Culinary or Food tourism is the exploration of food as the purpose of tourism. The purpose of travel can be different for all, depending on that person’s personal choices. While most of us travel to experience the beaches, the mountains, the treks, the culture etc. , some prefer to travel simply for the gastronomic experience.… Continue reading Assamese Food to promote Assam Tourism
10 Commonly Available Immunity booster Herbs and Plants
Immunity is the keyword at this time when the entire world is battling against Covid-19. Over the past one year the thing which we have highly realized is the need to maintain a healthy diet inorder to boost our immunity. Ayurveda or traditional medicine uses herbs and plants which have great medicinal properties, and more… Continue reading 10 Commonly Available Immunity booster Herbs and Plants
Summer Drinks and Food in Assam
Summer is already here and it’s that time of the year when we feel lethargic, dehydrated, dull and everything but fresh. The scorching heat drains out our energy. As such a heavy or spicy meal is something we should all avoid during summer. Our meal should be balanced and loaded with citrus which includes juices,… Continue reading Summer Drinks and Food in Assam
The Unique Blends of Assam Tea
Eti kunhi duti paat Rattanpur bagichat Lohpohia haatere Kune nu singile O kune nu singile Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Assam’s bard and music maestro Dr. Bhupen Hazarika was a poet of Nature, of the people and a revolutionary poet at the same time. His compositions reflect the true soul of Assam in all its glory. In… Continue reading The Unique Blends of Assam Tea
7 Types of Pithas and Ladoos to Celebrate Magh Bihu
Magh Bihu is one of the most anticipated festivals in Assam celebrated in the month of January. This is a harvest festival marking a lot of feasting and festivities. Magh Bihu is therefore also called the Bhogali Bihu literally meaning “to enjoy”. Magh Bihu festivities in Assam normally lasts for at least a week marked… Continue reading 7 Types of Pithas and Ladoos to Celebrate Magh Bihu
Best Authentic Assamese Recipes with Banana Tree
Assamese cuisine is gradually making a mark in the world culinary scene. It is becoming one of the many reasons Assam is attracting tourists worldwide. Assam has great scope in culinary tourism as it is home to many ethnic groups. Each of these ethnic groups has a variety of unique and authentic delicacies to offer.… Continue reading Best Authentic Assamese Recipes with Banana Tree
Visit these Restaurants in Guwahati for Ethnic Assamese food: My personal favorites!
Assamese cuisine is a burst of different rich flavors which is light on your palate at the same time. For many of you gahori manxho, xhar, aloo pitika might be synonymous to ethnic Assamese cuisine. But the variety which Assamese cuisine offers is unimaginable unless you see and savour it yourself. From locally grown herbs… Continue reading Visit these Restaurants in Guwahati for Ethnic Assamese food: My personal favorites!
10 Indigenous medicinal plants of Assam for good Health and Immunity
Assam situated on the northeast of India is a state rich in flora and fauna. There are a different varieties of vegetables and herbs found in abundance here mainly because of the climatic conditions. These proves effective in the treatment of different diseases and ailments according to research. In fact natives here consume these not… Continue reading 10 Indigenous medicinal plants of Assam for good Health and Immunity
Top 10 Most Popular Ethnic Assamese Dish
Assam is an ethnically diverse state, multi-cultural and multi-lingual due to which the food culture here is also diverse. Learn more about top 10 mouthwatering assamese delicacies.
The Na-Khua tradition – Thanksgiving in Assamese culture
O mur dharitri ai, soronote diba thai Khetiokor nistar nai, mati bin oxohai Doya kora doyaxila ai …….. …….. Mati ke xaboti dhori Mati ke sarothi kori Matir bukut sunit dhalu Jironi pahori Dhoritri ai mur Amak tumi neriba Tumar seneh bine ai Ami nirupai Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Assam is mainly an agriculture based economy… Continue reading The Na-Khua tradition – Thanksgiving in Assamese culture