Origin : Warli folk paintings are the painting of Maharashtra. Warli is the name of the largest tribe found on the northern outskirts of Mumbai, in Western India. The word “ Warli” comes from “warla” which means a piece of land or a field Despite being in such close proximity of the largest metropolis in India.
Ghee is one of the most versatile ingredient in Indian cooking. In english ghee is called clarified butter. It is also known as desi ghee. Clarified butter and ghee is not exactly same. The only difference between ghee and clarified butter is that ghee is cooked until the milk solids are slightly browned which adds a nutty flavor to the ghee. Continue reading “Homemade – Ghee”
Khandvi is a popular snack amongst Gujaratis, especially the kids! Nobody can hide their love for this delicious savoury. It is commonly eaten as an appetizer or as a snack food. In other parts of India, this popular dish is also known as Suralichi vadi or Patuli.
Being a gujarati , I am a big fan of gujarati recipes. 😀 Continue reading “Khandvi”
Well, the real good news is that I visited Indian Art Festival. Though I have been to many such exhibitions and fairs earlier where one easily gets to see various arts & handicrafts of India but this was totally different from all those exhibitions. My profound love for Indian arts & crafts prompted me to visit the fair and witness the beautiful melange of colours, art forms, handicrafts and textiles that make India a diverse and culture-rich nation. Continue reading “Indian Art Festival”
It’s after a long time that I have come across an interior design that has such a distinct personality. Work is elegant to the core and makes excellent use of design elements in a contemporary setting.
This is the house of my relative who stays in Mumbai , contributing to the creative and contemporary fields of architecture, interior planning, styling and furniture design. Their philosophy of not adhering to a fixed formula, style or method, instead adapting ideas to suit the context and end user, ensures that each space that they design is unique. Take a look at my favorites.
Wall Color: Soft colors on wall with one wall painted in bold color for creating focal point. Wallpaper is also a good option for feature wall.
Accessories: Funky accessories in color that blends with furnishing. But keep in mind that don’t over accessories your home if you want to decor your home in contemporary style.
Floor: Floor should be bare and smooth. Wooden flooring is the latest trend and looks beautiful. Rugs, carpets with geometrical shape and funky patterns are the best choice to achieve the look.
These are some simple tips that can help you achieve desired contemporary look for your home.
To know more about other decorating style stay tuned!!
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Dahi vada is a delicious recipe with fried vadas i.e urad dal dumplings smeared with chilled beaten curd and topped with spicy and tangy chutneys.A delicious North Indian delicacy, dahi vada is best served chilled on a hot summer day. Continue reading “Dahi Vada | Dahi Bhalla | Dumplings”
Hello Decor Enthusiasts!!
Let me tell you that how true is the quote that “Your home is a reflection of where your heart is even when you are not there, There is an aura when you step into someone’s home that can not be described.” Dear folks, I bring to you the home tour of one my friend and her home is totally gorgeous, stunning, vibrant and happy place. 🙂
You may call it ‘An Orange Home’, ‘A Traveller’s Canvas’ or ‘An Ethnic Indian Nest’….whatever may be, but it is just like that!
..for colours and warmth..
my favourite corner…
Are you looking for some ‘Ethnic Indian Inspiration(s)’ ?
Colours of India….and a Diwali moment.
Those lovely and lively, colour full, vibrant days. Till now I can feel the warmth…and miss it terribly at the same time.
Here, some Ethnic Indian Decor tips on ‘Dhanteras’ and Diwali or Deepavali….!!!….The Goddess is coming…:)
Can you imagine a life without women ? In fact there will be no life without women.👩
Happy women’s day to all the precious ladies in this world. It is one of the most special day for all the women. So all the ladies take some “me” time for you today. Do your most favourite thing today. Eat the best dish you like. Take some rest.Watch your favourite movie. Live the day happily for yourself. Meet and wish all the ladies you have known ! Those you can’t meet send your wishes to them. Continue reading “Women’s Day – DIY ( Happy #We day ) 😉👩”
Want to bake something sweet for your loved one on Valentine’s Day ?
Roses are red, chocolate is divine and hearts are pure romance, all the essentials to the perfect Valentine’s Day Mini Cake. These little gems are Devil’s food layers filled with raspberry cream and covered in glossy chocolate ganache. !!
Top the cream with another layer of cake. Cover the cake with plastic wrap and refrigerate while you make the ganache.
Add all the chopped chocolate, swirl the pot to make sure the chocolate is completely covered by the cream.
Let sit for about 3 minutes and then gently whisk until smooth.
Pour about 1 cup of the hot ganache into a shallow dish and refrigerate for 10 minutes or until slightly firm, but still spreadable.
Leave the remainder of the ganache in the pot to keep it pourable.
With a small spatula, spread the refrigerated ganache over the sides of the cakes. The goal is to fill the gap between the layers of cake and make them smooth.
We want a smooth surface so that when you pour the ganache over the cakes you will not have any bumps.
If your ganache starts to get too thick, return the pot to the stove and heat on very low heat, just for a few seconds.
Allow the cakes to set at room temperature for about 20 minutes. If you need to refrigerate them, they will lose their shine.
Once you return them to room temperature the shine will come back. You can find edible roses at some grocery stores.
♥♥ Happy ValentinesDay ♥♥