My Yoga story on International Yoga Day

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I always thought Yoga is another fancy word in the world of fitness which made me quite skeptical if Yoga will be of any advantage to me but since it was being promoted on a regular basis, it increased my curiosity to atleast try one session of Yoga. I am glad I did that since I felt refreshed.

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Over the years, Yoga has helped my body in gaining flexibility, building strength, being stress-free, energetic and remain fit. Thereafter, I also tried Aerial Yoga which demanded greater control over body. It increases full-body flexibility and strength. The hammock itself allows you to go deeper into the stretches and poses, further enhancing full-body flexibility #AerialYoga. This might look easy but was very difficult.

Realizing all the benefits, I encouraged my Mom also to start practicing Yoga. This International Yoga Day, I would like every individual to attend Yoga sessions and practice the same.

#HappyInternationalYogaDay #InternationalYogaDay #InternalHealing #Immunity #Yoga #ImmunityBuilding #SelfCare #SelfLove

Delicious Indian food from Pitaara Kitchen, South Delhi

Ordered some delicious Indian food from Pitaara Kitchen, delivery outlet located in South Delhi. Food was packed and labeled well. Staff ensured timely delivery.

Fake ‘Wasabi’ Paneer – Fresh cottage cheese chunks marinated in mock green-pea wasabi and cheese. These kebabs were super succulent. MUST TRY!!

Recheado Potato – Baby potatoes in a sweet and spicy masala with a hint of tamarind.

Calcutta Potato-Keema Chop – Pan fried potato cutlets stuffed with spicy keema. This dish is inspired from the Anglo-Indian community of Kolkata.

Govind Gatte – A dish made with gram flour and cooked in a yoghurt and onion curry. This was served with kurkuri bhindi and Bajra Phulka.

Chicken Tikka Masala – Boneless chicken breast stuffed with chicken keema and cooked in makhani curry. This went well with their Pudina Paratha.

Dogri Meat Curry – Meat on bone cooked with spices. This is a traditional meat curry from the Dogri community of Jammu. Mutton was cooked to perfection with spices and meat was falling off the bone. Had this with Malabar Paratha.

Salted Caramel Kheer – This is something unique I have ever had. Barnyard millet, cooked with milk and sugar. Topped with date palm jaggery-salted caramel. Simply loved it! MUST TRY!!

Their food quality and quantity is highly commendable! Everything is made fresh and was tasty.

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Korean food at Seoul Restaurant​ | Yummy BBQ Pork Belly, Seafood Soup & Kimchi

Had delicious Korean Food 🍱 at Seoul Restaurant 🇰🇷, Ansal Plaza in their private dining area. From Jjam BBong (Spicy Seafood Noodle Soup) 🍜, Mandu (Korean Style Chicken Dumplings) to Sam Gyeob Sal (BBQ Pork Belly) everything was sumptuous 🤤

#KoreanFood #BBQ #KoreanBBQ #ExploreWithTripti

4 years of Blog Anniversary

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Celebrating 4 years of my blog.

It’s tough to be consistent but sharing my Travel & Food experiences have always been my passion. Thanks Evolve India for surprising me with this beautiful delicious cake from Sangeetas Cooking Mantra. The cake looks stunning and Dark Chocolate Cake is my fav ♥️ #ExploreWithTripti

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A blog is a type of website where the content is often referred to as blog posts mainly with the purpose of sharing information or experiences. Therefore, posting pictures on instagram is not called blogging. Please do not call instagrammers as bloggers 🙏

#BlogAnniversary #ExploreWithTripti 🌎