. The place is always crowded, definitely, for the obvious reason, that is it serves the best apple pie in town. The menu is listed with lip-smacking apple pies along with tasty pepper steak and burgers. you can enjoy everything which you want to, there is something tasty for everyone there. Enjoy the sweet apple pie with the spicy burger.
3. Mysore Pak
This dish does not belong to Bangalore originally but still Mysore is close to Bangalore and that's pretty okay. Everyone must try Mysore Pak when they are visiting Bangalore, they will fall in love with the amazing flavor of this dish which is made with roasted chana dal, sugar and lots and lots of ghee. And sweets serve the best Mysore Pak in town. you cannot simply have one, trust me on that.
4. Mutton Biryani
This is for the biryani lover in you, the mutton briyani has the perfect combination of mutton cooked in basmati rice and loads of natural spices. The specialty of this mutton Biryani is it is served to your in earthen pots which adds ore favor to it. The dish can be gulped down by itself , you can also enjoy it with onion raita. Or you can ask for a less spicy version of Mutton Biryani. Trust me, you will love the spicy mutton Biryani even if you don’t prefer to have spicy food. It is totally, irresistible. Meghana serves one of the best biriyanis in town.
5. Fried Fish
Fried Fish can be found across the globe but nothing can beat the taste of Fried Fish at Bangalore at Fish and Fries Restaurant. The fresh fish is marinated for good hours in semolina, flour and lot of flavorful masala. Then it is shallow fried in oil and served with minimal vegetable so that you can totally fall in love with the flavor of fishes and natural spice.
6. Idli with Mangalorean Curry
Idli is a typical south Indian dish and belongs to Tamil Nadu and this steamed rice cake is served with sambar. That’s too regular for a foody, isn’t it . Idli with Mangalorean Curry is a yummy food item which you can enjoy as a breakfast. Just walk into Mangalore Pearl for a delightful breakfast. you will cherish the wonderful taste for your entire life.
7. Mangalore Bun
Mangalore Bun is another tasty dish made with banana. When combined with spicy chutney, it gives a wonderful taste to your taste buds and satisfies your appetite .The texture is fluffy and kids totally are in love with the taste and favor. Don’t miss amazing Mangalore Bun at Maiyas Vegetarian Restaurant to treat your taste buds.
Puchka is heavenly for all the street food lovers, after trying out various south Indian dishes I am sure trying tangy Puchka’s at Bangalore is totally a new experience altogether. The price is little on the higher side but you can totally vouch in for the tasty delicacies at Puchka’s Marathahalli. The taste totally burst into your mouth and hygiene is well maintained. Apart from Puchka’s you can also try hot dogs, the puchka’s has and lot more yummy items.
9. Vada Pav
If you want to taste the best vada pav at Bangalore then Dadar Vada Pav at Indiranagar is the dream destination for you. Theys serve one of the best vada pavs in town. you can explore wonderful favors to satisfy your taste buds like panner, schezwan, aloo, corn and lot more. You can also add on your preferences like cheesy vada pav, sauce and can enjoy it with french fries or burgers. The price is entirely affordable and you won’t be done with one for sure.
10. Dal Obbattu
I understand you are taking time to pronounce it right, but forget the pronunciation, the entire delicacy tastes divine. It is a traditional Kannadiga delight which is similar to Puran Poli. It is loaded with healthy Toor dal, cardamom powder, flour, jaggery, rava and some turmeric to get the beautiful yellow color polis. The Dal Obbattu tastes delicious with hot ghee sprinkles on top of it. you cannot stop with just Dal Obbattu, you definitely will need a second helping if you have a sweet tooth. Malleshwaram holige mane is your destination to enjoy divine Dal Obbattu.
I have been an account student for more than five years and did my majors in this subject only. Also economics was my favorite subject. Thus a basic rule of the subject is that profit is what matters. It says that all investments should yield returns or you need not invest there. True any common person or uneducated person will also agree to these basic rules. As per the market trends you should invest in any investment or property or capital that yields good profit or belongs to you. All those investments that yield good and profitable results become hot cake and are appreciated by all. Isn’t that true? Where would you put your stake in your property or someone else’s property? I can see you nodding and thinking that am I crazy enough to state all this nonsense and ask such silly questions. You would say even a small kid can understand these basic rules and work accordingly.
All the above conversation is not useless all I want to prove is or state that the age old saying “betiyaan toh paraya dhan hoti hai.” Is either false or the laws of accounts or economics that run the world economy or the betel shop at the corner of your lane is false.
The answer is obvious you cannot dare to say that the laws of economics or accounts cannot be false. Then why are the daughters an exception? Starting with the birth of daughter let us travel the journey and try to visualize that is there any reason for her standing out of the common law? The mother endures the same pain as that of the son, or is there any concession when giving birth to daughters no or did the doctor or the hospital charged you a bit less while delivering the girl child as was so called paraya dhan. No luck, you feed your girl
child when she is hungry as you feed your boy child. Till now there was no difference so the time, money or resources invested is same. Lets not get in the love quotient as all child gets the same love from parents but daughters are more dear and near than the boys, all the love and pampering goes to them or lets say they have the upper hand here. I still remember the interview of David Beckham where he had tears in his eyes while discussing about his little angel. Getting to the education scenario girls or boys get the same education and for the same fees charged(we are not taking in to account those plans of government where to protect girl child or help her progress because of the society’s malpractices) As parents we try to give both our child similar opportunities.
Then why does a daughter stand to be “paraya” and your son be your own. I do not understand why eating at your girl child’s house after her marriage is not taken well or why does a daughter cannot take the responsibility of her parents and prove to a successful investment. A son is deemed to take responsibility of his parents even if does not want to do the same.
In an educated, civilized society if this attitude towards the female child does not end then at any point of time a lady will not get the love and respect that she deserves. We need to get in the gender equality society without any grudges in our mind. A son and daughter both should be your eyes. A daughter is never paraya she is all yours.
It’s that magical time of the year – the aroma of freshly- baked plum cakes has begun to permeate the air, Church choirs are rehearsing their carols and children are drawing up their list of demands for Santa Claus, as Christmas trees and decorations glitter in the market. As the word celebrates Christmas on December 25, various regions in India also soak in the spirit of the festival and commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ in their own special way. Here are six among them.
Park Street was the social and Christmas capital of the country till the 1960s. The Naxalite years and the economic decline under the Communists killed its vibrancy.Christmas decorations are sold in the center of New Market, an iconic Kolkata building. The highlight of the Christmas Festival is getting cars off Park Street (officially, Mother Teresa Sarani). On the Sunday before Christmas, there’s a four-hour parade, led by schoolchildren. On Christmas Day itself, Park Street is out of bounds for cars for most of the day – from 2.00 pm to 10.00 pm.
In Kerala, Christmas is celebrated in the traditional way, with a dash of local flavour. Devotees gather in churches across the state for midnight mass. Several days prior to Christmas Eve, homes, shops,malls and offices are decorated with signature Christmas adornments, such as a crib, a traditional Christmas tree and stars of varying sizes and shapes. In the evenings, carol groups visit homes, a popular practice particularly in the countryside, where the groups are much larger. Come Christmas day, and a customary feast involving Friends and relatives takes centre stage. Among the most revered churches where Christmas is celebrated is the St Francis Church in Kochi, believed to be one of the oldest built by Europeans in India. It is also where Vasco da Gama was buried before his mortal remains were exhumed and taken back to Portugal.
Tamil Nadu also celebrates Christmas with cheer. Churches are brightly decorated with lights and see large gathering for midnight mass. The Santhome Cathedral Basilica in Chennai, the capital, attracts a lot of visitors. The Church is built over the tomb of At Thomson, one of the 12 Apostles of Jesus Christ.
Christmas celebrations in Goa go beyond the gates of the churches and spill over into the streets for everyone to enjoy and take part in. It is a time for merrymaking and exchanging gifts. Christmas in Goa is also about delicious cakes, puddings and delectable local dishes. Churches across Goa, such as the Basilica of Bom Jesus, Church of Our Lady of Rosary ( the oldest surviving Church in Goa) and Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, reverberate with hymns and prayers. Do not forget to visit the markets of Mapusa and Panaji for Christmas goodies.
With of without snow, Christmas in Shimla is magical. Churches across the city, especially At Michael’s Cathedral and Christ Church, wear a festival look and have a steady line of visitors all day long. Church going crowds throng The Ridge and Mall Road to feast on special cakes and pastries baked for the occasion and ring in Christmas day with great fanfare.
Christmas in Shillong comprises visiting friends and family to exchange greetings and sharing special festival delicacies. Families lay out a generous spread of dishes for visitors, the most popular being dohneiiong, a meat- based delight, and a traditional Christmas cake. Midnight mass sees the Cathedral Catholic Church filled to the doors while Christmas cheer resounds across the hills. Shillong boasts an egalitarian society, which is best reflected during Christmas day when people visit orphanages, old-age he’s and hospitals with food and gifts.
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Winters is the best time to grab your shades and spread the mat under the Sun to get the sun kissed skin. Season to party and picnic has come. People from all walks of life enjoy this season, the food the air everything gets so special this season but somewhere we all dread this season. Kids bring home the bugs from school and the whole family would end up getting sick. Being mom of little angel I left no stone unturned to research on natural ways to improve the immunity of kids. These natural remedies help to stay fit not only for the winter but for the whole year round.
1] TURMERIC– Milk with turmeric has been termed as golden shake in the US. People in the west have incorporated this drink in their diet to achieve healthy life. So why not let us also grab this natural and easily available ingredient from our kitchen. Boil the milk add organic turmeric and honey or sugar for taste. Voila you are ready with a yummy yet heath tonic. Organic turmeric is essential for the recipe as no chemicals is the key great health. Add almonds for enhancing the taste and health benefit of the drink. Wonderful drink to fight body pain also and can be consumed by all the members of the family be it the kids or their grannies or you yourself.
2] HONEY AND TULSI- Any herbal and natural cough syrup has these important ingredients. So why not grab these ingredients and make a great instant and fresh cough syrup for our kids. Crush the tulsi leaves, squeeze the juice and add honey. Consume it twice or thrice daily and say bye to the cold and cough. An effective yet mild way to treat your cough and cold, has absolutely no side effects like dizziness. Even this mixture can be consumed by the whole family. Thus cheers to good health.
3] TULSI AND GINGER INFUSED WATER- Drinking water infused with tulsi or ginger or a combination of both can help to treat any infection for this season. Put a little of these two so that the taste of water does not gets hampered. Start it from the beginning of the season so the immunity gets well build up before the season knocks.
4] EUCALYPTUS OIL- This one essential oil just keep it handy apply on their upper lips or nostrils, rub a little on their clothes, hanky or pillow all this will keep them away from the germs of cough and cold. Even putting a few drops in their bath oil can help to fight congestion and keep them warm all day long.
Above were a few tips that could help to fight the adversities of the cold season. Most importantly having a healthy balanced diet is the key to boosting immunity. What are your tips to stay strong and ready for the upcoming winter season?
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