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Delhi festival celebrates the city’s vibrant culture

Posted on Thu, 12/22/2011 - 18:47 by easytours
 

Dilli Ke PakwanOnce again, Delhi celebrates Dilli Ke Pakwan, a festival which encompasses the full culinary, cultural and historical scope of this vibrant city as well as India as a whole. Replicas of the seven gates of Delhi (including Ajmeri Gate, Turkman Gate and India Gate) greet you as you enter the festival grounds. Many other landmarks are recreated, including Meena Bazaar and the Lotus temple.


A camel struts his stuff.

Posted on Wed, 12/21/2011 - 18:22 by easytours
 
A camel struts his stuff.

A camel struts his stuff.   Pushkar Camel Fair 2011 Photos


Chennai Music and Dance Festival

Posted on Tue, 12/20/2011 - 19:04 by easytours
 

Chennai Music and Dance Festival is organized every year during mid-December to mid-January. Throughout the month, renowned artists schedule dance and music performances all over the city. Organized by various sabhas (organizations) in the city, the festival is intended to promote the classical music and  classical dances of South India.


Indian Cuisine - Murg ki Kadi

Posted on Mon, 12/19/2011 - 18:26 by easytours
 

Murgi Ki KadiMurg ki Kadi
(An unusual Chicken preparation from the desert, with yogurt and spices).

Recipe by Sumit Sinha, Chef at Taj Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur

Utensils: 
1 wok
1 iron griddle
1 small bowl
1 mixing bowl
1 transparent glass serving dish

 


Jaipur - Chandlai Lake sees more birds this season

Posted on Sat, 12/17/2011 - 13:26 by easytours
 

JaipurShivdaspura villagers in Jaipur have welcomed an abundance of feathered visitors this season as around 10,000 migratory birds have come to Chandlai Lake, about 3 km from the village.

According to the experts and birdwatchers, the number of winged guests from abroad includes some species who haven’t visited the lake in several years. Villagers have thronged the lake shores in order to watch the flocks swimming on the blue water.

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