5 Healthy 15 min Fruit Desserts...

Sep 21, 2015 by

Introduction: Who wouldn’t love to eat desserts? Especially when you have sweet tooth it’s must that you want to satisfy that. But sometimes you don’t have time to spend on preparing them and indulge your sweet tooth. You only indulge when you go out. But there are some easy ways to prepare desserts of your yearning. Here are some easy recipes for fruit desserts that you can prepare more or less than in fifteen minutes.       5 Desserts you will love: 1. Strawberry with Chocolate: Seeing fresh strawberries will make you lick your lips and imagine eating them with melted chocolate I bet your mouth will definitely water at the thought of that. So prepare it yourself by taking some fresh strawberries of quantity whatever you desire. Take a bowl of chocolate and using microwave melt the chocolate...

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Art of Sewing and needle work – (suci-vaya-karma)...

Oct 11, 2014 by

Sewing Sewing is the craft of fastening or attaching objects using stitches made with a needle and thread. Sewing is one of the oldest of the textile arts, arising in the Paleolithic era. Before the invention of spinning yarn or weaving fabric, archaeologists believe Stone Age people across Europe and Asia sewed fur and skin clothing using bone, antler or ivory needles and “thread” made of various animal body parts including sinew, catgut, and veins. For thousands of years, all sewing was done by hand. The invention of the sewing machine in the 19th century and the rise of computerization in the later 20th century led to mass production of sewn objects, but hand sewing is still practised around the world. Fine hand sewing is a characteristic of high-quality tailoring, haute couture fashion, and...

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Art of cooking – (citra-sakapupa-bhakshya-vikara-kriya)...

Oct 9, 2014 by

“A work of art,” according to the Encyclopedia Britannica, “is something made or transformed by man that functions aesthetically in man’s experience.” Obviously, the only way it can function aesthetically in our experience is if it makes an impact upon our senses. And the more senses it makes an impact upon, the greater its potential impact. And the greater the impact, the greater the art form. Logically then, potentially the greatest art form must be cooking. For cooking-the creation and making of a great dish-does some thing no other art form does. It makes an impact upon not just one of our senses (as a painting does) or two of our senses (as a live performance of music does); it makes an impact upon all five. Every culture has a unique food philosophy. The...

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