swachata awareness day

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 by

Hand wash day

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 by

Swachata abhiyan

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 by

Ganesh Chaturthi

Friday, 14 September 2018 by

Vakratund Mahakay Suryakoti Samprabha Nirvighnam Kurume Devam Sarvakaryeshu Sarvada!!   May Lord Ganesha gives you – A rainbow for every storm, A smile for every tear, A promise for every care, And an answer to every prayer! Love Dale Central School wishes you all a very happy Ganesh Chaturthi! Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated joyously in

Krishna Janamashtami

Friday, 14 September 2018 by

Krishna janmashtami celebration at Love Dale Central School was colourful and captivating on 4 September 2018. The tiny tots of std. I and II were dressed up as Krishnas and Radhas. They mesmerised everyone with their melodious songs and natkhat dance performance. The best Attire of Radha and Krishna was announced by the Principal, Mrs.

Infernus 2018

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 by

Phantasia Interschool Fest

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 by

‘Phantasia’ Interschool Fest was organized by Love Dale Central School on 10 August 2018.Roots of India was the theme dipicting diversity of India. Mr. Amit Ghatge, Chairman of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Educational Trust graced the occasion and declared  Phantasia 2018 open. Distinguished schools of Belgaum participated overwelmingly. The Chief Guest of Velidictory Dr. Shreepati Pise

72nd Independence Day

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 by

72 Independence Day was celebrated in Love Dale Central School. Mr. Amit Ghatge, Chairman of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Educational Trust hoisted the national flag along with the Principal, Mrs. Laxmi Inchal. The students of std. VII mesmerised everyone with the melodious patriotic songs. They paid homage to the freedom fighters of our nation in their

The Common spices that we use in our kitchen are actually not common when health benefits associated with these are taken into account. Every spice has a very unique taste and completes the dish as only salt cannot do the magic to satisfy our taste buds. Even scientists are now curious to explore the Indian

History- 1] Early documentation suggests that hunters and gatherers wrapped meat in the leaves of bushes, accidentally  discovering that this  process enhanced the taste of meat. 2]Over years spices and herbs were used to make the taste of food. Spices were also used for medicinal purposes due to there antimicrobial properties. 3]In some historical documents

KOKUM [Gracinia indica] DESCRIPTION: Kokum is a slender evergreen small tree with drooping branches. It is a dioecious tree growing up to 18 meters high. The fruit is spherical, purple, not grooved having 5-8 seeds compressed in an acid pulp ORIGIN AND DISTRIBUTION: The tree is oriental in origin, found in Southern India [Karnataka] it

spices have been closely connected to magic, culture, tradition, preservation, medicine and embalming since yearly human history. Spices were a key component of Indians external trade with Mesopotamia, China, Samaria, Egypt and Arabia, along with perfumes and textiles has far back as 7000 years ago-much before the Greek and Roman civilization. Between 7th and 5th

We know that in olden days [medieval time] Western countries lacked in spices. In mid European countries such as Portugal, United Kingdom, France etc the spices were rarely grown and harvested and they were available in high prices which was not affordable by everybody. In medieval period India was famous for its spices most of

Article 31 – Cinnamon Buns

Saturday, 25 August 2018 by

Total: 1 hr 19 min Prep: 45 min Inactive: 4 min Cook: 30 min Yield: 10 servings Level: Intermediate Ingredients Dough: 1 cup water 3 cups bread flour 5 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into pieces and softened at room temperature 1/4 cup powdered milk 5 teaspoons sugar 1 ounce fresh yeast (or 2 1/4-ounce packets

Article 30 – History of spices

Saturday, 25 August 2018 by

Origin of spices History and origin of spices in India spices have been closely connected to magic , cultural traditions ,preservation ,medicine history. Spices were only component of Indias’ external trade with Mesopotamia, China, Egypt and Arabia along with perfumes and textiles –as far back as 7000 years ago much before the Greek and Roman