Jammu loves spicy, tangy and soury taste a lot, specially the Khatta(sour). As They say “a picture is worth a thousand words,” so in this section we would love to celebrate the power of images by showcasing the specialities of Jammu.
Karva Chauth is one of the most awaited festivals of North India, which is celebrated by the married women. The word ‘Karva’ means diya (small earthen lamp) and ‘chauth’ means fourth since it falls on the 4th day after the full moon in the kartik month. Karva Chauth is a fast undertaken by married women who offer prayers seeking the welfare, prosperity, well-being, and longevity of their husba...[Read More]
Dogras, known for fighting to the last man standing in the battle front, also relish their food to the last bite. Fond of eating plateful of freshly cooked delicacies along with seasonal pickles, mainly of fresh vegetables, the Dogras have created a space for their traditional cuisine,cooked in desi ghee, and rich in aroma, taste and nutritional value.
The wafting aroma of delicacies is so innate to any festive ambience as the candlelight dinner amid soft music being one of the picture-perfect imageries to the feeling of romance. Like elsewhere in the world, the festival time is the perfect time to rejoice, to reinvigorate the pooped spirits by drenching them in celebrations with the family and friends over an exotic blend of traditional mout...[Read More]