Different spices are used to make a garam masala mix?

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon16th Apr 2024
Garam masala is a quintessential spice blend used in Indian cuisine. It adds warmth, depth, and complexity to dishes, and its composition can vary widely based on regional preferences and personal taste. Here's a breakdown of the different spices commonly used to make garam masala, along with why, how, and when it's used: What is Garam Masala? Garam masala is a blend of ground spices c

Average yearly consumption of Rice for the typical Indian

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon11th Apr 2024
Average yearly consumption of rice for a typical Indian varies based on factors such as region, cultural practices, dietary preferences, and socioeconomic status. However, rice is a staple food in India and is consumed in significant quantities across the country. Why Rice is Consumed: Cultural Significance: Rice holds immense cultural significance in India and is deeply ingrained in traditi

Samosas - Snack from the Indian subcontinent

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon6th Apr 2024
Samosas are a popular savory snack originating from the Indian subcontinent. They are triangular-shaped pastries filled with a savory mixture of spiced potatoes, peas, and sometimes other ingredients. Here's how samosas are typically cooked, along with some background information: What Are Samosas? Ingredients: The outer pastry shell of samosas is typically made from all-purpose flour, wa

What percentage of Indians are vegetarian?

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon2nd Apr 2024
Approximately 30-40% of the population in India is estimated to follow a vegetarian diet. However, this percentage can vary depending on the region, cultural practices, and religious beliefs. Why Indians Follow Vegetarianism: Religious Beliefs: Hinduism: Many Hindus follow a vegetarian diet as part of their religious beliefs, which promote compassion and non-violence (ahimsa). They believe in

Best places in South India to travel in Hot Summer?

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon19th Mar 2024
South India offers several destinations that are perfect for traveling during hot summers due to their cooler climates, hill stations, and coastal areas. Here are some of the best places to visit in South India during the hot summer months, along with reasons, ways to travel, and the best time to visit: Ooty, Tamil Nadu: Why: Ooty, also known as the "Queen of Hill Stations," offers

Ten hill stations to travel solo in south of India

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon5th Dec 2023
Traveling solo to hill stations in South India can be a delightful experience, offering scenic beauty, tranquility, and a chance for self-reflection. Here are ten of the best hill stations in South India for solo travel: Ooty, Tamil Nadu: Known as the "Queen of Hill Stations," Ooty is famous for its lush tea gardens, serene lakes, and pleasant weather. The Nilgiri Mountain Railway add

Ten best places to Travel Solo in South India?

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon9th Nov 2023
Traveling solo in South India can be a remarkable experience, offering a diverse range of landscapes, cultures, and experiences. Here are ten of the best places to explore, along with reasons why they are great for solo travelers and the best times to visit: Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu: Why: Pondicherry offers a unique blend of French and Indian cultures, serene beaches, and a peaceful ambiance. I

Should people really vote in democracy?

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon11th May 2023
Yes, voting is a crucial aspect of a democratic society, and it plays a fundamental role in shaping the governance and policies of a nation. Here are some reasons why voting is important: Representation: Voting allows individuals to have a say in choosing representatives who will make decisions on their behalf. By participating in elections, citizens can help ensure that their interests and con

INS Vikrant Delivered to Indian Navy, First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier by India

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon29th Jul 2022
INS Vikrant which is also known as Indigenous Aircraft Carrier 1 (IAC-1). It is the first aircraft carrier to be built in India. This is an Aircraft Carrier constructed by the Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) for the Indian Navy. The name Vikrant means courageous in Sanskrit. The motto of the ship is Jayema Saṁ Yudhi Sprdhah, which means I defeat those who fight against me. Brief of the backgroun

Monkeypox Outbreak around the World in 2022

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon25th Jul 2022
The outbreak of monkeypox, which is a viral disease, was confirmed in May 2022, once few cases were found in the United Kingdom. The first case was detected on 6th May 2022 and confirmed this case had travel links to Nigeria (where the disease is endemic). From 18th May 2022 onwards, there was an increase in cases in Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia. As of 23rd July 2

Droupadi Murmu, New President of India

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon22nd Jul 2022
Droupadi Murmu was nominated to President elections and on 21st of July 2022 elections counting was finished and Droupadi Murmu won the elections and will be the New President of India, Murmu is likely to take oath on July 25 as President of India. A few highlights of 15th President of India Droupadi Murmu will be the first person belonging to a Scheduled Tribe (ST) community to be elected as t

President of India nominated Veerendra Heggade, P.T. Usha, Ilaiyaraaja and V. Vijayendra Prasad to the Rajya Sabha

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon7th Jul 2022
According to the Fourth Schedule (Articles 4(1) and 80(2)) of the Constitution of India, The President of India can nominate 12 members to Rajya Sabha for a term of six-years for their contributions towards Arts, Literature, Sciences, and Social Services. Maybe earlier most of the South Indian peoples, for this matter all the Indian people might not be aware that The President of India can nomina

For Indian Youth..! What should you know about Nambi Narayanan?

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon11th Apr 2021
Lets see the background, In 1992, India signed an agreement with Russia.. Aggrement was for transfer of technology to develop cryogenic fuel-based engines and procurement of two such engines for ₹ 235 crore. However, Russia did not materialize after the US presiden

Privatisation of Public Sector Banks & Banks Strike in March 2021

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon15th Mar 2021
The Finance Minister has announced in Union Budget of India for 2021-22, that two Public Sector Banks (PSBs) will be Privatised. The policy of government in last three decades of economic reforms was to sell a part of shares in Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) including PSBs to public while retaining the controlling share in its own hands. Privatisation of PSBs is i

COVID-19 Vaccination in India, Covishield and Covaxin

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon10th Mar 2021
In January 2021 India started National Vaccination programme against the SARS-CoV-2 virus which has caused the COVID-19 pandemic. The drive prioritises healthcare and frontline workers, and then those over the age of 60, and then those over the age of 45 and suffering from certain comorbidities. In January 2021 Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres

Be Aware of Chain Snatchers & Tips to Prevent Chain Snatching

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon4th Mar 2021
Chain Snatching is one of the crime happening across India by different individuals or gangs. One should be aware while being in public places and should be cautious always. Chain snatching an easy job unlike burglaries, robberies or dacoities. These chain snatchers mostly will be from different places, They will often go to a new places and do their job and leave within hours.

Reduce the Risk of Becoming a Sexual Assault Victim!

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon26th Feb 2021
To Reduce the risk for you to becoming a sexual victim, you have to take some preventative measures, which will help you to avoid a risky situations from escalating. Anyone can be the target of sexual assault, regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, sexual history, or social class. There is no stereotypical victim or rapist. What's bad? - Near

Prime accused in gang-rape case nabbed after two decades

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon23rd Feb 2021
Prime accused Bibekananda Biswal in a sensational gangrape that shook Odisha in its aftermath in 1999 is now caught by Police from Aamby Valley in Lonavala in Maharashtra. The incident, that occurred in 1999, had created a state-wide outrage. A total of three persons were accused in the case. Two of them - Pradeep Sahi and Dhirendra Mohanty, were arrested and convict

International Mother Language Day

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon21st Feb 2021
International Mother Language Day is a worldwide annual observance held on 21st February to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and to promote multilingualism. First announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999, it was formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly with the adoption of UN resolution 56/262 in 2002. Mother Language Day is par

National Education Policy 2020, Government of India (NEP 2020)

ByKarthik Kumar D Kon8th Dec 2020
National Education Policy (NEP 2020) has been approved by Union Cabinet on 29 July 2020. Its major aim is to introduce changes in the Indian Education System right from the school to the college level of education. Making India a Global Knowledge Superpower is the ultimate objective of the NEP 2020. It is the third major change in education systems in India since independence in 1947. Earlier two
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