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Nutrition plays a central role in the Ayurvedic lifestyle because that is the key to good health and well being. Healthy and wholesome food nourishes the mind, body and soul. In today's episode , we have with us Dr. Alka who is the founder of Vaisakh gardens and Tanmatra Ayurveda, to unfold the secrets of healthy living and importance of food in Ayurveda.
With a mix of about 54% Malayali Hindus, 24% Muslims and 8% Christians, Kerala is an abode to a diverse set of population. And this diversity has largely shaped the cultural and culinary canvas of this state.
The Assamese cuisine is a diverse, unique, simple, wholesome and delectable realm dominated by fresh vegetables, fish and meat. So in today episode we have with us Ms. Irin Kashyap, a blogger from the state who will unfold the majestic world of Assamese food.
Today's episode is quite a different one as we have with us someone who's a traveller, gourmand, an official cognac educator and ex bartender. Let’s welcome Mr. Ajit Balgi, the founder of the Happy High. He teaches talents about wine spirits, bartending and much more.
In this episode we have Ms. Sweta Biswal who's here to enlighten us more about the Odia culinary heritage and unveil some it's amazing secrets.
We have with us Shruti Tharayil, a self taught herbalist, who has extensively worked with local groups to reintroduce wild edible plant varieties among the local public.
Today we have Ms. Shalini Rajani who is a millet coach. She is helping people to bring back millets into their daily dietary habits and revive their lost glory.
Today we are delighted to have Ms. Sayantani Mahapatra, who is going to unfold the rich history of Bengali cuisine.
In this episode we are exploring the finer nuances of this cuisine with renowned chef cum author Ms. Deepika Shetty who has done some extensive research on this rich coastal cuisine.
In this episode we have an exceptional writer, food columnist Ms. Madhulika dash. who's here to amuse you with tales of the betel leaf or as we say paan ka patta.
Let’s welcome our guest Mr. Ganesh Vancheeswaran, who's also an avid traveler and a food enthusiast. He is here to take us on a drooling journey across Bangalore.
We are delighted to host Mr. Suraj Kandukuri, creator of The Brown People We Know podcast series. He is here to help you all get a better view of how you can also start podcasting.
We have with us Ms. Jasreen Khanna, a travel and lifestyle writer and author of 'Seva: Sikh Secrets On How To Be Good In The Real World. She will unfold the stories and experiences about community service with food in focus.
We are here to unfold the secrets of a perfect coffee blend with Mr. Jesal Sampat, founder of Nion Foods, an organisation devoted to giving every tea- coffee lover the finest experience.
We are in conversation with Dimple Singh who is a healthcare professional and a biker by passion. She holds the record for being the youngest rider to cover Sach pass and Spiti in the same ride.
We understand the importance of a thorough blogspot from our guest Anjana Gopakumar, a talented, new age food blogger. She is here to help budding food bloggers discover the true essence of writing and publishing blogs.
Ruskin Bond quoted in his book roads to Mussoorie “On the open road there are no strangers. You share the same sky, the same mountain, the same sunshine and shade. On the open road we are all brothers."
Today we have someone whose passion for food and travel started with family holidays. She began her writing journey in food journals and now she writes articles for the mainstream media.
Ever heard of a business plan that could evolve from a mere 3 lakh investment to a more than 100 crore business venture. It may sound like a dream but this is the story of our guest today's guest.
When it comes to travel stories and written accounts, the whole gamut of the ones written in English language is vast compared to the vernacular languages. So in today's episode we have with us someone who is a well known name in the domain of Hindi travel journalism.
The last two years have been very harsh for all of us. It made us realise the value of health and a healthy lifestyle. We saw a radical shift towards a more sustainable mode of living. In all such changes, one thing that was widely discussed was nutrition.
Someone said ”Food is not rational. Food is culture habit, craving and identity” Regional food is not just food belonging to a specific region, it is the essence and heritage of that place.
As we say summers are for nostalgia and mangoes, for some it's only for mangoes. The king of fruits and a favourite of all, mangoes have been represented in every form and scope. So in today's episode we are in conversation with two best friends, Noor and Bhawna, who are on a journey to unwind the secrets and wonders of Indian heritage.
For every chai addict, an invigorating cup of tea is an answer to all his/her woes. But who all knows that the chai you have was not originally meant to be the way it is.
Being a traveler by heart, she is someone who is always looking forward to expeditions. And that's what defines today's episode's speaker Raksha Rao.
Ever heard about finding peace in wandering? That's what today's speaker does. She is an architect by profession but an avid traveler by soul.
She is a psychologist, Masterchef 1 Contestant, food show host, recipe curator and a chef. Ankita Chakravarty dons many hats but she most proudly refers herself to a psychologist chef.
Do you know what a recipe expert does and how are they different from a professional chef? It is quite an unfamiliar culinary profession right!
The story of Rashmi Chadha: an entrepreneur, a travel blogger and the proud founder of Wovoyage
The story of fashion and travel blogger, Navneet @Glamadventuress