indian superstitions

5 Indian Superstitions

A superstition is something that is widely believed, but may not have a justifiable cause. There is no specific reason as to why some...

Basant Craft to do With the Kids

Basant is a time of celebration, festivals and a kite-filled sky in Northern India and Pakistan. If you're missing the festivities of Basant from...

Talking to Your Kids About Vaisakhi

This weekend, Sikh's around the world will celebrate Vaisakhi. Vaisakhi is a dual celebration for Punjabi Sikhs. It celebrates the harvest for farmers, and...

Tips for Travelling With Your In-Laws

Have you ever had to go on a vacation with your in-laws? Depending on the kind of relationship you have, it can be challenging. Travelling...
lohri popcorn with gur

Lohri Popcorn Made with Gur & Til

Popcorn is a fixture at Lohri celebrations along with rewri, gachak, and til (sesame seeds), so I decided to give it a 'desi caramel...

Diwali Gift Guide for Kids!

Diwali is undoubtedly India's biggest holiday of the year. It's like Christmas, New Years and Hanukkah rolled into one as Hindus, Sikhs and Jains...

National Siblings Day – April 10

Being born in a family is not a self-realized choice available to any one of us in this world. It is for sure the...

A Bonfire for Celebration and Cleansing

Fire, along with earth, wind, water and sky has long been considered one of the ancient elements. It holds an important place in history. Fire...
Navratri Recipe Roundup

Navratri Recipe Roundup

The festival of Navratri is approaching and we at The South Asian Buzz wanted to share some of our favorite festive foods. Navratri, translating...

Thandai Recipe – Holi Festival Drink

Thandai is synonymous with Holi. A milk based drink, spiced with a whole lot of nuts and flavourings, it is often served spiked with...