ROYAL ENFIELD BULLET MACHISMO 350
Royal Enfield Bullet is a collectors item. Mostly appreciated for the thumping engine noise
announcing its arrival from a mile away.
Bullets are classic crusier machine and has kept place with advances in engineering and er-
gonomics without diluting its impeccable pedigree.
Enfields are made to last a lifetime. Almost every single part of the Bullet can be replaced
or modified, hence, generating an enormous enfield fan club. It is also known as the Desi
Even after so many years Enfield Bullet stands a class part from most of the commonly
available bikes here in India. It imparts an entirely different personality to the rider.
It is a keyboard instrument in which the sound is produced by supplying air by hand-
operated bellows. The harmonium was invented in Paris in the 1840s by Alexandre Debain
In indi playing harmonium in india is usually a way to earn a buck. It is portable, reliable and
easy to learn. Harmonium
A popular usage is by followers of various Hindu and Sikh faiths, who use it in the devotional
singing of prayers, called bhajan or kirtan. There will be at least one harmonium in any
mandir (Hindu temple) or gurdwara (Sikh temple) around the world. The harmonium is also
commonly accompanied by the tabla as well as a dholak.
IMARATEE AND JALEBI
It is made by deep-frying batter, then soaked in syrup. It is served warm or cold(warm
tastes better). It has a somewhat chewy texture with a crystallized sugary exterior coat-
ing. The sugars get partly fermented which adds flavor to the dish.
In India it is served as the Celebration Sweet. It is also used as a remedy for headaches in
some parts of Pakistan where it is placed in boiling milk and left to stand before eating.
Some references to the sweet was found in a 13th century cookbook by Muhammad bin
Hasan al-Baghdadi. In Iran, where it is known as Zlebia, the sweet was traditionally given
to the poor during Ramadan. It is very likely that it came into the Indian sub-continent
during he muslim rule.
Kolhapuri chappals are exquisitely handcrafted footwear. In Kolhapur, these chap-
pals are called “Pie-taan”. They are mostly made in Kolhapur, Maharashtra. They are
available in various sizes, patterns and colors.
Kolhapuri chappals are made from processed leather. Hides of buffalo, goat and cow
are processed and grazed. Grazing of leather makes the leather hard enough for
daily wear and tear use. Using specific templates, the basic chappal design is then
cut out. Depending upon the final product, the cut outs are kept in natural color or
dyed as per specifications. The sole and the upper body of the chappals are joined
together by stitches which are done with a leather cord. Other embellishments and
adornments then follow in making a fancy pair of Kolhapuri chappals.
Champak is a classical magazine for kids published by the Delhi Press Group since
1968 in India. Available in hindi,english and other indian languages, champak was
the most popular indian comics.
The magazine was aimed at exposing a small child to information and education
through entertaining and interesting stories. The signature style of Champak is its
stories based on animal.
Champak is published twice a month and is a colorfull magazine which attracts many
of the children who love to read the stories.
Champak is split into three sections:
Stories,Picture Stories(Morals are expressed using comics.) and your
section(Contains short stories, jokes, real-life experiences and many more interest-