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Navrati Festival Culture Interesting facts 

Navrati Festival

Navratri–or the nine sacred days–mark the most auspicious days of the lunar calendar according to Hinduism. Celebrated with fervour and festivity all over India, and every Hindu community the world over, these nine days are dedicated solely to Maa Durga (goddess Durga) and her nine avatars. The prominent story associated with Navratri is the battle that took place between goddess... Read More
Sikles: Namaste Guest House Hotels, Guest House 

Sikles: Namaste Guest House

Clean, comfortable and affordable guest house in the heart of Sikles village with wonderful view of Himalayas. Namaste Guest House Sikles Kaski, Nepal namaste.sikless@gmail.com phone: 984222487 Services: – 8 rooms (with 25 beds) – Hot/Cold shower – Free WIFI – Television (National/International channels) – Clean/affordable dining services  (generally used local, organic, fresh vegetables grown in own garden or in the... Read More
Spices from Nepal Food Interesting facts 

Spices from Nepal

The purpose of this article is to present the most common Nepali spices, along with their medical properties. Akhbare khursani Akhbare khursani is also known as dalle khursani, meaning round chili is the spiciest spice in the world. The fully mature fruits are mostly shaped like cherries and are glowing red. Grown in households in Nepal and commonly used as a... Read More
Ras malai Food recipes 

Ras malai

My favorite dessert in India. Sweet and delicate in the same time. To prepare it you must make: Rabri – the sauce you put chenna into Chenna – means paneer Sweet syrup – to soak paneer in it Notes: To make chenna you can use ordinary milk If you don’t have the cardamom powder you can crush the fresh cardamom... Read More
Railway Communication In India Travel 

Railway Communication In India

Indians love to travel and do not need the Passports. Aware of their national wealth still run back and forth – whether it is a pilgrimage to the holy places or just as tourists to see the legacy of centuries of India, or to visit a family… Anyway – the second most populous nation in the world loves to be... Read More
Lemongrass: to mosquito and cold say ‘No!’ Food Health Interesting facts 

Lemongrass: to mosquito and cold say ‘No!’

Lemongrass, gingergrass or palmarosa – ‘Cymbopogon martini’ Known in India as ganjan or gavti cha, is a species of grasses. It grows wild in wetlands of rural areas of India, Nepal, China and neighboring countries. In Ayurveda known as Rohisha – is a component of many ayurvedic prescriptions and is used in traditions of natural healing. The Chinese usually use the... Read More