The other day I was talking to one of my friend some nonsense’s as we usually do but at some point we deviated our conversation to a topic about how women are being exploited these days.
As at least once in our life time would we undergo a situation when we are being held back only because of the gender that we belong.
It does happen as it used to, History tells us so was my opinion, as its “His -Story and not Her-story”
She was not convinced and asked me why only women were supposed to cover their head while in Church ? my reply was “probably because of respect that we need to show when in the presence of God”
again she opposed it quoting Genesis when Adam and Eve had nothing to wear and God used to talk to them…
I don’t have an answer ,but in Genesis it also says “Eve” was created for “Adam”
So that means women created for Men????
I don’t know…
Anyways dedicating Song “Feel the rain on your skin”by Natasha Bedingfield
to all Women reading this post
Also Salute all the Mothers in this World, for the love and care that they contribute,
respect them for all the pain they suffer and for the sacrifices they do every day.
Mango season again 🙂
this time I want to share a very popular Indian drink – “Mango Lassi”
though the recipe here is my way making it and not the authentic Lassi recipe – Click –veg recipes of india.com for that authentic recipe.
Do try this recipe here also as it tastes good, you would like it for sure 🙂
Mango – 1 no sliced (May use Mango pulp 1/4 cup – if off-season)
Sugar – 3 tbsp or more (adjust as per your preference), may use milkmaid instead.
Vanilla essence – few drops
Milk – 1 cup
Thick curd – 1 cup
Ice cubes – hand full
* Blend all the ingredients together until smooth (do not blend Ice cubes now)
*Add ice cubes to it and beat again for another a minute.
*Pour to a serving glass and enjoy !
Happy Mothers Day in advance 🙂
Found this Blog – www.gharanarestaurant.com , to be very interesting & informative.
Link here has the list of most popular soothing and yummy Indian Drinks.
Do give it a try 🙂