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Mango – The National Fruit of India

Mango from India
Delicious Mango, Sprinkled with Salt and Chilli Powder

Namaste. Welcome to my website ~ Mahanandi. A showcase of my latest interest, that is recording the age-old recipes my family prepares at home in India.

Indian cuisine is one of the mother cuisines of the world and Indian cuisine is sustenance cooking at its best. In our day-to-day cooking, the local, humble ingredients are elevated through healthy, sophisticated cooking techniques to scrumptious dishes. The precious culinary traditions have been preserved and passed from generation to generation through word of mouth and daily hands-on-ingredients experience, without the need of fancy cooking schools, culinary degrees, cookbooks and recipe cards for so long. But the times are changing…

I am attempting this from my home in Ohio, US. I have come across a number of recipe sites, but I could not find any with pictures of ingredients or everyday meals. My hope is that Mahanandi with food photos will entertain and delight those who already knew the ingredients and recipes, also offers some level of interest and assistance to novice who loves and wants to try Indian cuisine.

Posted by Indira©Copyrighted in Fruits,Indian Ingredients,Mango (Saturday March 26, 2005 at 8:46 pm- permalink)
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  1. Mouth-watering mangoes and nice picture.

    Comment by Vind — March 27, 2005 @ 2:20 pm

  2. Hello Indira,

    Happy blog anniversary to you. Was this your first post? You have given so much to so many through this wonderful blog. Wish I could give back alteast a little bit of that to you as a gift on your blog’s anniversary. All the best to you. Thanks.

    Thank you Sapna. Yes, my very first post.
    Thanks again for your good words.

    Comment by Sapna — March 22, 2008 @ 11:27 am

  3. Conratulations Indira!
    All the best for the future ahead.I wish you get the best out of everything.Mahanandi is like a manual for many people like me.Thank you for bringing out this lovely website into our daily life and making this an inevitable routine read with lot of hardwork,patience and commitment.

    Comment by Madhavi — March 26, 2008 @ 7:32 pm

  4. I too wanted to read your first post Indira. I am so glad that u have psoted about my most favorite fruit with wonderful picture. Wishing you many more happy returns!

    Comment by Nirmala — March 27, 2008 @ 6:16 am

  5. Indira, I am glad you thought about it and started to blog about Indian recipes and Indian Cuisine. I love your blog and always make it a point to check it atleast once each day 🙂 Keep up the good work and hats off to you!

    Comment by Mona — June 16, 2008 @ 3:43 pm

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