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Thursday, December 18, 2014

Varanasi Thandai - Taste Beneras




Thandai, also known as "Sardai", is a cold drink prepared with a mixture of almondsfennel seeds, magaztari seeds (watermelon kernel), rose petals, peppervetiver seeds,cardamomsaffronmilk and sugar. This drink common in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan - mostly in PeshawarBanaras / VaranasiUttar Pradesh.
It is native to India and is often associated with the Maha Shivaratri and Holi festival.
"Bhang Ki Thandai" is a mildly intoxicating drink popular in many parts of the Indian sub-continent, which is made by mixing a small amount of bhang (cannabis leaves and buds) with thandai (with whole milk being used). The fat content of the ground-up nuts and milk solubilize the fat-soluble cannabinoids.

    Rajbandhu Sweet Shop

    Shree Rajbandhu is one of the oldest functioning sweet shops in Varanasi. It's located right near Chowk. There are a lot of armed police around the shop because it is situated at one of the access lanes points to the Vishwanath temple. Don't let that discourage you though from coming and sampling the sweets.

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    Makar Sankranti is a mid-winter festival celebrated in various parts of India and Nepal. It is the only Hindu festival based on the Solar calendar, the others follow the Lunar calendar. In Maharashtra, people greet each other by exchanging laddoos made of jaggery and sesame seeds known as tilgul. Jaggery is unrefined sugar also known as 'gur'.