Thanks a lot Vicki for organising today's event " grow your blog".It is a great way to meet fellow bloggers and readers sharing the same passion!
Hello and welcome to ManeThindi! My name is Shivin and I am from INDIA ."ManeThindi" meaning "Home Cooked food" in my native language and will showcase all authentic vegetarian recipes made in @ home.It will also showcase other veggie dishes and snacks from other parts of India as well!
I started blogging because of my passion towards cooking.And also one of the main things was to preserve our traditional recipes and to share to a larger audience that there exists wide choice of food even if one chose to be a vegetarian.Come join and enjoy the culinary journey of exploring home made vegetarian food(www.manethindi.blogspot.com)
Thanks for stopping by manethindi ,wishing all my blogger friends all the very best as we get-together to encourage each other !!Cheers!
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