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Kalyan Panja
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Kalyan Panja is a photographer, travel writer, books and product reviewer and a influencer, who has sold his mind long ago for two square meals a day.
Kalyan Panja is a photographer, travel writer, books and product reviewer and a influencer, who has sold his mind long ago for two square meals a day.

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Jaipur is a fascinating city, hectic in the sense Indian of the term and the perfect starting point for a trip to Rajasthan. To see then we visit the Amber fort, City Palace , Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and the beautiful temples such as Govind Devji and Moti Doongri.

For lovers of shopping , also, Jaipur is a true paradise, with numerous bazaars where they sell traditional products in the purest style of crafts of Rajasthan. We visit the numerous big and small bazaars spread here and there and the Johari Bazar, famous for the jewelry and the cotton market.

Here the old men wear colorful turbans and the ladies wear colourful saris spreading the scent of jasmine, with the essence of life trapped between the future and the past.

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Pitha is a dish from Bengal that is traditionally prepared during the winter festival of Makar Sankranti, almost in every household without exception. In old days and in villages, as the whole family gathered around the wood lit oven, it's a time for family reunions and a food feast with the pitha and jaggery, where every member contribute to its preparation.

It is one preparation, the tricks of which are passed on from the parents to the child as during preparation of the pitha everybody is encouraged whether male or female, to participate either by mixing the filling ingredients or simply wrap the edges.

The recipe is quite simple. It can take different shapes and have different fillings inside from coconut, kheer, sweet potatoes to cooked vegetables like cabbages, which differ from region to region. Only the main ingredient remains the same, which is from freshly grounded rice grains. The pitha can also be put on creamed milk and lightly boiled, which is called the doodh puli.

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Pitha is a dish from Bengal that is traditionally prepared during the winter festival of Makar Sankranti, almost in every household without exception. In old days and in villages, as the whole family gathered around the wood lit oven, it's a time for family reunions and a food feast with the pitha and jaggery, where every member contribute to its preparation.

It is one preparation, the tricks of which are passed on from the parents to the child as during preparation of the pitha everybody is encouraged whether male or female, to participate either by mixing the filling ingredients or simply wrap the edges.

The recipe is quite simple. It can take different shapes and have different fillings inside from coconut, kheer, sweet potatoes to cooked vegetables like cabbages, which differ from region to region. Only the main ingredient remains the same, which is from freshly grounded rice grains. The pitha can also be put on creamed milk and lightly boiled, which is called the doodh puli.

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Pitha is a dish from Bengal that is traditionally prepared during the winter festival of Makar Sankranti, almost in every household without exception. In old days and in villages, as the whole family gathered around the wood lit oven, it's a time for family reunions and a food feast with the pitha and jaggery, where every member contribute to its preparation.

It is one preparation, the tricks of which are passed on from the parents to the child as during preparation of the pitha everybody is encouraged whether male or female, to participate either by mixing the filling ingredients or simply wrap the edges.

The recipe is quite simple. It can take different shapes and have different fillings inside from coconut, kheer, sweet potatoes to cooked vegetables like cabbages, which differ from region to region. Only the main ingredient remains the same, which is from freshly grounded rice grains. The pitha can also be put on creamed milk and lightly boiled, which is called the doodh puli.

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Pitha is a dish from Bengal that is traditionally prepared during the winter festival of Makar Sankranti, almost in every household without exception. In old days and in villages, as the whole family gathered around the wood lit oven, it's a time for family reunions and a food feast with the pitha and jaggery, where every member contribute to its preparation.

It is one preparation, the tricks of which are passed on from the parents to the child as during preparation of the pitha everybody is encouraged whether male or female, to participate either by mixing the filling ingredients or simply wrap the edges.

The recipe is quite simple. It can take different shapes and have different fillings inside from coconut, kheer, sweet potatoes to cooked vegetables like cabbages, which differ from region to region. Only the main ingredient remains the same, which is from freshly grounded rice grains. The pitha can also be put on creamed milk and lightly boiled, which is called the doodh puli.

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A Dog looks on amidst a thick blanket of snow in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
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Snow Dog in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
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Let the Music Heal Your Soul
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Victoria Memorial in Kolkata
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Humayun's Tomb at New Delhi
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