Swapna Nair

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 Entrepreneur by profession. Mother of two boys aged 12 and 10 yrs. Live in South Bangalore

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There are estimated to be 72 million deaf people around the world. There are also about 300 different sign languages—including American Sign Language and International Sign Language—as well as 41 countries that recognize them as an official language.

Every year on January 04, World Braille Day is observed to raise the importance of Braille, which serves as a communication medium for blind and partially sighted people. This day is marked as the birth anniversary of Louis Braille, who was the inventor of Braille, born on January 04, 1809, in France.

To all of you who still has a child within. Celebrate and spread joy always. 

To each one of you on Parentmuse :))

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Besan ke Laddu is a popular Indian sweet made from gram flour, powdered sugar and clarified butter (ghee). These are  round sweet balls made by roasting gram flour and ghee together, and then adding sugar to make a thick pasty dough – that is then formed into delicious, melt-in-your-mouth balls.

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Raw Banana Nuggets is a delicious and easy snack recipe made with green bananas. Raw banana is used to make interesting and mouth-watering dishes. For making this crunchy Indian snack recipe I have given the nugget recipe a cheesy twist.

Very Good morning to all 

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Mawa modak recipe is an easy way to prepare mouth-watering modaks instantly. You can prepare it and store it in refrigerator for a week or so.

You can prepare this most relish sweet and present it to your friends and relatives during festive days or on any occasion. They will love it for sure! The process of making mawa modak is very simple that you can prepare it on festivals when you are busy with other preparations. So, definitely try out making mawa modaks with these easy to follow step-by-step instructions. Enjoy!

Gowri Habba is a Hindu festival celebrated a day before Ganesh Chaturthi in Karnataka. This festival celebrates the goddess Gowri or Gauri, (also known as Parvati) who is venerated as the mother of Ganesha. It is usually observed by married women and is a significant festival in Karnataka.

It is a significant festival in parts of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh & Tamil Nadu. Goddess Gowri, wife of Lord Shiva, the mother of Lord Ganesha and Lord Subramanya is worshipped throughout India for her ability to bestow upon her devotee’s power, courage, valour. She is the most powerful of all the Goddess and is the very incarnation of Aadhi Shakthi Mahamaya

Onam is the official state festival of Kerala. It is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm all over the state by Malayalees regardless of religion, caste or creed. According to a popular legend, the festival is celebrated to welcome King Mahabali, whose spirit is said to visit Kerala at the time of Onam.

Onam festival is celebrated to honour the kind-hearted and much-beloved demon King Mahabali, who is believed to return to Kerala during this festival. According to Vaishnava mythology, King Mahabali defeated the Gods and began ruling over all three worlds. King Mahabali was a demon king who belonged to the Asura tribe

Onam starts off every year with a parade called Athachamayam. The festival of Onam is celebrated in Kerala, in south India, and Malayalam speaking people all over the world celebrate it. The celebration comes after the middle of August and before the middle of September.

During the ten-day festivities, devotees bathe, offer prayers, wear traditional clothes -- women of the household wear a white and gold saree called the Kasavu saree - participate in dance performances, draw flower rangolis called pookkalam and cook traditional feasts called sadya.

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Crunchy exterior and soft cheesy interior. These simple and easy cheese Balls can be made in a jiffy with ingredients  available  at home. Get your kids involved too in shaping these cheese Balls. They will love the end result of their labor. 

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