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Welcome To My Kitchen!

“People who love to eat are always the best people.”  Julia Child

Hi, cyber friends! Welcome to my blog, Kate’s Kitchen! As you’ve probably gathered, I love cooking. 185 more words



The Indian culture has gained lots of popularity all over the world. Indian culture is considered as the oldest and very interesting culture of the world. 140 more words


Something about the beats!..

If I have fallen in love with Pune, I have fallen in love with its hills, its freedom, its festivals. When a festival comes, the markets are busier than ever, the people more pumped up and the streets so beautifully lit! 276 more words


Redefining Tanjore Art

There was a time when religious paintings and images of Gods were a common possession in every household. There was a belief that it safeguards the family and the house from evil. 223 more words

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Art minus religion!

Art cannot be bound to any religion. The expressions of Tanjore art form works in the same fashion for all religions. It is the artist who creates and sees a difference and not the art itself. 24 more words

Cultural Ganesha

“Ganpati Bappa Morya” is currently trending in Mumbai rather all over Maharashtra and even some places across the borders of India. Ganesh Chaturthi is one of those festivals which depicts a long followed culture of the state of Maharashtra. 410 more words

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09/17-10/02 | Eye on India 2016

Eye on India is an annual cultural festival that presents the best of traditional and contemporary Indian art, literary and cultural forms to local audiences. The program includes a mix of art exhibits, debates and discussion panels, cultural performances, and collaborations with local artists and groups in the city of Chicago. 31 more words

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