On the occasion of India’s 66th Independence Day, “Preeti’sKitchen Life” Salutes all the Nation and the immortal Freedom fighters and
National Hero’s for their devotion and sacrifices. Hope peace, love and unity
reigns in whole world….
event…. On a very special day for Indians i.e. Independence Day (15th August), we celebrate “Jashn
-E-Azadi”… I hope
all my lovely friends love this theme or event and be a part of it.
Day of India is celebrated on 15 August to
commemorate its independence from British
rule and its birth as a sovereign nation on 15 August 1947. India achieved independence following
a largely peaceful civil disobedience movement led by the Indian National Congress and other political parties. The
independence coincided with partition
of India wherein the British Indian
Empire was divided along religious line into two new nation—Dominion of India
(later Republic of India) and Dominion
of Pakistan; the partition was stricken with violent communal riot.
holiday in India. All over the country, flag-hoisting ceremonies are conducted
by institutions as well as private meetings. In
some cities, kite flying is a celebratory event associated with the
Todta hai deewaar nafrat ki,
Meri Khush naseebi mili zindagi is chaman mein
Bhula na sake koi iski khushbo saton janam
Happy Independence Day!
it’s really simple….
very special occasion “Azadi or
Independence Day”…… It’s could be any course of meal for the National Celebration, it should have an
Azadi’s theme, so it will be more interesting and colourful with an Indian
balloon, kites or use Indian flag colours (show colors like saffron, green,
white, blue) in food for this you can use food colour (natural color or
artificial color). You can prepare like tri-color (tiranga) rice, tri-color puri, tri-color dessert, tri-color salad or many more innovative dishes using
this theme… or
combo, north-east combo, north-south combo, east-west combo, some fusion
food connecting the culturally difference regions and fusing them into one on
this special day. For eg… Dhokla with Idli, Dosa with chole, jeera rice
with sambhar etc…. It should have an underlying theme of unity with no barriers
like language or culture.
- You must be follow my blog, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google plus.
- You may send as
many links or recipes. No archives please…. If you have more interesting recipes
then only re-posted and linked back to the announcement page….. Use linky tool
at the end of this page.
- Use of above logo is mandatory.
- Recipes should be
vegetarian and no alcohol please.
- Non blogger can
also send me an email with the details as below:
recipes with my Sharing tab.