Bhoomi Ka brings to you a series of carefully handpicked, highly nutritious and traditional recipes
from the length and breadth of India. Put on your chef hat and get ready to cook some delicious meals with
some of the choicest organic ingredients.
Ragi Khandwi Recipe
Katai Jor Recipe
Futkal Saag Recipe
Katai Jor Recipe
Ever thought of growing your own food? Then, urban gardening is perfect for you! All you need is a terrace or a balcony – no need for huge spaces. You can grow a garden in various small areas like kitchen, terrace, balcony, rooftop, container, or even practise vertical farming. Out of its various apparent benefits, one seemingly magical effect of urban gardening is emotional well-being. It keeps you focussed and has a calming effect on the mind. The ability to create and control the environment in a garden is empowering to regular practitioners of urban gardening.
Urban gardening can effectively help with waste-management by turning household waste into usable manure. It can also help you get chemical-free, fresh vegetables regularly.
A school garden offers a wonderful, creative space in which children can learn about nature, and widen their knowledge about natural science. It also grants a refreshing atmosphere that helps in shaping children’s intellectual, emotional, and social capabilities. School gardens need not be grown in a big open space. In most urban schools where space is limited, gardens can be hosted on the roof, in small tubs, or hanging pots. Gardening not only helps in inculcating a sense of responsibility but it also helps students learn about recycling of waste materials through composting and vermicomposting. In a rural setup — within the ICDS centres and schools, there’s a good scope to grow a garden, thereby supplementing midday meals with vegetables. This can bring about a tremendous change in the nutritional intake of the children.
Several schools have approached Bhoomi Ka to implement school gardens in their premises so that children could learn about growing their own food and reap its benefits.