Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad has a rare collection of beautiful pieces of fine arts, tapestries,artifacts, weaponry, painting, and sculpture. Some of the prized possessions of the museum include Tipu Sultan’s wardrobe, swords of Aurangzeb, Raja Ravi Varma’s paintings and furniture collection from the time of Napolean.
Rajasthani Kabuli - A traditional dish from the state of Rajasthan. This rice dish is made by mixing some vegetables, dahi (curd), dry fruits, etc. into a fairly rich preparation. Resembling a typical Indian vegetarian pulao, it tastes slightly different from other varieties and is great for a meal on its own.
Veg Keema Matar made with soya granules, peas and paneer and other typical ingredients - A perfect dish that goes well with any Indian bread.
Here is the recipe
Spread over an area of 60 acres, Chhattarpur Temple in Delhi is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani and it also houses many large and small temples with magnificent statues of different deities.
Shufta is a traditional sweet dish from Kashmir made with different types of dry fruits. Here is the recipe.
Rachol Seminary in Goa was established in 1609 as the College of All Saints. Every corridor (Infirmary, Priest’s, Rector’s Sacristy, Seminary) is adorned with paintings, each having a unique story. It has witnessed an era of transitions and has played a crucial role in preserving Christianity and its rich heritage.
The blue sky, placid water, coconut trees and traditional Kerala houseboats (called kettuvallam)– welcome you to the backwaters of Kerala!
One of the popular Indian snack is Bread Pakora and the most variant of this mouth-watering preparation is the one with potato stuffing. Here is how you can make Aaloo Stuffed Bread Pakora
The Traditional Mizo Village, Mizoram is a non-residential village built on on the outskirts of Reiek, 35 kms from Aizawl to showcase the traditional Mizo life, which is fast becoming a thing of the past. It is like a museum of the ancient Mizo way of life.
The typical Mizo village has few huts designed in the tradition way and the huts contained certain entities that are central and an important part of daily Mizo life like the fireplace, mortars, bamboo basket for keeping chickens, corn grinding machine, wooden tool for spinning yarn out of cotton, etc..