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Author: Bhakti D

Bhakti D MBA in HR and Finance who found her love and passion in cooking and writing. She enjoys experimenting new recipes as much as enjoy playing with her son, she also brings her expertise as a parent and a qualified professional to WSL
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Pawanmuktasana is the Sanskrit word made up with the three Sanskrit words Pawan (wind), Mukta(to release), Asana(Posture)= Pawanmuktasana (wind relieving posture). The name itself clears Pawanmuktasana refers to the poses that open up body parts to release gas in the body improving body health and removing those blockages of mind that prevent the energy from […]

Layered Karanji Recipe

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On November 4, 2018

Diwali is now a just few days far so let’s start off quick with this sweet delicacy to make the festivities and celebrations even sweeter — Kanavle or Layered Karanji. Its crispy and flaky cru

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Diwali is here again, the festival of lights, and the festivities have already started. We all know that food plays an important role in the celebrations. And no celebration is complete without a touch of sweet dishes. Desserts are the highlight of every festival — they are the most popular and essential dishes of Diwali […]
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Durga Ashtami or Maha Ashtami is the eighth day of navaratri and most important day of the ten days long Durga Puja festival celebrated every year with religious zeal. This day is attributed to Goddess Shakti, an avatar of Durga who is symbolic of eternal power and the victory of ‘good’ over the ‘evil’. In […]
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Navratri Sabudana Kheer Recipe

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On October 13, 2018
Navratri season is here and so are we with this quick and easy to make creamy and healthy sabudana kheer recipe made from tapioca pearls, milk, condensed milk and dry fruits which is prepared during vrat/ upvas. Known by different names like Sago Pudding or Sago Payasam, this dessert recipe will surely satisfy your fasting […]
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