Showing posts from July, 2015

Tips to be star blogger- WORDUP meet, Gurgaon

My blog server was down with flu I guess, which refrained me from writing my experience about the awesome bloggers meet, powered by Big Rock and dot me. The flu part is believable because it was pouring throughout the day on the day of the meet, and many bloggers could not make it to the event at Strikers Pub, Gurgaon.
Pertaining to scanty footfall and thin attendance, the event scheduled for 9am began at eleven. A nice breakfast and networking with new bloggers was the best way to begin a Saturday. Team Big Rock did a tremendous job of organizing a smooth event and bringing on stage a handful of people who shared useful insights on blogging and digital media.
Veteran advertising expert and Chief Creative Officer of SapientNitro India, Mr. K.V. Sridhar enlightened us with his industry experience and the dynamic changes of the advertising industry. His words of advice- Be innovative, be honest (do not copy) and engage readers. Gone are the days of conventional advertising which had ru…

Pudina Raita: Digestive Agent

Indian cuisine is known for the spices that add taste and aroma to food. Pudina or mint leaves is one of them. This herb is easily available at vegetable vendors and distinguishes itself from others with its refreshing aroma & small leaves.
Pudina is known to cure bad breath, cough, throat congestion, acne/pimples, respiratory disorders and digestion (Remember Pudin Hara?). High content of antioxidants and vitamins in Mint makes it popular in every cuisine, globally. Sharing a refreshing recipe of pudina, which is healthy and super easy. Ingredients- Bunch of mint leaves, coriander leaves (optional)Medium sized onion, tomatoBlack pepper, black salt, sugarPreparationtime- 5 minutes Method- Wash the bunch of mint leaves and cut off the roots. Separate the leaves and finely chop them.Finely chop a medium sized onion. Chop a medium tomato as well (optional)Beat curd in large bowl with water. Add one third teaspoon of black pepper and half teaspoon of black salt or rock salt for taste and…