Some Days with the Artists…

Few days ago an art programme comprising of the adept and eminent personalities in the field of arts and paints from different countries like Spain, Greece,Hungary,Romania,Australia etc participated in our school to inculcate in the minds of our students about the necessity of arts and paints for the beautiful decoration of mind. The programme continued for seven days and the 5th day of this programme was especially allotted for our students. On this day our students staged their performances in different spheres of cultural programme like dance, song, recitation. our colleagues by their untiring endeavor for 10 days made the programme a grand success.


Some art works by the delegates cum artists






The cottages for them in the lap of Nature




Rehearsal Time








Finally the relaxation time..This artist from Romania showed her interest to learn Bollywood dance and tried to match her steps in the song “Maiya Yasoda yeh tera Kanhaiya”.

The artist is in ass colored dress.

The second one from the left is the writer of this blog. i mean its Me…:))

under the guidance of the senior teacher(first one from the right) we were matching the steps.




Spinach Cauliflower Do-Piyanza


Today I am going to share with you all a healthy and tasty recipe. Though the recipe is not at all mine it is my mother’s recipe. Though I am not a great spinach lover but I like this particular recipe a lot.

Spinach is rich with vitamins, magnesium, potassium and specially with iron which is essential for women. It helps to prevent cancer, asthma and helps to decrease blood pressure. It’s a great source for healthy skin and hair.



Cauliflower—one middle size

Spinach:– 250 gm (paste)

Tomato:– 75-100 gm

Onion:– 250 gm (paste)

Garlic:– 4-5 pieces (paste)

Ginger:–  10-15 gm (paste)

Chili:– 2-3 pieces

Kaaju:– Cashew

Kismis:- Raisin

Salt:– as per taste

Turmeric:– according to taste

Refine oil:– 50-75 gm

Garam Masala:— as per taste

Ghee:–1 tea spoon

Fried onion




At first cut the cauliflower in big size and boil it with a pinch of salt and turmeric.

Then drained out the water and heat the oil in a pan and fry the pieces of cauliflower in oil.


Then take out the cauliflower from the oil and keep aside.

Then add a pinch of sugar, pinch of chili powder and the paste of onion, ginger and garlic in the oil. Now stir the mixture until the oil from the mixture come out.



Then add the fried cauliflower and the pieces of tomato into the mixture.

Then again stir the mixture for a minute. When the color of the mixture will be golden brown add cashew, raisin and the spinach paste in to them. Stir it for a moment. Finally add some water and cover the pan and leave it for a moment.


After some time open the lid and add one tea spoon of ghee and garam masala.

At last sprinkle some fried onion into it and your recipe is ready. Serve it with steamed rice or roti.





Ingredients, Recipe and Preparation By R. Sarka

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