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  • Let’s take a trip down the history to find what the festival symbolises, its legend, and how best to celebrate it. Decorate your house, dress up in traditional finery, and surprise your loved ones by making a lip smacking lavish feast. Happy Onam to everyone!

  • All you should know about Ganesh Chaturthi – History, Recipes, Rituals, and More. While most of us rejoice in the festivities at this time of the year, little do we know about the significance of the festival and how it all started. This year, let’s dive deeper into the history of Ganesh Chaturthi and how it should be celebrated.

  • You know Janmashtami is around the corner when the air becomes thick with Shri Krishna devotional songs, raas leela pandals come up in key localities, and you see little kids …

  • Indians are devouring factory processed as well as local made cheese with a passion. We now have a variety of cheese – home grown as well as imported lining supermarket shelves across Indian cities. Here’s a look at 7 popular cheese varieties.

  • Gudi Padwa (or Gowri Padwa) is a popular festival of India. Celebrated on the first day of Chaitra month to mark the beginning of the Lunar New Year, it is also known as Ugadi in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, Tamil New Year’s Day in Tamil Nadu and Cheti Chand for the Sindhi Community.

  • Try these mocktails at home and make something interesting at the New Year party. These are suitable for children, pregnant women, nursing mothers and people with medical conditions coming in the party.

  • New Year is the time to throw parties and have guests coming in the house. Drinks must be present in style to compliment the food served on the table. No party will be complete without wonderful cocktails.

  • Making a Christmas dinner can be a stressful activity even for those who have done it many times before.
    Here are a few simple tips for the perfect, stress-free Christmas dinner.

  • Rice is also the staple food of South India, in-fact it is the staple food of 50% of the world’s population. There are plenty of dishes – vegetarian and non-vegetarian – that have been passed down from generation to generation and the list continues to grow with the addition of modern twist to many of these classic dishes.

  • It is very important to eat the right food to build strong and healthy bones in the years of skeletal growth and equally important to eat well to maintain healthy bones throughout life. Healthy and strong bones built in the childhood and teen years can avoid osteoporosis and other bone problems later in life.

  • Janmashtami is celebrated with religious observance by Hindus across the country. On the occasion of Gokulashtami, umpteen varieties of scrumptious sweet dishes are prepared from milk and curd. Since Lord Krishna relished dairy products, most of the recipes are sweets that are made from dairy products.

  • Onam Sadhya is traditionally a vegetarian feast that can have upto 26 home-made dishes and is served traditionally on a Plantain leaf. Here are some of the dishes that you can make at home for your own Onam Sadya.

  • All about the history of Saffron, uses of Saffron including health benefits, its importance and cultivation of Kashmir saffron varieties.

  • On July 11th, 2015, Team echoVME in association with Urban Tree Homes organized their first ever bloggers meet in The Beverley Hotel, Kilpauk. The event was by prior registration and around 100 bloggers participated in the event. The event aimed to provide a platform for bloggers to interact & network, recognize the bloggers community in Chennai and also announce the winners of Urban Chennai Blogger Award!.

  • If you need some ideas or inspiration on what to prepare for your loved ones, here are some Valentines Day Romantic Dinner Ideas.

  • Valentine’s Day is a special day for lovers to celebrate all over the globe. You will feel nice to be with your loving husband, wife, girlfriend or boyfriend during this day. Make the day feel special with surprising gifts and fascinating dinner for both of you. Spend some time decorating the dinner table with fashionable table cloth, flowers and candles.

  • New Year is a great time to celebrate with friends and family. Entertaining guests coming home this year can be made fun and easy with the following party must haves. Be different this time with some new surprises.

  • Onam is the harvest festival of Kerala and is celebrated with gaiety and fervor. Onam is a great carnival that brings together people of different regions together to celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Kerala. Celebrate Onam with utmost pomp and gaiety