Bangkok Papaya Salad

I always wanted to know how Papaya salad is made…but when I landed in Bangkok I wanted see it and get it out to the world to know…The girl who made this for me was an absolute sweetheart and explained every step with calmness (as I did have loads of questions) It was tasty and real time fun to see it and then to put it in the mouth directly for wonderful retreat…. You can request and get a super spicy one too…with or without seafood added is of your choice but you would surely be delighted and definitely pack some to eat it later in the Hotel too…
The one I had was at Pratunam market after shopping at the night market…and to see them put so much effort to make the best one which is simply right for you is relaxing for sure…

Verdict- A must have and easy on wallet with only 20-25 Bahts (that is why it shouldn’t be missed)

“Green Ganesha The best Ganesha”

                       So with Ganpati festival round the corner….what’s the plan guys…do make sure to talk and introduce people on creating a clean n green ganpati…no artificial chemicals and stuff that pollutes the place later God would never want that right…Talking about it is half the solution… So go ahead and do so…
                       We have this idol for the past 35 years and every Ganapati festival we get it down from the window frame where it sits proudly the whole year Do puja, sing hymns (Indian aarti’s) celebrate around him, decorate with flowers and anything simple yet elegant… the painting between the statue is made by me and adds all that we need with richness and love for the “Elephant God”

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                             On the last day of the festive season place it back with full respect and honor That is our idea of celebrating the festival it has been a practice which my mom dad would like to pass on to generations making it a family bonding for the same…
                              Which is why I would like you guys to adopt the best eco-friendly way of celebrating not only ganapati festival but also any other festival remember we do these things to keep our culture alive and not kill the environment around…So ahead and do leave a comment if you are green Ganesha story and how it makes a difference in everyones life…

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                          Above is the Ganapati Temple I visited in Bangkok, Thailand. It is so beautiful and the incense sticks ( 20 Bahts for 6-8) you get around the temple simply adds to the whole aura around…Spotted many local people there all praying with their hands folded and holding candles and incense sticks It is a must visit (specially for all the Indians going to Thailand) This temple sits opposite BIG C the shopping mall and in front of Istan  shopping mall, located in the heart of Pratunam which has awesome food and shopping pleasure wherever you see. However, don’t forget to get blessings of the Elephant God. 

Dreamy artwork that Glitters…

This was one of the best artwork I spotted on my visit to Thailand in one of the famous buddha temples Image 

 

Simply fascinating to see something so effortlessly done and outstandingly beautiful in itself Thailand can boost of many such artworks and  the eye for detail is too good Image

 

Do visit when you’re in Thailand next time As Bangkok, Thailand is more than just a shopping destination and relaxation centre of the world (according to me) Indulging in artworks like this even gives your mind peace and calms you down….it did inspire me to write a short story which I’m working on right now… It will be a deliteful plesaure as I finish the story…fingers crossed…Image

 

I simply love Thailand as it offers something new everytime I go there…n it will sure do the same to you…

Pattaya City, Thailand…

Pattaya City, Thailand…

This is from my visit to Thailand where I enjoyed the beach, sand, local food and all the fun water activities…This is a simple video as an experiment…many more to come…. It is something to shop there and something else to indulge into the adventures that the city offers…If you like it Pls do like it on my youtube page…. Cheers…