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Eastern Indian Treats Posted by on Aug 27, 2011

There are so many tasty treats that originate from eastern India. Ras Malai is one of those desserts that are popular in eastern India. Ras Malai is a dessert that contains cheese balls soaked in a sugary milk based soup. The cheese used is called paneer and the liquid in which it is soaked is…

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Indian Amusement Parks Posted by on Aug 18, 2011

One of the happiest and family friendliest places to visit is the amusement parks that can be found all over India. If I had to choose, I’d say that the Appu Ghar is probably one of the more busier amusement parks in India. The Appu Ghar is located in New Delhi. The Appu Ghar is…

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Indian Gardens Posted by on Aug 16, 2011

If you’re a garden enthusiast, you’ll love some of the Mughal Gardens in India. The Pinjore Gardens is an example of a garden built in the Mughal style of gardening. The Pinjore Gardens are located in Pinjore, which is a city in the state of Haryana. The irony to these Gardens is that the Emperor…

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Tombs in India Posted by on Aug 14, 2011

Some of the most beautiful monuments in India are the tombs of former rulers and wealthy men. You can read a previous post about it here: https://blogs.transparent.com/hindi/famous-mausoleums-of-india/. In order to create a lasting legacy of their existence on earth, some of these men built grand tombs to remind the world of their accomplishments. In addition…

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Indian Science and Tech Parks Posted by on Aug 12, 2011

India has the best tech and science parks you’ll ever see in your lifetime. One of the oldest science and tech park is the software park in Chennai called Olympia Tech Park. Chennai is famous for having the best tech and science parks, and the Olympia Tech Park is one of them. The most famous…

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Indian Outdoor Markets Posted by on Aug 10, 2011

One of the best ways to get bargain prices on goods in India is to stroll around the various marketplaces that India has to offer. Have you ever been to the Chawri Bazaar? It is an outdoor market that sells a lot of brass, copper and paper items. If you ever need a copper pot…

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Indian Breakfast Posted by on Jul 28, 2011

Breakfast in India varies from place to place. For example in Kerala and Tamil Nadu there is a popular breakfast dish called Puttu. Puttu is made by adding water to ground rice and adding spices like cumin. Then it is steamed with layers of grated coconut. The puttu is steamed in a special steaming apparatus…

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