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The History of Indian Vegetarianism By The Mughal Dynasty

To celebrate Vegetarian Week and our love of fresh food and vegetables we are writing about the history of vegetarianism in India.

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History of the Mango in Indian Cuisine

The Mughal Dynasty writes about the mango and how it is one of many important ingredients in Indian cooking.

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Get sustainably stylish for less with Re:loved by Havens Hospices

A local charity is offering a 20% discount on purchases from its brand new Leigh Road boutique to celebrate its ‘Official Launch’ weekend in March.

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The Mughal Dynasty blogs on Indian Wedding Food.

Traditional Indian wedding food to get you in the mood this Valentine's Day.

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Nina Jervis Reviews Cinderella at the Cliffs Pavilion

“You never forget your first pantomime experience”, said Brian Conley at the end of Cinderella, before telling the audience that his own had featured Arthur Askey (cue quizzical looks from everybody but the grandparents).

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Anna Firth New Conservative Candidate for Southend West

It has been confirmed that Anna Firth is the new Conservative candidate for Southend West.

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Winterizing Your House Plants

From evening frosty chills to temperatures fluctuating indoors, houseplants – as well as plants you’ve brought indoors for the winter months – can be put under incredible amounts of stress, and it’s important to keep your plants healthy and thriving by winterizing them as much as possible.

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Country Evening At the Palace Theatre with Ward Thomas

The Grand Ole Opry came to the Palace Theatre last night with Ward Thomas headlining and guest appearances from The Country Affair and Dan Owen.

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The food of Karnataka and Southern India

This month, The Mughal Dynasty restaurant looks at popular dishes in Karnataka, a state located in the country’s south-west, bordering Goa, Kerala and the Arabian Sea.

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Bedknobs and Broomsticks: Interview with Dianne Pilkington

Aren't we due a bit of magic in our lives? Dianne Pilkington thinks so. She is staring in Bedknobs and Broomsticks, and she, for one, is thrilled to be dreaming of the impossible again.

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Ghee and Indian Cooking

This month, The Mughal Dynasty writes about ghee, how it's used in Indian cooking and how you can use it yourself.

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Summer selling for an autumn move

Jack Blows from Coastal Homes writes about the best ways to market and sell your home this summer.

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Weddings are back in town! The Niche essential guide to choosing your perfect wedding jewellery

If you’ve been waiting patiently for better times to pop the question or plan your big day, your moment has arrived. Weddings are back!

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Sitting with Sadness

Sadness.  It’s not the most comfortable emotion to sit with. In a world where we are constantly surrounded by the pursuit of happiness, be it through advertising, social media, loved ones who want the best for us or our own expectations of how life should be, sadness is something often avoided...

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Goan Cuisine and the Portuguese

The Mughal Dynasty writes on the history of Indian food and how it was influenced by the Portuguese.

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Planning a Wedding? Check out the latest Wedding trends

People are still planning weddings and doing it quite differently than before...

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The Power of Smell

We often think that it is only a walk that will give our dogs stimulation and exercise. A walk is very important and a dog should be taken out daily, to help them keep fit and healthy...

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Introducing: Natchsticks

Many of us have taken up some form of physical exercise during lockdown...

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Introduction to Indian Cooking

The Mughal Dynasty blogs on traditional and historical methods of Indian Cooking.

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A Royal Sunday Lunch

Leigh-on-Sea.com visited the Royal Hotel for Sunday lunch. Here are our thoughts...

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