Recent news from 24dunia
   

Search results for  

bengali fish names 

 ( 1-10 )
Sort by: Relevance |   Date
 

Ilish... a love story

Having grown up in a Bengali neighborhood, I have always found fascinating Bengal's love for Chhana mishti, its fish, and the inbuilt importance of fish and food in Bengali rituals from pujas to marriages.It's said that Bengal has more fresh water fish than weeks in a year, and many customs and rituals revolve around these fish, like dressing up a pair of Rui carp in beautiful detail, like a bride...
Source : DNA |
Category : National

Actor-politicians face identity crisis

“What’s in a name?” Shakespeare wondered, but two Bengali filmstars contesting the Lok Sabha election in West Bengal have found to their dismay that voters are getting confused between their real names and screen names.Legendary actress Suchitra Sen’s daughter Moon Moon Sen’s real name is Srimati Dev Varma while reigning Bengali film superstar Dev’s real name is Dipak Adhikary. The real names of both...
Source : Asianage |
Category : National | City : Kolkata

Actor-turned-politicians Moon Moon Sen, Hema Malini facing identity crisis

"What's in a name?" Shakespeare wondered, but two Bengali filmstars contesting the Lok Sabha election in West Bengal have found to their dismay that voters are getting confused between their real names and screen names.Srimati Dev Varma while reigning Bengali film superstar Dev's real name is Dipak Adhikary. The real names of both will appear in the EVM along with party symbols.Local party leaders...
Source : DNA |
Category : Headlines

Threat to Mumbai's coastal security, say fishermen

random security check on fishing vessels by Coast Guards has found that several fishing vessels were operating under a single name and licence, a fishermen's organisation has said.MUMBAI: A random security check on fishing vessels by Coast Guards has found that several fishing vessels were operating under a single name and licence, a fishermen's organisation has said raising concerns over Mumbai's...
Source : The Economic Times |
Category : National

Hilsa drought due to El Nino?

Anomalous warm ocean currents in the Pacific - attributed to the El Nino phenomenon - could be one of the reasons why the famed hilsa fish - or ilish as it is known among Bengalis - might remain in short supply for the connoisseurs of the prized marine food.Come monsoon, and mounds of hilsa, the silvery tropical fish savoured in India and Bangladesh as the quintessential Bengali delicacy, can be spotted...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Sports

Top 5 Bengali Recipes from the Indian Rasoi

for good books, conversation and food. Their undying passion for the perfect fish makes for excellent culinary delights and fond memories. If you’re a Bengali you know your spices and fish well; but if you want to make a meal like the pro bongs, then you'll have to learn a thing or two. On the occasion oftoday, we bring you five Bengali specialties that you can cook up in your kitchen and feel like...
Source : Idiva |
Category : Relationship

Hilsa drought due to El Nino?

Anomalous warm ocean currents in the Pacific - attributed to the El Nino phenomenon - could be one of the reasons why the famed hilsa fish - or ilish as it is known among Bengalis - might remain in short supply for the connoisseurs of the prized marine food.Come monsoon, and mounds of hilsa, the silvery tropical fish savoured in India and Bangladesh as the quintessential Bengali delicacy, can be spotted...
Source : Prokerala |
Category : National | City : National

Comfort food across different communities

From the Bengali macher jhol to the Sindhi mattho, each community has its own way to beat the heat. Shraddha Uchil looks at some culinary antidotes to cope with the blistering Indian summerWith fish being an inseparable part of Bengali cuisine, it is not surprising to find patla macher jhol on the list of dishes the community whips up during the hot summer months. A light curry with freshwater fish...
Source : DNA |
Category : National

Threat to Mumbai's coastal security, say fishermen

random security check on fishing vessels by Coast Guards has found that several fishing vessels were operating under a single name and licence, a fishermen's organisation has said raising concerns over Mumbai's coastal security.The random security check by Coast Guards had revealed that several fishing vessels were operating under a single name and licence, said the Akhil Maharashtra Machhimar Kriti...
Source : Rediff |
Category : National

The great Bengali divide

Oscillating from creamysweet to fiery red, here's separating the culinary style of the Bangals from the Ghotis.Bengalis are all about maach bhaat (fish curry and rice). That's a given. While that paints a broad picture of Bengali cuisine, foodies must have wondered why some dishes taste sugary, while others wreck fiery havoc on their taste buds. The answer lies in the two distinct groups of Bengalis...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : Life Style
Related search