Suji Kakara or Suji Manda

It is a deep fried sweet dish from Odisha, It can be made with wheat flour (atta) and Maida or with Suji/semolina. Here I am sharing how to do dish with suji. Suji kakara is also another delicacy which is made during Raja. So, here is the recipe: Ingredients Semolina...

Poda Pitha, a traditional Raja delicacy

Poda Pitha is the favourite and holds a special place in every Odia’s heart. It is said Raja Festival is colourless and tasteless without Poda Pitha. You can find Podha pitha in every Odia house hold during the Raja Festival. The Pitha is also the favourite dish of...

Simple Home-made Mango Jam

Think as much as you can, but you can’t find one thing to match the heavenly taste of Mango Jam! Much-loved by all be it children or adults, Mango Jam is the perfect spread for freshly buttered toast. It has a luscious texture and rich tangy flavour, which is sure to...

6 food items in summer for a hydrated & glowing skin

Every woman and girls always want their skin to glow and radiant. But during summers the slin generall becomes dehydrate and look pale. So, here are the top foods, which you can eat to have hydrated and glowing skin in the summers: Coconut Water: Coconut Water is...

Traditional drink to quench thirst in summers –‘Ghola Dahi’

Buttermilk is one of the popular summer cooler made with yogurt, all over India with mild variations. It's mostly called chaas in North India, mor in Tamil Nadu, mooru in Kerala, and majige in Kannada and Telugu. In Odisha, it's called ghola dhai  which is made with...

Home-made Mango Ice- cream

Summer means mango – the most irresistible of all tropical fruits. The lush, juicy mangoes also make the most delicious ice creams. So here is an easy recipe to make the delicious ice- creams, which everybody loves to relish Ingredients: 2(ripe) Mangoes 200 gm Milk...

Bela Panna: The ultimate drink for every Odias

Maha Vishuva Sankranti or Panna Sankranti is celebrated as the Odia New Year. This day marks the beginning of the New Year in the traditional Odia calendar On this day a small pot with a hole at the bottom filled with 'pana' or sweet drink is hung on basil (Tulsi)...

Bring liveliness to your homes with these house plants

Plants are the easiest way to bring in liveliness to your interiors. A single tall one next to your sofa, or a cluster of them, or some in a trough on your study, plants make the space more lived-in, more loved, and definitely more fabulous. So if you are confused to...

Frozen Delight- Kulfi

In summer everyone loves to eat something frozen and cold and if it is a sweet dish then it is just perfect.  Kulfi is just one of the most loved Indian desserts that everyone loves to have. The distinct flavour and the irresistible smooth texture of the Kulfi has had...

Wind chimes according to vastu

Wind chime is not merely an item meant for pitching in the house after a fashion or a hobby nor is it a piece of decoration or a beautiful showpiece. Its tunings attract peace, prosperity and happiness into your house covering the entire members of your family. Wind...