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Rajasthani Shahi Gatte Ki Sabzi

Rajasthan & its cuisine are always appealing to every one. It is always associated with vibrant colors, in clothing & in food too. This Shahi Gate ki Sabzi is an essential part of Rajasthan cuisine. 295 more words

Delicious Taste

Malai Pyaaz Sabzi | Malai Pyaaz Recipe for your taste buds

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Malai Pyaaz is an authentic Rajasthani recipe. It is cooked with lots of onion, basic spices and generous quantity of Malai :D Super easy and quick to make. 239 more words

Quick Recipes

Hot Rods: Custom Camel Culture

In India’s Thar Desert, nomads rely so much on camels for survival that the animals are revered. Livestock owners take great pride in their camels, carving intricate patterns in their fur.



Art & Culture

B for Baati and Dal (Whole Wheat Flour Balls with Thick Lentil Soup)

Today for the A to Z challenge, I thought about sharing a recipe which is not much known in other parts of world. People eat and are aware of the ‘Butter Chicken Masala’ and its Indian origins but many preparations which are vegetarian are not known to western countries. 671 more words

A To Z Challenge

Rajasthan Tour Packages – A Tour of the Divine, Vivacious and Colorful Land of India

In the democratic land of India, Rajasthan offers endless opportunities for tourists to have a sublime, colourful and culturally rich holiday experience. Oodles of attractions in the form of sacred sites, architecturally marvellous forts, palaces and historical monuments, it is rightly called the Royal land of India. 262 more words


Glimpses from the SAM Sand Dunes, Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer, the last town on the Western front is a dream destination. While the first glimpse of the golden city with the glimmering fort perched on a hill top will fill your senses, the boundless desert sands of the “Thar” will transport you to another world. 519 more words


Fine Art of Indian "Roti"; Taste of Rural Rajasthan !!

We were in the outskirts of Jodhpur exploring ethnic arts, village life and the wild when our guide politely offered lunch with a local family. After being on the road for several days, it was very tempting to get the taste of home made food prepared with love and patience. 414 more words