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Bajrichi Bhakri

Bajrichi bhakri – flat bread made with flour of pearl millet a specialty of Maharashtra. Bajra gives heat to our body so generally we eat this bhakri in winter season. 235 more words


Bhogichi Bhaji

Bhogi is a day before Makar Sankranti and the food prepared on this day truly celebrates the beautiful winter produce. On this day, the food typically consists of Bhogichi Bhaji, a mixed vegetable made with winter veggies and slow cooked on fire; served with Bajri Bhakris that are made with sesame. 239 more words


Happy Wedding Anniversary!

Dear Perumal!

How are You? Been long since I had a conversation with You, well at least on the cyber waves!

People in this Bhuloka are excited by simple events. 132 more words

Sri Vaishnava Festivals

Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti or what I learnt in school ‘Uttarayan’ is celebrated in India in many states and in many forms. Apart from symbolizing the Sun’s entrance in the Capricorn… 368 more words


The legend of Bhogi Pandigai

January is here! Kartik’s favourite month.

Everything about this month is so good.

Start of the year, the chill of the winters, the warmth of razai and of course, the winter holidays. 570 more words

Happy bhogi !

Bhogi, the first day of Pongal marks the beginning of the harvest festival. Traditionally farmers used to collect agricultural and household waste and use them in the evening bonfire to keep them warm during the last leg of winter. 59 more words