Friday, March 20, 2015

Sree Manmadha Naama Samvatsaram



Divya's Cooking Journey Wishing you all a Very Happy Telugu New Year 2015.(UGADI)

Sharing you all to read this Click HERE.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Vegetable Salad


Ingredients :

  • Boiled Potato - 1 medium size
  • Boiled BeetRoot - 1 Small size Grated
  • Choped Tomato - 1 medium
  • Cucumber - 1
  • Carrot - 1 
  • Pepper Powder - to taste
  • Lemon Juice - 1/2 tsp
Procedure:

  • Chop the Tomatoes,cut the carrots ,cucumbers in to circles or your desired shapes.
  • Make boiled potato in to medium size pieces.
  • Now take a bowl add all the chopped vegetables and add the grated boiled beet root and pepper.
  • Sprinkle the Fresh Lemon Juice.Mix Well,and start your day with these to stay healthy.

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Manapadyam Video Contest For Kids ~ 2014





Hi Friends, My Son Neelesh Chevuri  7 years old participated in the "Manapadyam Video Contest For Kids ".

So,Encourage your kids to participate in Manapadyam - a fun poem recital video contest for ages 16 and under,& win great prizes.

Participate today or "VOTE " for your favourite entries here .

Thanks in Advance from me & my son for your Valuable Votes .

Divya's Cooking Journey will share more in the Next Year .

Monday, November 17, 2014

My Kids Performance.



Hi All, My Son Neelesh Chevuri 7years old from the Torrance  participated in singing song on the eve of Children's Day celebrations conducted by I.Y.A.N.A on November 15th ,2014.

Also My Son & daughter  Sai Samanvitha 3 years old participated in the "Sibling Fashion Show " wearing a Traditional Dress.

Sharing the  moments of their videos , Pictures & Wishing them both  always with Good Luck.



Neelesh Chevuri Singing Song
          Siblings Fashion Show 

Got Trophy.



Friday, November 14, 2014

Happy Children's Day




Children’s Day is celebrated in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, independent India’s first Prime Minister. The occasion is celebrated on 14th November every year with great splendor and grandeur. The day is celebrated to pay tribute to this legendary freedom fighter for his long struggle to achieve independence from the British. To add on, Nehru was extremely fond of young children. It is due to his love and passion that this day is marked as Children’s Day, thereby honoring childhood. This occasion is commemorated on a national level with celebrations in all schools.

Celebrating Children’s Day In School

A day marking childhood, Children’s Day celebrations focus on children and their enjoyment. Not only an eminent figure and national leader, Nehru loved children and spend quite a lot of time with them. Hence, Nehru was also known as Chacha Nehru out of respect and admiration. Schools and educational institutions all over India mark the occasion as a grand fiesta. Schools are not closed on this day. Moreover, children attend school not to study but to get involved in numerous activities and events awaiting them out there. 

Teachers organize different cultural programs and events for students. Children participate in various activities, such as singing, dancing, painting, drawing, quizzes, story telling, elocutions, fancy dress, debates, speeches, and so on. The winning students are rewarded generously. The competitions are not only organized by schools, but also by social and corporate institutions. The best part about Children’s Day in India is that students do not have wear their regular uniforms to school. Instead, they put on colorful and their best dresses. They are treated with sweets and luxurious delicacies as lunch. 

Excitement and enjoyment lies ahead for kids at school. Teachers disguise themselves as children and present dramas and dances for their beloved students. Picnics and tours are also planned for them. Recently, different electronic media, such as television and radio, have started airing special programs for children to honor Children’s Day. Numerous movies targeting the young generation are telecasted on television. Children’s Day is all about respecting and honoring children who are considered to be the future leaders of the nation.