Hello, I am up with another blog. So, basically this blog is for the ones who love DOSAS, specially the DOSAS Wwith lots and lots of CHEESE. So, as there is this new snacks corner you might be unaware of which offers CHEESE in so many varieties, I personally find it as a gateway to dosa heaven with its variety of absolutely yummy dosas!
What Is It?
Pure Milk Centre in Ghatkopar serves all things yummy and they are the most popular stop for dosas in the suburbs. They serve over 100 varieties of dosas and some super cheesy ones make up for one’s daily food affair. Home to some whackiest dosas for the last 40 years, Pure Milk is known for its maggi dosa, cheese burst dosas, chocolate dosa and even ice-cream dosa!
What To Eat?
We tried the cheese burst maggi dosa and it was an instant hit for us! The crispy dosa is layered withcreamy maggi and loaded with oodles of melting cheese. If heaven was food, it definitely would bethis dosa!
The place is really worth going . They have a variety of dosa and pastas. Their famed dishes are the cheeseburst dosa , 5 cheese pastas and they have a new edition to their cheeseburst dosa that is the Maggie cheese burst dosa . They are very crowded almost every day . It’s a small place but it’s worth every penny . One cheeseburst dosa is enough for two of them . And the best part they make their own cheese and the reason things taste so good . A dosa might cost you around 200-250 but it’s all worth it . They even have other items like pizza sabdwiches. This place is worth every penny . A must on a foodie’s list and paradise for cheese lovers.
If you love dosas, this is one place you must definitely visit.Coming to the food, the 'cheese burst dosa' & 'Maggie dosa' are amazing.The sight of these dosas served with generous amount of cheese will make you all the more hungry. They taste good and come in with good portions. Value for money!The place is small, so in peak hours you will have some waiting to do, but it's completely worth it. As I had to wait for 20mins, me and my friends tried their pani puri which too was good.All the dosa lovers out there, do try this place.
Address: 19/20, Vikrant, RB Mehta Marg, Tilak Road, Ghatkopar East, MumbaiContact: 022 25068803Timings: 7 AM to 11 PM
TRY IT OUT! I BET YOU MIGHT LOVE IT 🙂
They say, "Learn from our elders."
But dont you think it's the "elders" in our world who are taking each others lives, each others happiness, committing mistakes, seeking REVENGE?
And these little angels, they're the only humans left, who still wish good for the others. They themselves have lost their loved ones and been through a lot but nothing has stopped them from "Giving and expecting nothing in return but a blessing.."
It's us who are greedy and want to keep our things to ourselves.
But its these children who teach us what a great human being actually is!
I pray for the day when the children of Syria and Palestine wake up to the sound of birds and not bombs. 🙂
Teenagers need love and support from parents at a time when lots of other things in their lives are changing. You can keep your relationship with your teenage child strong through ordinary, everyday activities.
Perhaps one of the most challenging topics to discuss with anyone, particularly teens, is relationships. Relationships come in several sizes — personal, friendships, professional, sexual, spiritual and emotional. How teens handle these relationships can boost or damage oneself, sometimes over time or instantaneously.2. Respect of self and othersThis is a topic that parents should begin teaching their children from a very young age.
2. Respect of self and others
This is a topic that parents should begin teaching their children from a very young age. Part of respecting oneself and others also hinges on understanding that you are the puppeteer of your own life. Letting people take advantage of you will not help you grow and progress. Part of any parental conversation has to hinge on helping teens understand who they are and why and that differences in others are mere differences. Seeing people for who they are and not being judgmental about them can enhance respect for self and for others.
Very few things are more important than helping your teens understand that learning, not just education, is important. As young people enter their teens, the questions emerge from all sides: What are you going to do when you grow up? Where are you going to college? What will you be studying? And a host of others. During the teen years is the time to explore options. Many junior and high schools are connecting with local community colleges and universities to develop “pathways,” a year-by-year plan to help young people become better prepared for when they enter college.
4. Financial habits
The world is in need of definite financial literacy. Parents can truly help their teens by instilling in them good financial literacy skills and habits. Talking to teens early about good financial habits will save them a ton of headaches later in their lives. In fact, it’s never too early to begin talking financial management with your children. Start with a savings account when they are young and suggest that they save at least 50 percent or more of any earnings or money gifts they receive. Part of financial literacy is teaching teens the value of money. When they hit the teen years (maybe even before) take them to the bank and have your banker talk about accounts — savings, checking, etc. Putting young people on budgets is a good thing. Many youth begin early, earning or receiving some type of money, and they need direction. By teaching teens about the challenges with credit and the value of paying for things with cash and making payment on time will only strengthen their financial management.
While the judge’s counsel is 55 years old, it is still judicious and wise counsel for parents to teach their teens. Often, it is necessary to be firm and bold but not overbearing. Both parents’ and children’s lives would be so much easier if they decide early in a child’s life the most appropriate teachings and standards for their children and then stick with them. Granted, they can seek help from family, friends, teachers, clergy, etc. But, in the end, parents have the ultimate responsibility of teaching their children.
Do you know which are the best movies of all time? Here are top 10 most loved movies which leaves you with a magical experience. If you haven't seen these amazing movies yet, then probably its time for you to take up your laptops and start screening them up!
SCHINDLER'S LIST (HISTORY, DRAMA)
Based on the novel Schindler’s Ark by Thomas Keneally, Steven Spielberg’s Schindler's list not only won seven Academy Awards but also went down as one of the greatest films of the century. In it, Spielberg chronicles the life of Oskar Schindler, a businessman living in World War II Germany who saved the lives of thousands of Jews by offering them employment.
THE GODFATHER (DRAMA)
Winning six Academy Awards, THE GODFATHER has been selected for preservation in the U.S. National Film Registry and is widely considered one of the few examples in cinematic history where the sequel was on par with the original.
WORLDS FASTEST INDIAN (ADVENTURE)
New Zealander Burt Munro is a motorcycle enthusiast who spends years rebuilding and perfecting a 1920 Indian motorcycle. Eventually, he puts everything on the line and sets a land speed world record.
THE BOY IN STRIPED PAJAMAS ( WAR, DRAMA)
During World War II, 8-year-old Bruno (and his family leave Berlin to take up residence near the concentration camp where his father has just become commandant. Unhappy and lonely, he wanders out behind his house one day and finds Shmuel a Jewish boy of his age. Though the barbed-wire fence of the camp separates them, the boys begin a forbidden friendship, oblivious to the real nature of their surroundings.
LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL ( DRAMA, WAR, ROMANCE)
A Jewish father and his family are surrounded by Nazi death camps. Living in a hostile environment, he uses humor to shield his young son from the grim realities of war.
SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION ( DRAMA, THRILLER)
Andy Dufresne, a successful banker, is arrested for the murders of his wife and her lover, and is sentenced to life imprisonment at the Shawshank prison. He becomes the most unconventional prisoner
THE BUCKET LIST ( DRAMA)
Two terminally ill men decide to explore life and make a bucket list comprising all the things they haven't tried before.
GONE GIRL ( DRAMA, MYSTERY)
Nick Dunne discovers that the entire media focus has shifted on him when his wife Amy Dunne disappears on the day of their fifth wedding anniversary.
HOPE YOU HAVE A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE WATCHING THEM! 🙂
With Diwali just a few weeks away , it's time for the biggest celebrations in the festive season. Parties will be on in full swing. Don't worry, we are here to fix your problem and give you a helping hand by suggesting you some brilliant ideas which will make your house ready for Diwali!
1. Make your entrance more welcoming than ever.
A delightful way to do this is to place an urli filled with water at your entrance and float some fresh flowers and diyas in it. If you are using white flowers drop some kumkum and haldi in it to add a dash of contrasting colour. Place traditional lamps (brass or terracotta look lovely) to be lit up during the evenings to create the most welcoming entrance for good energy to glide in.
2. Polish and Shine.
Create imaginative tablescapes on your coffee-tables and sideboards. It's a great time to make all the glassware shine and sparkle with a nice bit of cleaning and polishing. You can glam up glassware with beaded necklaces and baubles that you stopped using. Place them around and let the light shine through and reflect the glitter.
3. Brighten up your walls.
Painting the house makes it clean and fresh. There are a lot of inexpensive painting options available in the market, which are of good quality. “Home owners can also opt for wall coverings such as wallpapers, to add colour to one’s house.
4. Decorate your house with flowers.
Fresh flowers uplift one’s mood and add a feeling of positivity to the home. Mogras, roses, carnations, chrysanthemums, orchids and other exotic flowers, can be used to give an eye-catching makeover to the home.
5. Mouth watering sweets along with delicious home-made delicacies.
The best part about Diwali is the grand party hosted at home where most people invite their extended family, friends and close relatives for the big feast. This feast consists of an elaborate spread of home coo ked delicacies such as Karanji, Puran Poli, Ladoo, Shankar PalaKheer, Kajoo Barfi, Suji Halwa. Sweeten the occasion with these rich Indian sweets.
Lastly, instead of bursting crackers, buy some food or clothes from that money and spread happiness by distributing them to the lesser privileged people around you. 🙂