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Food in India changes every 100 miles! Discuss Indian cuisine, the range varies from curry vegetable, sambar, masala dosa in the south to mutton rogan josh, tandoori chicken, chicken biryani and the delicious combination of tandoori roti and butter chicken of the north. Learn what is chutney, discuss the numerous methods of cooking Indian dishes & share classic recipes for Indian 'curries'
Mithai - Indian sweets are defined by the classic burfi (kaju burfi, coconut burfi & badam burfis), gulab jamoon and the rasgulla to name a few. Learn more about the cooking methods, request or publish recipes and understand what it takes to master the Indian sweets.
mitti attar is petrichor which u can get in very few selected perfume shops in either Lucknow or Hyderabad. Mitta attar is different, its concentrated edible perfume used mainly in biryani or desserts. Mitta attar is now substituted by excessive use of rose and kewra water.
Inviting one and all to be a part of the Daan Utsav film recipe contest. A unique opportunity to be a part of a noble cause and win exciting prizes!
DAAN UTSAV RECIPE CONTEST
Malnutrition is one of India's biggest challenges today. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford many of the healthy nutritional food that restaurants serve today. Come up with nutritional, but cost effective, recipes to address this issue.
Recipe needs to be submitted latest by September 30th, 2017.
Voting Window: 2nd Oct, 2017 - 31st Oct 2017.
50% weightage would be for the likes your recipe gets.
50% weightage would be for the judging panel's votes.
Maximum of 1 recipe submission for each individual.
Participant needs to promote their recipe to maximum people during the Daan Utsav week of Oct 2-8. Likes during the Daan Utsav week will get double points.
Students, Alumni or Faculty of any Indian college are allowed to participate in the same.
Prizes would be disbursed only post verification that the winner is actually associated with the mentioned college in the capacity of a student, alumni or faculty.
1st Prize: ₹ 50,000 2nd Prize: ₹ 30,000
3rd Prize: ₹ 20,000
Consolation Prizes (40 nos) worth ₹ 2500
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP CHALLENGE
Two parts to this interesting challenge:
1. All big initiatives start with a small idea. If you had 1 chance, what would be your best idea to bring about a social change? Submit a one pager detailing your idea. Remember, innovation and practicality are key here.
2. Idea is a big step but the implementation is key. Implement a prototype of your idea during Daan Utsav week of Oct 2-8. Showcase your activities during Daan Utsav week in a video format not exceeding 3 minutes.
Your idea needs to be submitted latest by 30th September, 2017.
Maximum duration of the video showcasing the prototype implementation has to be 3 minutes, and the video needs to be submitted by 10th Oct, 2017.
Voting Window: 15th Oct, 2017 - 15 Nov, 2017.
25% weightage would be for the likes your idea gets.
25% weightage would be for the likes your video gets.
25% weightage would be for the judging panel votes for your idea.
25% weightage would be for the judging panel votes for your video.
Maximum of 1 video submission for each team.
5 students need to be a part of each team.
Only students of Indian colleges are allowed to participate in the same.
One faculty needs to be a part of every team. One faculty can be a part of different student teams.
Prizes would be disbursed only post verification that all members of the winning team are actually current students of the mentioned college.
1st Prize: ₹ 2,00,000 2nd Prize: ₹ 1,00,000
3rd Prize: ₹ 50,000
Consolation Prizes (10 nos) worth ₹ 15,000