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Vedic Astrology Practitioner Course

Indian culture has proven their unique scientific approaches, to real life problems that work even in today’s world; may it be Yoga, Ayurveda, Astronomy or Vedic Astrology. The foundation of Vedic astrology is based on theory of Karma. Astrology is a very positive science it allows you to peek into your future and change it for better. This course is mainly for understanding astrology and using it in daily life. This course has 48 sessions of 1.5 hour each . It will be conducted over weekends, 4 sessions a month . Total duration of the course is 12 months. The course fees of the course are Rs. 20000 .   The course is suitable for everybody who wants to learn and apply basics of Vedic astrology in daily life. The batch starts in October . High Level Course Contents Basics of Indian calendar Creating a horoscope using software Reading the horoscope Nature of 12 signs, 9 planets and 27 constellations Nature of 12 houses in a horoscope Lucky and malefic planets for every

Super quick Khaman

Let’s make something quick today. If friend gives a surprise visit or kids are hungry or you are wondering what to make for evening snacks over a weekend and you want to make something quick, interesting as well as healthy then here you go. Dhokala is all time favorite snacks. My daughter just loves dhokala and whenever she demands, I can make it in 15- 20 minutes.   Ingredients:     1.      1 &1/2 cup gram flour 2.      1 cup water 3.      2 teaspoon sugar 4.      2 teaspoon lemon juice(1/2 lemon) 5.      1 teaspoon grated ginger 6.      ¼ teaspoon turmeric, mustard seeds, asafetida each 7.      1/4 th cup chopped coriander and 1/4 th cup grated fresh coconut 8.      3 and ½ teaspoon oil 9.      1 teaspoon Eno (fruit salt) lemon/orange flavor 10.    Salt as per taste 11.    1 large pot 12.    1 small pot with flat bottom (the size shall be such that it will be kept into the large pot in boiling water)

Yummy Yam Starter (Most Liked Dish)

Hello all and welcome to series of tasty and healthy recipes once again, this time my favorite starter. It’s delicious, easy to make and a perfect starter or evening snacks in winters. Let’s rush to the kitchen and enjoy it. Indian yam , elephant foot or Suran is very nutritious root. It is rich in protein and omega 3 fatty acids. It also has many medicinal uses. It helps in lowering blood sugar, cholesterol and in weight loss. This recipe is simple, easy to make and tasty. It requires very little oil but may need little bit of time to prepare. Preparation time: 45 minutes       Ingredients (4 Servings): 1.        ½ kg Indian yam (Suran) 2.        3/4 th cup roasted soji rava (Semolina) 3.        3/4 th table spoon rice flour and gram flour each 4.        ½ teaspoon turmeric 5.        1 and ½ teaspoon chili powder 6.        1 teaspoon cumin seed powder 7.        ½ teaspoon asafetida 8.        Salt as per taste 9.        1/4 th cup tamarind

Vedic Math Foundation (Basic Arithmetic)

Indian culture has proven their unique scientific approaches, to real life problems, that work even in today’s world; may it be Yoga, Ayurveda, Astronomy or Vedic Maths, the latest one. Vedic maths is a way of doing maths in a mental and most fundamental way and so it is natural to us and faster than conventional approach. Being mental and faster it is helpful in competitive exams and in school exams . It also helps in the development of your child by improving mathematical/logical intelligence. We are starting Vedic maths foundation course that will help in improving basic concepts in math and in mastering arithmetic . This is going to help your child forever in his life. This course duration is 3 months(2 hours every week) . The course fees of the course are Rs. 4000 and it is suitable to children older than 9 years. You may make the payment here and enroll for the course.  C all 7719926102 or email: as more questions come to your mind. Related