Anjali Tathavadkar

Anjali Tathavadkar

Trained to be a Cost Accountant; presently a home maker. I love writing on finance, healthcare, diet plans, travel for several blogs and websites. Nutrition and healthy diet are topics very close to my heart and revel in inventing delicious new healthy recipes at home.

Dr Prakash Baba Amte- Amazing Example of How Man & Wild Animals Can Live in Perfect Harmony

prakash baba amte

Have you ever wondered whether it is possible for a kid to play with a python around his neck or a grown up to feed a leopard and other animals of the wild? Yes, it is possible at ‘Animal Ark’, Hemalkasa, home to Dr Prakash Baba Amte and his family...

Nutritious Whole Wheat Flour Chocolate Cake- Microwave Way!

cake

Who in this world can resist the sinful delights of cakes? However, with today’s generation being very fitness conscious they have to curb their sweet cravings if they want to be in total control. Cakes include two big avoidable white foods that are supposed to do nothing for your health...

Tomato Chutney to Add Zing to Your Lunch or Dinner

Tomato chutney

Chutneys hold a place of special importance in Indian cuisine. Rightly so, how boring it would be to eat roti and subzi or rice and dal without some accompaniment to make the meal more interesting! There are varied forms of chutneys typical to each region of the country and each...

Badami- A Fascinating Site for the Heritage Traveler

The Temple

The journey As per the Hindu tradition, it is mandatory for a newly-wed couple to pay a visit to their ‘kula-devi’ or the family deity, at least once in their lifetime. For some, it becomes a sort of an annual ritual to make the visit as in our case where...

Tarakashi Jewelry – An Amazing Gift Option

People fondly bid goodbye to the passing year and usher in the new one with much gusto and enthusiasm. Why not surprise your loved one with a beautiful piece of Tarakashi Jewelry this year! I just happened to see a beautiful silver pendant set bought by my friend- a piece of...

Traditional – Masala Jowar Roti (Jwariche Thalipeeth)

Jowar roti

 Jowar has been a part of Indian diet since ancient times and its nutritional value is well-known. Being gluten-free, it is valued by all those who are allergic to gluten besides the regulars. Masala jowar roti or ‘Jwariche Thalipeeth’ as it is more popularly known is a spicy, tasty variation...

Sweet Steamed Jowar Circles (Jwariche Dive)

Jowar recipes

For those who have a sweet tooth, here is a recipe which not only fulfils the sweet cravings but is highly nutritious, too. ‘Jwariche Dive’ as it is called, this recipe combines the goodness of jaggery with high nutrition of jowar to provide a meal by itself. The steamed process...

Traditional – Plain Jowar roti Recipe

Jowar roti

Jowar (Sorghum) roti is a staple diet of interior Maharashtra and parts of Karnataka. In fact the combination of jowar roti, ‘jhunka’ (sort of curry made with besan flour) and raw onion forms the meals of many workers in Mumbai. This became very much popular in Maharashtra through the ‘jhunka...