South India has always been famous to add a very distinct touch to Indian culture. Not just food, but the celebration of certain festivals is also different in here. In this blog, I bring you the various places you must visit for Dussehra celebration. They are different and they are amazing. Let’s begin!
The most awaited festival of the year is finally here. Though, India is famous to celebrate all the festivals with great joy, but Dussehra is the biggest of all. It marks the end of Navratri. Also known as Vijayadashami, it falls on the 10th day of Ashvin month as per the Hindu calendar. The entire nation celebrates Dussehra with immense joy and excitement.
Eleusine coracana, finger millet or Ragi as we call it, is a major cereal. Grown mostly in areas of Africa and Asia, this cereal offers many health benefits. Withstanding high altitude cultivation and surviving drought conditions are some of its interesting quality. Let’s explore the healthy world of Ragi.