India is the largest ghee producer and consumer across the world. Ghee is clarified butter and is used for the preparation of various foods as also for the purpose of rituals. It is prepared by Heating butter, evaporating its water and removing the residue. http://www.klimom.com/ghee/ It can be stored for long time at room temperature without refrigerating. Some ghee is more yellow in colour because it is made of the milk produced by cows who graze more grass.
On my social media newsfeed today I came across a post which read “Diet cures more than doctors.” I cannot agree more with this statement. Of course, I’m going to take that “diet” here means eating healthy and not starving oneself.
In the world we live in, the poor struggle to get a basic meal a day because they can’t afford it. Whereas the rich can buy whatever they fancy because they can afford it. The type of food we eat is being compromised across the board irrespective of wealth. As a result, many of the health problems we see today are simply because of not eating right.
The world has always appreciated India for its traditions and rituals. A lot of daily habits of Indians make us different from others. As you travel from one state to another, you will notice different customs, traditions and rituals. All these traditions are of great value in Indian culture and these customs and traditions together make India a secular state within.
India is a mix of religion and culture. We love that we experience so many different types of food, clothing, and rituals. From praying to different Gods, or even unique ways of getting married, we have diversity in everything. There are certain traditions we’ve been following since we were kids. A lot of us have questioned these while growing up, and some of us have just followed them faithfully without any questions