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  • Known to have the most varied foods it is characterised by its subtle and sophisticated use of the many vegetables, grains, fruits, and spices that grow across the country.
  • Cloves, Ginger, Saffron, and Coriander.
  • fruits and vegetables have been the foundation of Indian diets. Over time, food in India has gradually moved towards vegetarianism due to the widespread and different religions in the region.
  • One of the main impacts on cuisine is that the main source of protein is lentils and beans as opposed to meat and fish. Cows are sacred to Hindus, milk and milk products such as vegan cottage cheese, curd, and sweets made of milk solid parts are considered auspicious and are part of the cuisine.
  • dates, nuts, rice, and grilling of meat into kebabs. Muslim rulers were famous for their lavish courts, great gourmets, and meal rituals and many dishes are now a part of today’s Indian heritage.
  • Petha is a soft candy from North India. It is made from ash gourd vegetable. Petha is known to be as old as the Taj Mahal. I
  • Bati is made from a dough of wheat dipped in ghee, it is a long-lasting food and was a great mean of survival during wars. It could be made with a few different ingredients. The invention evolved into a delight with two other items Churma and Dal.
  • Across the whole country, the traditional diet is extremely healthy, with vegetables and cereals forming the bulk of consumption. Fish and meat are eaten in very small quantities along with wheat and rice. Spices are generally used a lot of the time to ensure medicinal value such as turmeric.
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  • "Considering the Starks descended from a great builder, Bran the Builder, we were inspired by the idea that the pieces used in this space exude an artisan, handmade look
  • The key here, Wood explains, is to start with a dark base color and then add layers of material, like wood, leather, and fur. Also, get yourself a dire wolf to sleep in that cosy faux fur bed.
  • "The eclectic and boho elements come from her Dothraki days and represent her becoming the Mother of Dragons," Wood tells us. "The mixed metals and armor-like decor are an ode to the Unsullied who were freed by Daenerys and fight for her."Don't miss that egg-like ottoman, a nod to the queen's dragon children.
  • House Lannister is Mediterranean meets Colonial traditional," Wood says. "Elements of bone inlay, mixed woods, metals, and detailed carved woods combine to make the interior feel a touch rustic and industrial but also luxurious."
  • It's all about finding some antique-ish carved-wood pieces, and mixing and matching textile prints.
  • "Despite the fact that it is covered in florals, the space feels bold which reflects the cunning power of the Tyrells, and their memorable female leadership," Wood says.
  • mixing classic furniture and patterns with modern prints.
  • Plush carpets and a few blue and black accents make Modsy's version seem a bit more comfortable than he'd require, but Wood still calls the mostly white space "austere."
  • "Start with an all white base, and build out blue and black into the accent decor," she advises. "Stick to more rustic pieces, such as wood side tables and raw edge pieces."
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  • A big part of the rationale behind embracing inexpensive design is increased mobility and multiple moves — why buy investment furnishings and worry about moving them? Keeping investments to one or two good pieces streamlines the process and means that it's easier to let go of an item that might not fit in a new space.
  • This is a generation with a well-developed sense of taste, that follows fashion and style, but also wants good looks at good prices,
  • "I want items with character I can't find elsewhere. The square space of our homes isn't significant, but the designs are. We want a welcoming space that's a source of inspiration and comfort,"
  • millennials study what's available on design sites such as Pinterest, Houzz, Remodelista; friends' Instagrams; well-designed blogs; and store sites, such as Ikea, CB2 and Design Within Reach
  • It's all about the mix — new and old, expensive and cheap, DIY and purchased,
  • midcentury, Scandinavian and industrial looks rule, with pieces not needing an authentic pedigree — just the look.
  • The new grays that have gained wide appeal have become a standard base for the millennial palette, along with more whitewashed gray variations, other soft neutrals and cooler whites influenced by Scandinavian decor. Bolder pops of color on accent walls are a popular counterpoint, and colorful wallpapers are also making a comeback
  • DIY TV shows and YouTube videos offer big inspiration to paint, reconfigure and customize found pieces. This approach appeals for another reason: the social consciousness of going to tag and garage sales or vintage shops and repurposing objects.
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  • evidence suggests these tools and strategies work for some people in some settings, but not for others
  • Still, searching for a technique that works leaves many people frustrated,
  • There, she learned how to use many time-management tools to cope with her multiple commitments.
  • most people try another app or another technique. There are hundreds out there, from straightforward to-do lists to complicated services
  • After Calle missed an important dissertation deadline, she started to go to time-management classes
  • The problem with productivity
  • , she learned how to use many time-management tools to cope with her multiple commitments.
  • “The real problem is that they are overworked, [it’s] not a time-management problem.”
  • why many people get frustrated with time-management tools. Most of them “have been written with this unstated ideology that you have to outperform yourself
  • Indeed, Aracena created Effortless after becoming frustrated with the many apps he used for managing his work. “I began to quit tools one at a time”, he says.
  • Workep will soon launch an AI ‘coach' that will remind users of their unfinished tasks.
  • Aracena’s main advice is surprisingly low-tech: “start without an app and try to understand what is important to you”.
  • don’t be too hard on yourself. If the reasons above don't convince you, try this one: self-criticism is terrible for your productivity. Carter says it triggers a stress response, and the part of your brain that you need for time management will go offline.
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  • provide an intimate setting for friends
  • ‘indoor camping space’,
  • timber frame and frosted polycarbonate cladding are used for the structures
  • ‘the together hostel’
  • ‘we set up ‘tents’ in the camping space. a huge tent serves as the public space where people can have meals and beverage, read, chat, play, share or even hold their activities. smaller tents are for staying.’ – cao pu
  • an alternative to placing living arrangements in a series of closed off rooms, tent-like structures have been distributed around the space; stacked and overlapped to create single and double rooms equipped with sockets, lights and a bed.
  • natural light
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 tourist facilities 7233
  • Don’t let everything you have to do swirl around in your head. Jot them done
  • settling on “dirt removal” instead of “spotless” will definitely save you a ton of time and energy in the end. For example, as opposed to scrubbing your shower stall every week, wipe it down everytime you use it.
  • Group your cleaning, laundry, and errands on specific days
  • In fact, it takes longer to complete a task when we multitasks because our minds are shifting back-and-forth.
  • 29. Break your day into five-minute slots like Elon Musk.
  • Companies like Facebook and Asana have a rule where there are no meetings on Wednesdays. Other companies have this rule for other days of the week, but the idea is the same. As opposed to wasting  your time in a meeting, you can focus on important individual tasks
  • While there are a number of factors that influence the life expectancy of these animals, Evans notes that, "a tortoise breathes around four times every minute. An elephant breathes around eight times every minute
  • we breathe around 12 to 15 times every minute.”
  • you should start breathing more slowly.
  • It’s been found that we spend eight years and ten months of our lives watching TV - plus an additional eight months discussing plot holes and characters. Instead of watching so much television, spend that time on higher-leverage tasks.
  • aka your “magic hours.” This is typically 2.5 hours after you wake-up.
  • A time diary a simple way to find out how you spend your time
  • creating a schedule based around your energy you can create a routine that ensures your as productive as possible.
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  • He had to come to terms with his disability, tackle severe depression and overcome chronic pain and fatigue. Lane had previously had high-flying roles in publishing, but decided to change careers – and his passion for plants and the outdoors led him to study garden and landscape design, based at home.
  • Why gardening is great for body and mind
  • Neurons in the brain are sparked, whatever you’re doing garden-wise, whether choosing seeds, border planning or actively planting. Relax your mind by creating a seating area, preferably in the shade, listening to birdsong.
  • MORE FROM XPOSÉ URGENT warning issued to Irish pet owners following deaths of a number of dogs Gardaí release list of items BANNED at Papal mass Emmerdale actor mugged at KNIFEPOINT while on holidays MORE FROM LIFESTYLE Surfing is now the official sport of California - where to catch the best waves 21st Aug 18 | Lifestyle When you think of the state of California, you probably imagine a slower pace of life, palm trees swaying in the sun, and a mixture of movie stars and laid back surfer dudes wandering about. The US state is blessed with 1,100 miles of coastline and the perfect conditions for catching... Michelin star awards confirmed for October - here's how we'd grade restaurants if it was up to us 21st Aug 18 | Lifestyle It’s one of the most important moments in the restaurant industry calendar, and this year the latest batch of Michelin stars for Britain and Ireland will be announced on October 1.Being awarded a much-coveted star traditionally sees a restaurant immediately become booked up for... Does your menstrual cycle affect how and when you should exercise? 21st Aug 18 | Lifestyle Anyone who has a menstrual cycle will be well aware of how it can affect you over the course of a month. At some points you feel upbeat and energetic, but at others all you want to do is lie in bed and eat chocolate.Serious period pains can prevent you from working out, but other than... Upcycle your Economy experience: 7 tips for feeling comfortable on planes 21st Aug 18 | Lifestyle Plane journeys are uncomfortable at the best of times – even more so if you’re travelling during peak periods. Sadly, not all of us can afford to travel in Business Class, but there are ways to make an Economy journey much more comfortable. From your choice of outfit to the... Video: Is your child picking up GCSE results this week? Here's how the new grading system works 21st Aug 18 | Lifestyle This Thursday, teenagers across England, Wales and Northern Ireland will be picking up their GCSE results. If your child is one of them, it can be a stressful time for parents too – especially because this is the first year of the new grading system.In the biggest exam shake-up... 5 statement cocktails that celebrate cities around the UK 21st Aug 18 | Lifestyle New York has its signature serve with a Manhattan, Moscow has the Mule and the city-state of Singapore has the gin-based Sling, but what about the Brits?To celebrate our vibrant towns and rich regional tastes, Sainsbury’s has teamed up with the London Cocktail Club to create a... The A-Z of home renovation 21st Aug 18 | Lifestyle A new beginning: Starting a building project feels exciting. You’re creating a new section of your home, designed uniquely for you, which is pretty special.Builders: The people who are going to take on your work need thoroughly researching. They’ll all have... Want to grow your own chillies? Here's what you need to know 21st Aug 18 | Lifestyle With the beautiful summer we’ve had, any chillies you’ve been growing in sheltered, sunny spots against warm walls should have ripened beautifully, if you’ve kept them fed and watered.Nigel Parker, an expert grower who will be exhibiting his chillies at Holker Chilli... Should we all be activating our nuts? 21st Aug 18 | Lifestyle Veganism has skyrocketed in recent years, with more people than ever exploring the benefits of a plant-based diet.According to a recent survey by comparethemarket.com, 7% of the population now identifies as vegan, which means millions of people might rely heavily on nuts and grains as a... Ask a counsellor: 'How can I stop my anxiety from spiralling out of control?' 21st Aug 18 | Lifestyle The problem…“Please help, my life is being crippled by constant worry. I have been like this for as long as I can remember, but since I got married and had children it seems to be so much worse.“After the kids started school, I couldn’t get through a day without... googletag.cmd.push(function(){googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-1401196797090-mpu-1-desktop");}); MORE FROM XPOSÉ WARNING: Flying Tiger issue RECALL on popular kids toy over safety concerns Vogue Williams reveals first pic from wedding and her dress is STUNNING Amy Huberman issues URGENT warning to fans about scam linked to her Weather experts predict HEATWAVE set to explode AGAIN Featured Fashion Shell jewellery is trending - here's how to wear the seaside trend !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+'://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,'script','twitter-wjs'); Get Connected
  • Top tips for gardeners with disabilities
  • , Gardeners' World presenter and wheelchair-user Mark Lane, tells Hannah Stephenson how we can all reap the benefits.
  • From the first moment of thinking about what to do in the garden, whether it be passive (sitting and enjoying) or active (physically gardening), we are improving our brain health
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  • “If you can’t stand up, stand out!”
  • “Dressing her wheels is like putting on a new pair of boots.”
  • aims to transform the wheelchair from a medical device into a form of artistic self-expression.
  • “They reflect the relationship I have with my wheelchair.”
  • “The lighthearted approach has a twofold effect: It empowers a young wheelchair user to make a statement about themselves, and it makes a wheelchair a friendly-looking object rather than one that’s purely functional. Design can have a huge role in dispelling feelings of fear of the unknown, and Izzy Wheels opens up a natural opportunity for wheelchair users to talk about their experiences. It's loud, fun, and makes sure there's no elephant in the room.”
  • We went into special needs schools and helped people create their own designs for their wheels. You could design your own chair or a friend’s. At that point, seeing how happy it made the users, we just got really passionate about this business.
  • “Illustration’s role in a project is often to lighten a mood or add some quirks into an otherwise ordinary scene, and this project was a great space to explore that in. It was also interesting designing something in a circle that had to make sense no matter which way was up, so the design really had to be led by the form.”
  • Izzy Wheels designs are priced at about $135 apiece and attach with Velcro straps that make it easy for the user to attach and remove the wheel covers while sitting down.
  • The flat, round, plastic discs are durable, scratchproof, fade-resistant, and easy to manufacture and print—what Ailbhe calls a perfect canvas.
  • seeing their art on wheelchairs around the world.
  • we’re all about personalizing your body in a different way
  • Ailbhe says she splits her time between her design studio and the nearby print shop that manufactures the spoke guards.
  • Bespoked
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  • An intelligent mind has a strong aversion to accepting things on face value and therefore withholds belief until presented with ample evidence,
  • Frank Zhu says "people who can focus for long stretches at a time and tune out distractions" are highly intelligent
  • Interestingly, journalist Charles Duhigg argues that making these kinds of connections is a hallmark of creativity 
  • The paper describes two small studies that found people with higher scores on an IQ test were slower to recognize large background movements in an image
  • You contemplate the big questions
  • Psychologists say that open-minded people — those who seek out alternate viewpoints and weigh the evidence fairly
  • The time Steve Jobs was putting things off and noodling on possibilities was time well spent in letting more divergent ideas come to the table
  • You understand how much you don't know
  • Smart people can "almost feel what someone is thinking/feeling
  • "intelligent people let themselves become fascinated by things others take for granted."
  • intelligent individuals "wonder a lot about [the] universe and meaning of life." What's more, Kumar writes, "they always [ask] what's the point of everything?"
  • smart people are likely to procrastinate on quotidian tasks, mainly because they're working on things that are more important.
  • smart people are able to see patterns where others can't. That's because they can draw parallels between seemingly disparate ideas.
  •  Wharton psychologist Adam Grant suggests that procrastination is key to innovation, and that Steve Jobs used it strategically.
  • That existential confusion may be one reason why smart people are more likely to be anxious
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  • in a cemetery near sapporo, japan, tadao ando has surrounded a giant statue of buddha with a landscaped hill designed to draw attention to the 13.5 meter-tall sculpture.
  • y is located on the northern japanese island of hokkaido video courtesy of hokkaido fan magazine / (main image by shigeo ogawa, via vitra)     ‘the design intention was to create a vivid spatial sequence, beginning with the long approach through the tunnel in order to heighten anticipation of the statue, which is invisible from the outside,’ tadao ando explains in an essay for domus magazine. ‘when the hall is reached, visitors look up at the buddha, whose head is encircled by a halo of sky at the end of the tunnel.’ a large man-made hill surrounds the 13.5 meter-tall statue image courtesy of hokkaido fan magazine     ando categorizes the work as a piece of landscape architecture, with its appearance changing depending on the time of year. in spring and summer the site is filled with verdant greenery and vibrant lavender, while in winter months, the cemetery is draped in a blanket of snow. learn more about the project here, and visit the cemetery’s website for more details. a 40 meter-long tunnel leads to a light-filled rotunda image by hiroo namiki, via takino reien ‘visitors look up at the buddha, whose head is encircled by a halo of sky’ — ando image by shigeo ogawa, via vitra Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save philip stevens I designboom aug 02, 2017 2009 1204 71 481 have something to add? share your thoughts in our comments section below. name (required) e-mail (will not be published) (required) text comments policy LOG IN designboom's comment policy guidelines generally speaking, if we publish something, it's because we're genuinely interested in the subject. we hope you'll share this interest and if you know even more about it, please share! our goal in the discussion threads is to have good conversation and we prefer constructive opinions. we and our readers have fun with entertaining ones. designboom welcomes alerts about typos, incorrect names, and the like. the correction is at the discretion of the post editor and may not happen immediately. what if you disagree with what we or another commenter has to say? let's hear it! but please understand that offensive, inappropriate, or just plain annoying comments may be deleted or shortened. - 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  • the cemetery is located on the northern japanese island of hokkaido
  • ‘the design intention was to create a vivid spatial sequence, beginning with the long approach through the tunnel in order to heighten anticipation of the statue, which is invisible from the outside,’
  • categorizes the work as a piece of landscape architecture, with its appearance changing depending on the tim
  • of year
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  • "Products already on the market use things like worms and turning mechanisms, but I wanted to find something that was different," he continued. "I stumbled on bokashi in an online journal and thought its simplicity was perfect." The designer created a purposefully "clear and minimal" appearance for the bin, to emphasise the method's cleanliness and simplicity, and visually link it to modern Japanese design. Cullis Watson is currently investigating options for Taihi – which was awarded the 2017 New Designers Joseph Joseph Brilliantly Useful award – and completing a second version of the design. Dutch design duo Makkink & Bey have also created a unique method of waste reuse, designing a toilet that collects poo and wee and transforms it into compost. 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  • The designer created a purposefully "clear and minimal" appearance for the bin, to emphasise the method's cleanliness and simplicity, and visually link it to modern Japanese design.
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