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8 May, 2021
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To slow the rapid spread of the virus, most countries dramatically restricted social life. These restrictions ranged from bans on large events and the closure of schools and universities to a temporary shutdown of the economy. In countries that impos...
8 May, 2021
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Kesar Mango – A pride of Saurashtra RegionMango the ‘Mouth Watering Fruit’ is loved by all, and the Kesar Mango is known for its bright orange-coloured pulp and was given the geographical indication status in 2011 and thus the name Kesar (Saffron).Th...
5 April, 2021
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Cotton is perfect for all climates, which is why it’s widely worn & loved. Wear this in dry heat or humidity, too. This natural fibre allows air to circulate & move freely through the fabric, which makes the heat more bearable. It’s like a...
25 March, 2021
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While buying a handicraft, Sarees, Rosogullas or any other such products, have you ever wondered if they were truly authentic coming from its place of origin? Like, throughout my life till date I always thought that Rosogullas originated from West Be...
25 March, 2021
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Kancheepuram Silk sarees are characterized by a gold-dipped silver thread that is woven on the premium quality silk. These sarees are also known for their durability, heaviness and high cost because of Zari's work. The heavier is the silk and Zari; t...
25 March, 2021
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Kalanamak is one of the finest quality scented rice of India. It derives its name from black husk (kala = black; the suffix ‘namak’ means salt). This variety has been in cultivation since the Buddhist period (600 BC). It is quite popular in Himalayan...
9 March, 2021
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India is adaptable for materials as its rich common assets for making and enhance textures are unparalleled. The nation is one of the highest socially rich spots in the whole world which is famous to have some high and absolute best-talented craftsme...
9 March, 2021
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Any cotton-weaved article that comes from Lucknow" may be the most agreeable definition of Chikan today. Students of history say that the word Chikan was gotten from the Persian word "chikin" or "chikeen" which implies any sort of weaved texture.&nbs...
29 January, 2021
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The veena is one of the oldest Indian musical instruments. It is played by sitting cross-legged, with the resonator to the right of the player (they give). Veena is said to be the only instrument that can play all the gamakas (oscillations) in Carnat...