Saturday, December 3, 2022

Category: Wellness

post-Our Cells Need Joyful ThoughtsOur Cells Need Joyful Thoughts

Let us not be defeated by the thought of the havoc yet another mutation of the Corona virus can wreak upon us. Apart from exercising extreme caution, let us keep ourselves full of joyful thoughts to allow our cells to...

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post-Firm Steps to a Healthy New YouFirm Steps to a Healthy New You

REENA SINGH takes the help of the Bhagavad Gita to explain the importance of eating, behaving and acting right – and its impact on your health Blame it on greed, that astoundingly low emotion that the Vedas and several spiritual...

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post-Stay Healthy: Eat from Sunrise to SunsetStay Healthy: Eat from Sunrise to Sunset

 MOHANJI outlines the principles of obtaining the right prana from the right kinds of food There are three types of food that we consume: one is food for the body, second is food for the mind, and the third is...

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post-Your Morning Cup of TeaYour Morning Cup of Tea

For those who can’t kickstart their day without their morning cup, tea is the elixir of life. Had in the recommended quantity, its benefits run into reams of pages. REENA SINGH lists some of them here The 1st cup caresses...

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post-Beauty and Bounty on a Rural FarmBeauty and Bounty on a Rural Farm

The author has chosen to withdraw her content because of personal reasons

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post-The Joy of Living Among FlowersThe Joy of Living Among Flowers

“I learnt the finer points about gardening from my father-in-law,” says ANITA SHALEEN who follows a seasonal routine of pruning and manuring for the plants and trees growing in their farmhouse in salubrious Dehradun It was only after getting married...

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post-A Garden by the GangesA Garden by the Ganges

MANJRI SHARMA has been an avid gardener since her teen years. She has been growing greens, exotic flowers and trees in her home’s lush garden in Rishikesh Hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture...

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post-Bring Ragi Back to the Dining TableBring Ragi Back to the Dining Table

Finger Millet, more commonly known as Ragi is a popular cooling cereal that the people of South India and many African countries eat. Till 1950, whole grains such as ragi, brown rice and barley were staples in India and were...

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post-Have Your Own Blooming Terrace GardenHave Your Own Blooming Terrace Garden

Gardening enthusiast REENA SINGH shares her excitement at harvesting her first 1.5 foot long lauki off her terrace After three years of experimenting with tomatoes, spinach, mint and basil, we finally tasted a different kind of big success on our...

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