Foods filled with Nutrients which is available in Every Indian Kitchen – Top 5 Home Kitchen Secrets

Foods filled with Nutrients

Foods filled with Nutrients which is available is in Every Indian Kitchen. The title itself describe my blog is about. Here I am sharing some secrets by using this remedies in your life you can maintain a healthy life.

1. Jaggery / Gud / गुड़ – Health Benefits of Jaggery

Jaggery is filled with many health nutritients and are very easily available in very Indian kitchen and general stores.

Jaggery prevents us from acidity. If a person consumes Jaggery regularly. He / She will not suffer from acidity.

It helps us to keep our digestive system healthy.

Jaggery removes bad toxins from our blood. As a result it prevents pimples from our face and our face glows.

Jaggery maintains body temperature and it holds anti-allergic property. It is beneficial for asthma patients.

If you want to keep your bones healthy. Consume little amount of Jaggery with ginger everyday.

To relief from tongue infection eat jaggery with rice.

Make laddus from Jaggery and black sesame in winters. It will give you high energy and will prevent you from Asthma in winter.

To get relief from cold make soup with Basil leaves (Tulsi), Jaggery, Black pepper, Ghee, Ginger. It will recover cold.

Mixture of Jaggery and Ghee will cure Ear Pain.

Take 10 gram of dry ginger with 20 gram of Jaggery to cure Jaundice.

Halwa made with Jaggery improves brain power.

Consume equal amount of Jaggery with musturd oil to get relief from inhaling problem.

Its a good habit to consume sweets after meal. Jaggery will go best for this.

Jaggery is full with Iron. And it is healthy for women and Anemia pateints.

You can consume milk with Jaggery. It clears blood and increases metabolism. Who have acidity problem can consume Jaggery everyday.

If you are feeling tiredness. Consume Jaggery. It will give you instant energy. It does not increases blood sugar level. It’s healthy to consume Jaggery after heavy work.

2. Rice Water – Health Benefits of Rice Water

If you are suffering with Vomitting problem then drink twice or thrice rice water. It will help you in digestion.

Apply rice water under eye in night. It will remove dark circle in some time.

After shampoo use rice water as conditioner. It will give strength to your hair and reduce hair fall.

Rice is full of Carbohydrate. Rice water give you energy.

If your stomach is feeling hot then drink rice water. You will feel relief.

Drink rice water in case of viral fever. It will cure viral fever because rice water contains anti viral property.

In case of loose motion drink rice water.

In case of dehydration drink rice water.

Rice water contains fiber. It cures digestion problem and weakness.

Apply rice water in your face. It will remove pimples and will enhance facial glow.

3. Aloe Vera – Health Benefit of Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera increases white blood cell count in blood.

Aloe Vera is good for hair. It helps to maintain black color in hair and increase thickness and softness in hair.

Apply Aloe Vera with henna in hairs. It will soften hairs. And give extra shine to hair.

Aloe Vera maintains sugar level in blood.

Aloe Vera juice reduces the mosquito bite infection in body.

Aloe Vera juice helps to cure piles, diabetes, uterus related issue and stomach related problem.

Aloe Vera helps to cure hairfall.

4. Home Remedies for long and Healthy Hairs – Healthy Hair Routine

Mix lemon juice in coconut oil and apply on hair for dandruff free hair.

Mix two table spoon olive oil in egg and apply on hairs.

In a week massage head scalp with coconut milk.

Apply Amla hair oil and eat regularly Amla murabba.

Apply onion juice on hairs.

Drink Aloe Vera juice and apply Aloe Vera in hairs regularly.

In night put two table spoon fenugreek seeds in water. Next day morning make paste of it and apply on hairs as a hair mask.

Massage hair scalp with olive oil.

5. Home Remedies to control Blood Sugar Level – How to cure blood sugar level

Take one tomato, one cucumber and one bitter gourd (करेला). Make juice of them. And drink everyday. It will maintain your blood sugar level.

Everyday consume fennel seeds after meal. It will maintain blood sugar.

Consume Indian blackberry ( जामुन) with black salt. And drink jamun sirka.

Consume stevia leaves. It tastes sweet but is sugar free by nature.

Consume satavar and milk in equal amount to control blood sugar level.

Consume 4-5 neem leaves everyday for best result.

Drink wheat grass juice to control blood sugar level.

Exercise is compulsory for sugar patients. Burn some fat do hard work to control blood sugar level.

Foods filled with Nutrients

Turmeric milk is very healthy for every age group person.

Seasonal Green vegetable are must to take. Because they are filled with every micro nutrients.

Meat is very healthy.

Fruit salad is good for health. But we should consider the nature of fruit. Acidic nature fruits will go with acidic fruits. And base nature fruits will go with base nature fruits.

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Now bake Persian Rose Pistachio Cake Recipe at Home : Top 5 Recipe to bake under 30 Minute : Cake Recipe to Bake in Christmas

Persian Rose Pistachio cake Recipe is very easy to follow and bake and is very healthy for all. This recipe is best for children and to serve as evening snacks. If you are traveling then you can carry this cake with yourself. Very less ingredients are enough to bake this cake. Lets start with our work.


Ingredients to bake Persian Rose Pistachio Cake Recipe


Pista Powder

Baking Powder

Baking Soda

Milk Maid

Chilled Butter

Plain soda water

Rose water

Rose essence

Green Food color

Preparation method of Persian Rose Pistachio Cake

In a bowl add milk maid and butter and beat them.

Gradually add maida, pista powder, baking powder, baking soda and mix them all.

Follow cut and fold method to ensure all ingredients mixed well.

Now add plain soda water, rose water or rose essence, food color into the batter and pour the batter into greased baking tin.

Sprinkle rose petals and pista on top and is ready to bake.

Make sure the batter is thick and bake it at preheated oven 160 degree Celsius for 30 minute.

Some tips to follow before you start baking a cake

Always use fresh baking powder.

Don’t forget to greese tin before pouring cake batter.

Always use one measuring cup to measure ingredients for perfect baking experience.

Put butter papper in bottom of tin for the easy removal of cake.

Do not overcook cake. the cake will break because of overcooking.

Use amul butter and milk maid for nice taste and texture.

Always use good brand product for your cake.

Always keep clean your baking place and utensils.

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karma puja 2023

Karma Puja 2023 – भाई बहन का अनोखा पर्व है करमा – जानें पूजा विधि – The Community of India Who celebrate karma puja Karam

Karma festival is being celebrated on Bhadra month shukla paksha ekadashi tithi every year. This year karma festival will be celebrated on 25 September, 2023. Mainly women perform this puja for the wellbeing of brother. Jharkhand tribal people offer puja to Goddess nature.

karma tree and its branches are symbol of God Karma. And people offer puja to karma tree branches on this day. In Jharkhand this festival is being celebrated as traditional festival. If a girl is doing karma puja for the first time then her brother carry her in his arm to the place of worship. Almost all people wears traditional dresses.

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Karma Puja Rituals

People follow some instructions in this puja. Women carry sand from near by river 10 days before from the puja. They puts barley and rice crop seeds in this sand. These crops are symbol of good crop cultivation. They put water regularly in this crop seeds. And women sings traditional folk songs at this place.

On the auspicious day of Karma Puja, women visits near by river, ponds for bath. Men forms a group and they sings traditional folk song and plays tribal Indian music instruments called dhol and mandar. They visits karma plant and first they offer pray and cuts three small branches from this tree for puja. They carry that branches on shoulder and it should not touch ground because it is the symbol of God.

They brings that karma tree branch to the worship place called Akhara in local language. In evening time all people gather at the worship place. They decorate this place beautifully. All people wears traditional dresses of Jharkhand.

The traditional dress is made up of cotton material in red and white color combination. Women wears saree and men wears dhoti, kameej and gamcha.

Puja rituals are performed by Pahan (tribal panditji). And he tells the story of Karma – Dharma, two brothers and the reason behind performing this Puja. Women keeps fast without drinking water and food for the wellbeing and they have a strong belief on Karam Gosai.

After Puja all people dance in a tribal style dance posture called as Jhumar here. After 2-3 hours they returns to there places.

How to opens Karma Puja Fasting

Next day morning all women after getting fresh carry rice and karmi vegetable as Prasad (holy food). They offer puja to karma tree branch offer prasad to it and they give a hug to it. Then in group they visit to nearby pond or river and puts tree branch in water. And returns to home. In some places next day Jatra is being organized to celebrate festival with a big crowd. They performs tribal dance (jhumar) there.

Story of Karma and Dharma

Karma and dharma was two brothers in a village. They both were marries. But Karma’s wife was not a good person. She usually puts hot rice water on earth. Karma felt bad for mother earth. One day karma left his home and village and went somewhere else. After that day all villagers were unhappy and nothing was good at that place. Dharma decided to look for his brother and he went from the village.

In his route he found one river without water and the river conveyed messaged for karma that she wants to know the reason why her water is dried up. Then he found one mango tree whose all fruits was attacked by pests. the plant also conveyed the message for karma. Then dharma found one old man and he told that from when karma went from village his shoulder loads are not getting unloaded with other persons help. Then dharma meet with one women and she told that all utensils are getting stick with her hands. please ask karma the reason.

Dharma reached at deserted area and there he found Karma. He asked him to return home but karma refused to go back. He said that her wife puts hot rice water on mother earth. He will not go to that place. Then Dharma promised him that from today no one will put hot rice water on mother earth.

Then they both starts for the home town. first they met with that women she asked him reason he replied that she did not give food to hungry people that’s why that things happened. Not do these kind of inhuman activity further then all things will be normal. after that he replied to river that she did not offer clean water to people that why her water dried up. Further offer clean water to all.

This way karma gave answers for all and returned to his home. Then he offer puja to Karma tree branch in his home. And people starts living happily here after. And from that day all people celebrate Karma festival and tells everyone this two brother’s story.

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Ranchi – The Heart of Jharkhand

Ranchi the coolest city of Jharkhand. This place is very well suited for study, job and career. People can enjoy here Jan to March Autumn season, April to June Summer Season, July to September Rainy Season and from October to December Winter Season.

The city is situated in total 175 km2 area. And is very well equipped with nice school and colleges, residential areas, Hi-tech buildings, big and small markets, malls and movie theatres, gardens for all age group people, corporate sectors, media and channels, film city, local tourist spots, must visit natural places, waterfalls, traditional foods and local art and culture.

The young generation of the city are very modern and talented. And they have kind attention in photography, acting, reel making, blogging, bike riding, modeling, media and advertisement and government service.

Some businesses have contributed very hard in the popularity of the city in early days after separation from Bihar. And for study and shopping center Hari Om Tower is a very big name and it introduces big shopping building in Ranchi, In restaurant Kaveri Veg Restaurant holds number 1 position in Ranchi which introduces restaurant business in Ranchi, St. Xavier College holds the first position for higher study, Eyelex cinemas holds the first position in Ranchi for introducing multiplex in Ranchi.

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Best Places to Visit in Ranchi

  • Rock Garden
  • Taggore Hill
  • Vidhansabha Ranchi
  • Dassam Fall
  • Jonha Fall
  • Rukka Dam
  • Getalsud Dam
  • Kanke Dam
  • Patratu Valley and lake
  • Rajrappa Mandir
  • Jagannath Mandir
  • Pahadi Mandir
  • Maa Dewri Mandir
  • Surya Mandir

Best Veg Restaurants in Ranchi

  • Kaveri Veg Restaurant
  • Krshna Restaurant
  • Mirch Masala

Best Non Veg Restaurant in Ranchi

  • Madhuban
  • Mocha
  • Cafe yum yum

Best Jharkhandi Jayka Restaurant in Ranchi

  • Sikoi Da Mandi

Festivals of Ranchi

Ranchi is a capital of Jharkhand and people from all religion and caste is living here. Below are some festivals name which are being celebrated by a large number of people.

  • Chhath Puja
  • Durga Puja
  • Diwali
  • Holi
  • Ramnavmi
  • Sarhul
  • Karma
  • Eid
  • Christmas
  • Easter
  • Guru Parv
  • Prakash Parv
  • Janmastmi

Food of Ranchi

  • Dhuska
  • Bada
  • Chilka Roti
  • Rugda
  • Khukhri
  • Mahua Roti
  • Dudhori
  • Pitha
  • Dhakkan Dibba Roti

Seasons in Ranchi

  • Summer
  • Winter
  • Rainy
  • Autumn

Best Shopping Places in Ranchi

  • Upper Bazaar Ranchi
  • Shastri Market Ranchi
  • Sainik Market Ranchi
  • Nucleus Mall Ranchi
  • Firayalal

Best Places for Picnic in Ranchi

  • Panchghagh
  • Jonha Fall
  • Getalsud Dam
  • Rukka Dam
  • Ormanjhi Zoo
  • Dassam Fall
  • Sita Fall
  • Hundru Fall

Best Waterfall near Ranchi – Ranchi the city of Waterfall

  • Jonha Fall
  • Sita Fall
  • Panchghagh Fall
  • Saiko Fall
  • Dassam Fall
  • Lodh Waterfall
  • Hundru Waterfall
  • Hirni Waterfall

Parks in Ranchi

  • Oxygen Park
  • Sidhu Kanhu Park
  • Nakshtra Park
  • Dada Dadi Park
  • Nagar Nigam Park

Best Institutes for IIT-JEE in Ranchi

  • Newton Tutorials

Best Institutes for Medical Preparation in Ranchi

  • Goal

Best Hospitals of Ranchi

  • RIMS
  • Sadar
  • Orchid
  • Santevita
  • Raj Hospital
  • Medanta


Bishnupur : Yes you are reading about the Temple Town Of West Bengal

Bishnupur is situated in Bankura District of West Bengal. The city is famous for its ancient Hindu temples of Shri Radha Krishna made by Terracotta art. The city is also known as land of Terracotta art. Bishnupur the name itself tells its meaning. Lord Krishna is one form of lord Vishnu. So the city name tells us that its a land of Lord Vishnu. Here total 10 ancient temples are situated which is now declared as national monuments of India.

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Terracotta Art

Terracotta Art is very famous in West Bengal and holds a very strong value in West Bengal. West Bengal is very reach in art and culture. The state is very rich with its ancient history and architecture. Terracotta art is very different from other art of architecture.

In ancients days terracotta brick was used as a substitute of stones to complete supply chain demand of stone in West Bengal. The terracotta bricks are made by red soil after heating.

If you want to see the beautiful terracotta art then you should must visit the temple town Bishnupur where every brick tells a story.

How to Reach

By Air- The nearest airport to reach Bishnupur, Bankura is Netaji Subhash Chandra International Airport, Kolkata. from there you can reach by train, bus, cab or by personal vehicle.

By train – If you are visiting from other state of India then first you have to reach Howrah and from Howrah you have to take conducting train to Bishnupur.

By Road – Bishnupur is well connected by road to Kolkata, Asansol, Durgapur, Bankura, Kharagpur and from other cities of West Bengal and Jharkhand.

Easiest way to reach Bishnupur from Kolkata

The most easiest way to reach Bishnupur from Kolkata is by train journey. Bishnupur is situated at a distance of 130 Km from Kolkata. Bishnupur is well connected to Kolkata by road.

Following are the train details to reach the temple town of West Bengal: Bishnupur from Kolkata:

Aranyak Express (12885) Leave Howrah at 7:45 (MTWTFS)

Rupasi Bangla Express (12883) Leave Howrah at 6:25 (Runs Daily)

Porbandar Kavi Guru (12950) leave Howrah at 20:10 (Sunday only)

Ranchi Intercity (18627) leave Howrah at 12:50 (SMT)

Purulia FS Express (12827) leave Howrah at 16:50 (Runs Daily)

Rani Shiromani Express (18003) leave Howrah at 17:50 (Runs Daily)

Easiest way to reach Bishnupur from Ranchi

The most easiest way to reach Bishnupur from Ranchi is by train journey. Bishnupur is situated at a distance of 266 Km from Ranchi. Bishnupur is well connected to Ranchi by road.

Following are the train details to reach the temple town of West Bengal: Bishnupur from Ranchi

Howrah Intercity Express (18628) leave Ranchi at 5:40 (SMT)

Hatia Kharagpur Express (18036) leave Ranchi at 9:40 (Runs Daily)

Kharagpur Memu Express (18086) leave Ranchi at 15:40 (Runs Daily)

Detailed Information about Bishnupur

Bishnupur is famous for its terracotta temples and Baluchari Saree. Visit here to see the Bengal art, culture, rituals, tradition and life style. Famous terracotta ancient temples are situated in Bishnupur which are dedicated to Shri Radhe Krishna and these temples are honored as National Monuments of India. Bishnupur the temple is a perfect place to have a visual view of Indian Devine Culture. Every year lakhs of visitors visits this place to see our ancestors amazing work.

Travel Expenses to Visit Bishnupur

Apart from train / bus ticket fare Rs.1500 is enough to roam in Bishnupur for one person. Auto booking charge Rs.300-Rs.600. Entry fee to enter in the Rasmanch temple Rs.25. Food/Beverages depends on you how much you can eat. Charges are very reasonable in every hotel. We had fish curry with rice and vegetable in Rs.130 . Baluchari Saree starts from Rs.5000 . Mud utensils and other decorative items starts from Rs.10 to thousands. So keep the money in your pocket and reach the place Bishnupur. I wish you happy journey.

Famous Temples of Bishnupur

  1. Shyam Rai Temple
  2. Jor Bangla Temple
  3. Madan Mohan Temple
  4. Lalji Temple
  5. Radha Shyam Temple
  6. Dalmadal Canon
  7. Rasmanch
  8. Maa-Mrinmoyee Mandir
  9. Chinmasta Temple
  10. Jormandir
  11. Gate of Old Fort

Shyam Rai Temple Bishnupur

The temple is dedicated to Lord Radha Krishna and build by Maharaj Raghunath Singh in the year 1643. On the wall of this temple you can have a look of floral designs, story of Krishnaleela, Mahabharat and Ramayana, scenes of social life and stories of saiv or sakta legends are also drawn here. This temple is declared as national monuments of India in 1913.

Jor Bangla Temple Bishnupur

This temple looks like a combined form of two huts. So named as Jor Bangla. This temple is made by Maharaj Raghunath Singh in the year 1655. And is famous for its terracotta art presenting scenes of Ramayana, Mahabharat and Krishna Leela. This temple is declared as National Monuments of India in the year 1913.

Madan Mohan Temple Bishnupur

Madan mohan temple is very popular in Bishnupur. And is beautifully crafted by terracotta paintings showing scenes of Mahabharat and Ramayana. This temple is dedicated to Lord Radha Krishna. And Radha Krishna statue is dedicated to Lord Radhakrishnan. And Radha Krishna statue is situated inside this temple. One tulsi plant is planted in the garden area.

Lalji Temple Bishnupur

This temple is made by Raja Veera Singh in the year 1658. This ek ratna temple is made by using Laterite stone. On the top of this temple one sapt rath shape durg is present. This temple is declared as national monuments of India in 1914.

Radha Shyam Temple Bishnupur

This temple is made by Raja Chaitanya Singh in 1758. This temple is dedicated to Lord Radha Krishna. The temple was closed during our visit for maintenance work.

Dalmadal Canon Bishnupur

This canon was used many times for war. This canon is made up of Iron and is 3.8 meter long and 20 cm wide. It is made by Malla kings and may be the largest canon at the present time.

This canon is declared as national monuments of India in 1931.

Rasmanch Bishnupur

This temple is made by using laterite stone and it looks like a piramid in a shape. Till 1935 Vaishnav Ras Utsav was being organized here. And Radha Krishna idols from all other temples was being bought here for this occasion.

This temple was declared as national monuments in the year 1914.

Bishnupur - The temple town of west bengal

Maa Mrinmoyee Mandir Bishnupur

This temple is also called as Rajbari and is more than thousand year old. People visit here from all over India during Durga Puja.

Chinmasta Temple Bishnupur

This temple is dedicated to Maa Chinmastika one form of Maa Parvati and is very ancient.

Jormandir Bishnupur

Here three temple are almost same in shape, color and design and in group called as Jormandir. These temples are made by Malla Kings in eighteen century. Two temples are little bigger in size in comparision to middle one. Here you can admire the stucco work on the wall of middle one temple showing the vision of Ramayan and Krishnaleela.

This temple is declared as national monuments in the year 1914.

Gate of Old Fort

This gate is made up of laterite stone. It have a pathway and it have rooms on both side inside it, which must have been used as a check point before entering the city. There is another arched gateway which is attached to the earlier structure. Earlier the fortified city can be accessed through this inner gate house. According to the locals it is built by Veer Singh in the 17th century. This fort was declared as National Monuments in the year 1913.

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