Tag: Indian Culture
The Indian lunchbox is evolving and keeping up with the times. A lunchbox no longer contains food that is simple, easy to cook and convenient. The “humble” lunchbox isn’t humble anymore; it has upped the ante.
The Banarasi sarees are made in Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh. They are one of the finest traditional sarees in India and very heavy due to its rich embroidery which makes them ideal for parties.
Kalamkari is as mystical as a textile, it has more unseen character than just being a fabric used for clothing or home. Kalamkari is just more than a textiles to an experience that a culture has witnessed over centuries.
Roughly dividing our discourse into two parts, let us forge ahead in this series to look at some of the traditional old homes of Northern India.
Delhi’s love for momos has already been well documented across a number of social media and blogging platforms. There are Momo Festivals being organised.
Garba and Dandiya are two sister dance forms belonging to the state of Gujarat, India. These are two very energetic dance forms performed to commemorate the nine-day long festival of Navratri.
So let’s buffet around the must-have Indian winter foods sprawled out in our homes and prepared with much arduous dedication over generations.
The idea behind NataCampa is to encourage and give true artists a platform to showcase their talent and skill. At the same time it also acts as the means to restore, preserve and encourage the different performing arts across the nation across the nation
The love story of Radha-Krishna teaches us many morals, such as trusting each other totally, sacrificing without expecting anything in return, accepting your partner with all his strengths and weaknesses.
The Tanjore paintings finds its origins in South India and flourished under the patronage of the Vijayanagar and Maratha royals.