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Bagsu Waterfall Paradise
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Encircled by the enchanting beauty of Dharamshala, Bhagsu Fall is a feast for one's eyes. The serenity and peace bestowed at this place relaxes one’s mind. This famous tourist destination is perfect for picnicking with friends and family. The water lure me to take a dip in it but its cold temperature put me in second thoughts. This place is the best hotspot in Dharamshala for nature lovers.
 
Samyukta Kisan Morcha calls for Bharat bandh on September 27 from 6 am to 4 pm
Samyukta Kisan Morcha has called for a Bharat bandh on September 27 to protest against the three farm laws by Centre. The bandh timings will be from 6am to 4pm.



Amit Bhardwaj
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September 23, 2021
UPDATED: September 23, 2021 21:21 IST

A man in red turban in waving a yellow flag.



The Samyukta Kisan Morcha has issued a call for 'Bharat bandh' on September 27 (PTI photo).


Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) has called for a 'Bharat bandh' on September 27 to protest against the Centre's three farm laws. The Bandh will be effective from 6 am to 4 pm.

"This would include all government and private offices, all educational and other institutions, all shops, industries and commercial establishments, all public events and functions. Public and private transport shall also come to a halt during this period," said Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM).

The kisan body said, "All emergency establishments and essential services, including hospitals, medical stores, relief and rescue work and people attending to personal emergencies will be exempted."
The Kisan morcha claims Bharat bandh will be enforced in a voluntary and peaceful manner.
The farmers’ organisations have urged all farmers, students, unions of government, private institutions and trade, transport unions and chambers to support September 27 Bharat bandh.


Samyukta Kisan Morcha calls for Bharat bandh on September 27 from 6 am to 4 pm
 
Bharat Bandh On September 27: Kisan Morcha, Political Parties To Protest Against Farm Laws


Over a hundred organisations in India including national political parties and several trade unions are likely to join the Bharat Bandh, called by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) on September 27. The Bandh is mark of protest against the ‘Centre’s Farm Laws and other policies implemented in the country.’
According to All India Kisan Sabha president, Dr Ashok Dhawale, the decision for nationwide shutdown was taken at a state-level meeting of all the groups which was held in Mumbai on Monday (20th September).
More than 200 leaders of 100 organisations had participated in the meeting. The meeting called upon all organisations in the state and elsewhere to mobilise supporters and make all efforts to ensure the 'Bharat Bandh' a success.
In order to make the Bandh successful, Left parties, Congress, and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) got together at Andhra Pradesh's Communist Party India (CPI) office on Wednesday (September 22).
The Maha Vikas Aghadi has also lent support to the Bandh on September 27.
Meanwhile, seven political parties including Congress, CPI, and CPI-M launched a protest at Master Canteen square in Bhubaneswar (Odisha) against inflation and three farm laws.
The agitating parties have threatened to extend support to Bharat Bandh call if the issues were not addressed.
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Last updated: 24 September 2021, 07:31 PM IST

Bharat Bandh On September 27: Kisan Morcha, Political Parties To Protest Against Farm Laws
 
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Over a hundred organisations in India including national political parties and several trade unions are likely to join the Bharat Bandh, called by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) on September 27. The Bandh is mark of protest against the ‘Centre’s Farm Laws and other policies implemented in the country.’
 
Himachal Traditional Food || Siddu Recipe || Shahi Pakwan || Healthy Food || Delicious Food
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Siddu is a very Famous Traditional Dish in Himachal Pradesh. It's cooked differently in different regions of Himachal. I'm presenting before you a recipe from Upper Shimla region. Try this at your home and share your experience with me. This dish is made during Festive Seasons or some special occasions .Try it with Desi Ghee, but if you're not fond of Desi Ghee then you can also have it with sauce or Chutney as per your taste.
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Hey Guys, this video is regarding Siddu making, Siddu is a very Famous Traditional Dish in Himachal Pradesh. It's cooked differently in different regions of Himachal. We are presenting you a recipe from Upper Shimla region. Try this at your home and share your experience with me. This dish is made during Festive Seasons or some special occasions .Try it with Desi Ghee, but if you're not fond of Desi Ghee then you can also have it with sauce or Chutney as per your taste. Thanks to you all guys Follow us on Instagram:- https://www.instagram.com/viketans_pa... Email : [email protected] Love u all Vijayeta and Niketan ❤❤❤ #SidduRecipe #HimachaliDish #viketansparadise
 
Jalori Village Food Tour | 24 hours with a local Himachali Family
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In our remarkable journey across the captivating landscapes of Himachal Pradesh, we were fortunate enough to discover the beautiful village named Jalori situated in the Kullu district. Here we were visiting our gracious host Sanjay ji and his lovely family at their home stay, where we were spending the day. This place is famous for its lush green rugged terrain dotted with fruit orchards, especially apples and dense pine tree stretches.

After a long drive through the winding highway, we were now up for some thrill so we tried offroading. The drive through these less frequented uneven mountain trails was bumpy yet fun. Next was the turn to scramble up the green trails of the elevated landscape. Sanjay ji lead us through bushy pathways up to his apple orchards that surrounded his home, which doubles up as a lovely homestay for discerning travelers. We were glad to witness such a bounty of organically grown apples all around us. We were glad to discover how ecologically aware people like Sanjay are growing apples and other fruits sustainably without the use of harsh fertilizers and sprays. This is a laudable effort in times when the world is slowly waking up to the harmful effects of fertilizers.

On reaching our destination, we were warmly received by the genial family of Sanjay ji. We were excited to spend the day exploring the native food traditions with the family. We started this culinary ride overseeing the meal preparations at the kitchen. Some local delicacies were being prepared by Sanjay ji's mother and wife. The feast included Siddu, Indra, Sigdu, Vada, Rajma, Lingad ki Sabzi, labode ki chutney and steamed local rice named Nawari Nut.

Of these, we were truly impressed by the Siddu, the rajma which was just scrumptious and Indra or steamed horse gram pulse cake. Siddu is a staple delicacy of this region that is best relished with ghee.

Sanjay ji and rest of the family members eagerly introduced us to each and every dish and its components. Knowing about ingredients in a little more depth, enhanced the whole eating experience. We were contented and grateful for the delicious meal. We could clearly feel the distinct joy of eating naturally grown local produce. No wonder, the health benefits derived from these cogent food traditions intrinsic to the local communities makes them stay rooted to such wisdom.

After the food we went for a stroll across the property and landed up at a mudhouse or old structures built of natural stuffs like wood, mud etc. Such structure were common in this place though they were largely used by earlier generation. The interiors of these indigenous rooms stayed warm in winter and cool in summer.

In the evening we tried the Namkeen Chai prepared by Sanjay's mother. It's essentially a health giving beverages that is prepared by boiling pieces of bark of a local tree along with milk, carom seeds, butter and salt. There was no tea leaves in it.

The next morning we had a comforting breakfast of fresh Rotis with Atte ka Halwa. This humble yet surreal breakfast was no less than a magical outcome of the convergence of fresh and natural ingredients, masterly hands and keen awareness of traditional wisdom about food.

For the first time we had a Halwa that was tempered with carom seeds that was used to make it easily digestible.

It was time to bid adieu to the gracious family whose simplicity, enthusiasm, hospitality and warmth will always be etched in our memories. We bid them goodbye with the silent promise to be back again. Heartfelt gratitude to Sanjay for such wonderful hospitality.

Apple village homestay
Khani, Himachal Pradesh
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