For marination –
Crushed garlic – 7/8 cloves
Dried Oregano – 2tbsp
Pepper – 1/2 TSP
Red chilli flakes – 2 tbsp
Lemon juice – 3 tbsp
Fresh thyme – a handful
Olive oil – 4tbsp
Add salt to the chicken piece and avoid salt in the marinade.
Mix chicken well in the marinade and refrigerate for 3-4 hours (can be skipped)
Grill in the microwave for 30 minutes or till chicken is cooked and crisp on the outside (flip over after 15 minutes)
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Karnataka receives heavy rainfall during the monsoon season and home to one of the largest rainwater harvesting projects in the world. Agumbe is one of the places with the highest annual rainfall in India and the state listed among the best places to visit in rainy season in India. Best places to visit in Karnataka during the monsoon season also includes Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary,Nandi Hills,Brindavan Gardens,Nagarhole sanctuary,Coastal Karnataka along with Coorg region.
Jungles of Kabini
Jungles of Kabini is one of the must visit place in Karnataka during the monsoon season. Kabini offers truly magical monsoon experience with Continue reading “15 best places to Visit in Karnataka During Monsoon”
Mysore Dosa from Karnataka is a dosa with a difference. Try it to believe it.
Rogan Josh, Gushtaba and Tabaknat from Jammu & Kashmir is the first stop for this culinary trail.
Channa Madra and Nashpati Sabzi are absolute dinner delights from Himachal Pradesh
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Kerala got its first metro on June 17, PM Narendra modi inagurated the metro and took a ride along with the CM Pinarayi Vijayan, Governor P Sathasivam, Metro man Sreedharan and other BJP and CPI(M) leaders. Continue reading “How awesome is Kochi Metro”
World’s oldest Yoga teacher Tao Porchon-Lynch and India’s oldest Yoga guru Amma Nannamal came together to demonstrate various yoga asanas in Bengaluru at Kanteerava Outdoor Stadium today on the occasion of the third International Yoga Day.
Mysuru breaks the record of Rajpath , with over 54,101 yoga performers performing yoga at the Race Course grounds, Mysuru. Earlier, Guinness world record was recorded 33,900 performers performing at Rajpath, Delhi.
International Yoga Day made its debut in 2015. And on the very first edition, the country had set not one but two Guinness World Records. One for the largest yoga lesson at the Rajpath and other for maximum participation by foreign nationals.
Now, in its third edition, Indians are all set to break the Guinness record for the Longest Yoga Chain. More than 8,000 schoolchildren formed the “longest yoga chain” in front of the iconic Mysuru Palace, Mysuru in Karnataka on 19th June 2017 to create a new world record.
courtesy : Drone Acharya , Indian Express and International Day of Yoga Mysuru
The Maha Shivaratri Festival will be celebrated by Hindus the world over on March 7, and is celebrated annually in reverence of the Hindu God ‘Shiva’. It is said to be the day that Shiva saved the universe by drinking poison and also the day he was married to the Goddess Parvati. Often referred to as Shivaratri, the festival is celebrated by most during the day, while others hold all-night vigils to celebrate the event which falls on a day in the most holy month in the Hindu calendar year.
Here we look at 21 pictures of Nepalese and Indian Hindus offering special prayers and fasting to commemorate the occasion
1. A Nepalese Sadhu (Hindu holy man) looks on during preparations for the Maha Shivaratri festival in Kathmandu on March 7.
2. A man paints coloured paste onto his face during the Maha Shivaratri festival in Kathmandu.
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India is called the land of festivities. Round the year, the country witnesses some beautiful rituals, traditions and customs that help in binding the country together. If you are visiting the country during October, then witness the grand celebration of Navratri and Dussehra. Navratri in India is a nine-day festival, where Goddess Durga is worshipped in nine different forms.
As a part of the day’s celebration on Sunday, people will get free entry into Taj Mahal and about 200 other ticketed monuments and museums across India.
Other than these, entry to 35 site museums, and all other museums that fall under the control of the culture ministry, like the National Museum and the Salar Jung Museum, will also be free.