By Sanjeev Kapoor
There's not anything extra nurturing than a mother's love and not anything extra comforting than a house cooked meal, laced with cupious amounts of a mother's love.
In cooking with love- Recipes from my mother's kitchen, grasp Chef Sanjeev Kapoor stocks with you dishes cooked by means of his mom and mom in legislation, recipes which are a part of the culinary legacy.
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On the night before Holi, bonfires symbolise the demise of the evil demoness Holika. SHIVARATRI This day of Hindu fasting recalls the tandava (cosmic victory dance) of Lord Shiva. Temple processions are followed by the chanting of mantras and anointing of linga (phallic images of Shiva). Return to beginning of chapter Itineraries CLASSIC ROUTES BEYOND THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE 10 Days A RAJASTHANI RAMBLE Two Weeks A TASTE OF NORTH & SOUTH Three Weeks ONCE AROUND NORTH INDIA Two Months CIRCLING THE SOUTH Two Months ROADS LESS TRAVELLED SIKKIM & THE NORTHEAST STATES One Month THE GREAT HIMALAYAN CIRCUIT Four to Six Weeks THE TRIBAL CENTRE Eight to 10 Weeks TAILORED TRIPS THE BUDDHIST CIRCUIT INDIA FOR THRILL-SEEKERS SAND, SEA & SACRED SITES CLASSIC ROUTES BEYOND THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE 10 Days The Golden Triangle (Delhi–Agra–Jaipur–Delhi) is the all-time classic India quickie, but this trip goes that bit deeper.
On day 11, take the bus or train through the desert to the ancient fortress of Jaisalmer to relive your Arabian Nights fantasies on a camel safari (see the boxed text) in the dunes. Finally, on day 13, make your way back to Delhi, where you can visit the Jama Masjid, dive into the surrounding bazaars (see the boxed text), and finish off doing some last-minute shopping. This route starts in Delhi, then surveys Rajasthan’s greatest hits: it takes in pink, blue, white and golden cities, and visits the region’s mightiest forts and most exquisite temples.
Cooking with Love: Vegetarian Recipes From My Mother's Kitchen by Sanjeev Kapoor