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For many Gujaratis, winter marks the end of a long, long wait for Undhiyu, a seasonal dish that derives its name from the way it is traditionally cooked - upside down, under the ground.
"We Indians are really good at feasting," says Vikram Doctor in this episode of The Real Food Podcast. The last few months for most of us in India are full of festivals and grand occasions. And, from...
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As you read this, people in Mumbai are dusting off barely-used jackets, hoodies, and sweaters in order to weather the winter that has finally set in. Temperatures in India's financial capital have dro...
Even as the nations of the world congregate in Paris later this year to forge a fair plan to limit the rise in global temperatures, a study from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) shows that wi...
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Bengalis, especially in Kolkata, have a special relationship with winter. The moment the temperature drops down to 25°C, doting moms mummify the apples of their eyes under layers of sweaters and bandor toopis (monkey caps), lest they catch a cold.
Harvest festivals are celebrated all over the country at this time of the year though by different names--Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Magh Bihu in Assam, Pedda Panduga in Andhra Pradesh and Makar Sankranti in Gujarat and other parts of India. All these festivals signify health, wealth and prosperity and the coming of warmer days.