Sheila woke up at four in the morning and started cooking lunch for her family. She made a chicken curry as her son Roger liked the thigh of the chicken. She dismissed the thought of her daughter Moira who also enjoyed chicken curry as the girl would have to be satisfied with a chicken wing.
Two young entrepreneurs who grew up in an environment of painful childhoods and adolescence and broken family units, but achieved their true potential through sheer hard work, perseverance, and with the help of a few great people and real philanthropists who recognised their talents, didn’t turn them away, rather, mentored, guided and provided a helping hand financially to see their futures through…
We are all struggling to get on with our daily lives in the middle of a global Pandemic. The best precaution we can take in fighting this virus is, to boost our immunity system. Living in a country rich with Ayurvedic medicine, we have various promising options lying around us. Lanka Woman spoke to Dr. Tharka Darshani Kumari to know about immunity boosting methods in traditional medicine.Read More
Sheila woke up at four in the morning and started cooking lunch for her family. She made a chicken curry as her son Roger liked the thigh of the chicken. She dismissed the thought of her daughter Moira who also enjoyed chicken curry as the girl would have to be satisfied with a chicken wing.Read More
Looking for that perfect indulgence to satiate your sweet cravings? Well then, look no further! We’ve got the perfect recipe for homemade Salted Caramel – a sticky and addictive sauce to accompany any dessert you’re craving. This pairs well with a scoop of ice cream, a piping hot brownie right out of the oven or even a healthy alternative like sliced apple! The options are truly endless.Read More
One of the common non-communicable diseases that persist in the present day is Diabetes. This disease is related to human metabolism and affects blood sugar levels, causing high blood sugar in patients diagnosed as having Diabetes. Awareness is key to battling any disease. This is the reason why the 14th of November is marked as the International Day of Diabetes: so that people pay more attention to this chronic disease, identify it better, and bRead More
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Travelling is novel. People who love travelling enjoy visiting new places, meeting and interacting with diverse individuals of various nationalities, experiencing the flavors of unique dishes and having a wonderful time. Travelling, in one word, is freedom. It is one of the activities that gives you amazing experiences and lets you explore the beauty of our world.Read More