Flowers, sumptuous feasts, snake boats and brocades lined with gold paint a picture familiar to every Malayalee. The grand festival of Onam. As the monsoon season comes to a close, it makes way for Chingam, the first month of the Malayalam calendar that falls between August and September. Onam is a ten-day-long celebration that begins with Atham and concludes with Thiruvonam.... Read More

Ganesha Chathurthi

The yearly arrival of Lord Ganesha from Kailash Parvat marks the beginning of the eponymous festival of Ganesha Chathurthi. This festival is charged with an air of optimism and hope owing to the deity’s stature as the remover of obstacles and the bringer of new beginnings. For many, this festival is an auspicious start to an important life event.... Read More


We meet again in a new month - October. We like to call it the gateway to the barrage of festivals that follow, starting with the nine-day autumnal festival of Navaratri.
Navaratri is celebrated in the lunar month of Ashvini, which falls in September and October..... Read More


The delicate fragrance of flowers, the aroma of homemade sweets and savoury dishes wafting from the kitchen, and the din of scrubbing and cleaning. The smell of fresh, new clothes, the rustling of gift wrappers, the illumination of diyas and fireworks and the chatter and laughter of excited family members..... Read More

Konkani Food Fest

The southern part of India is a treasure trove of lesser-known cuisines that have been preserved and passed on through generations with their authenticity and essence intact. Konkani cuisine is one such hidden gem..... Read More

Creative Experiences

At Podi & Poriyal, we're always looking at bringing you new, creative experiences that offer you the best of authentic, traditional cuisines from across India. Recipes that have been passed down through generations and even today, hold a place of pride in many a kitchen...... Read More

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