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“From Sugarcane to Sweet Delight: The Art of Jaggery Making”

Introduction: Delve into the fascinating world of traditional sweets as we explore the intricate process of making jaggery from sugarcane juice. In this blog, we will unravel the centuries-old techniques, the cultural significance, and the mouthwatering results of this age-old practice. Join us on a journey through the fields of sugarcane and the heartwarming kitchens …

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“Echoes of History: Pietro Della Valle’s 1623 AD Expedition to Ikkeri and the Tragic Tale of Sati”

In the year 1623 AD, Pietro Della Valle, an Italian traveler, embarked on a remarkable journey to Ikkeri(the Capital of Keladi) during the Hiriya Venkatappa Nayaka period. Little did he know that his encounter with a local widow would lead him to witness a practice deeply ingrained in the culture of the time – the …

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About Coffee: A coffee cherry from plantation to fresh Aroma coffee powder

Coffee is a famous brewed drink prepared from roasted coffee beans, the seeds of selected coffee species. It’s believed that “Coffee origin to Ethopia and Sudan from history, firstly consumed in the Yemen in southern Arabian peninsular”. In coffee there are two main variants: Coffee Arabica Robusta (Coffee Canephora) Coffee cannot be enjoyed directly from …

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Folk sagas of heroic women from our past ….

Like in Hampi, every stone there will narrate a story about it,  likewise I encountered a peculiar strange folk story of a bastion constructed by sacrificing a pregnant woman(Human sacrifice) for the built-up fort in Pavagada. Likewise, there are similar folk stories related to two other pregnant women who were sacrificed at different stages during …

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Pala Biscuit – It’s a Unique type of Biscuit, not Unibic!

The Malabar region of Kerala is famous for its Bakery savories and there is no region India that can produce a cake like softy, rich & delicious. From present Bakery chains like Cochin Bakery, Varier bakery, Thalassery bakery, Best bakery to Ayyappa bakeries all these bakeries are owned by a North Keralites. The credit of …

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