Saturday, 13 December 2014

An Invitation to All Indian Street Food Lovers !

Do we eat to live? Probably "yes", for all those who want to stay fit and healthy. But there is a lot many of us who live to eat, without being so curious about the health benefits of the delicacies served. And we are countless in numbers! One however can not deny the fact that there is a "foodie" in everyone of us. Only the choice varies and when thrown up with choices, the street foods become the chartbusters. India, being a colourful country of diverse tradition and culture, offer myriad of street food platters from every nukkad, gali or corner of its streets.

Cocoon Hotel Dhanbad is arranging "Chatorii Gali" - An Indian Street Food Festival from 14 - 23 Dec, 2014. Come, relish and rekindle your love for traditional Indian street foods.


We cordially invite you to come and make this festival a stupendously successful event!

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Friday, 5 December 2014

Savor the Indian Street Foods at Cocoon Hotel Dhanbad


The countdown begins....

Cocoon Hotel Dhanbad is all set for the INDIAN STREET FOOD FESTIVAL "Chatorii Gali" from 14 - 23 Dec, 2014.

Let's make this event a grand success!

Monday, 1 December 2014

Chatorii Gali - The Indian Street Food Festival

Do you like Indian street food? Cocoon Hotel Dhanbad is organizing INDIAN STREET FOOD FESTIVAL "Chatorii Gali" from 14 - 23 Dec, 2014. Come, be a part of it and savor the taste street foods at it's best!



Monday, 27 October 2014

Facts of Chhath Puja...!!!

Chhath Puja is believed to be the only Vedic Festival dedicated to Surya (the Sun God). People celebrate this festival to offer thanks to the #Lord Surya for blessing the life on the earth as ever. The customary practices of the puja are spread over four days and the rituals include holy bathing, fasting and performing the argya (offering prayers to the setting and rising sun).
Both the setting and rising Sun are worshipped to mark the cycle of death and birth. Like other Hindu Festivals, Chhath too is symbolic in nature.

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Chhath Puja Rituals
 Since the festival falls on the sixth day of the month of Kartika, it is called Chhath. It is considered that Lord Rama and Mata Sita had kept their fast and offer puja to the #Lord Sun in Kartik suklapaksha during their coronation after returning to the Ayodha after 14 years of exile. From that time, #Chath Puja became the significant and traditional festival in the #Hindu religion and started celebrating every year at the same date.


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Ardent devotees performing Chhath Puja

Women also offer their prayers to Chhathi Maiya or Goddess Usha (Goddess of Dawn) to overcome their troubles as well as to get the Moksha or liberation.

Cocoon Luxury Business Hotel Dhanbad is wishing you a Very Happy Chhath Puja….!!!

Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Mango - The King of Fruits - Rules at Mango Haat by Cocoon Hotel Dhanbad

Mango Haat - Mango festival by Cocoon Hotel Dhanbad from 1st July to 15th July, 2014


Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Tourism in Jharkhand: Palamau Tiger Reserve

Palamau has got its name from the dense forest of mainly Palas and Mahua (Mau)trees in this locality. Palamau Tiger Reserve is one of the oldest tiger projects of the country and its a gateway to the wildlife, the state of Jharkhand has to showcase. Your tour to the state will remain incomplete, if you avoid to visit the sanctuary.


Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Culture and Tradition of Jharkhand

Jhanrkhand is an Indian state that hosts people from various backgroung, including people of tribal origin. The culture of the state is mainly influenced by traditional tribal rituals, arts and handicrafts.

Monday, 26 May 2014

Baiga: A Face of Tribes in Jharkhand

Jharkhand was formed a state on 15th November, 2001. The tribals form the most of the population, where you can see people from as much as 30 different tribal origins are residing in the state. There you will also notice diversity in the tribal groups in terms of language, culture, etc.

Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Have Watermelon in This SUMMER

Some foods are fun to eat, and watermelon is definitely one of them.
That triangular wedge of bright red/white/green, sweet juiciness forbids us to take life too seriously and shouts,
"SUMMER!!!" As if that weren't enough, watermelon is packed full of nutrition, hydrates and is low-fat.


Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Development of a new escalation signals in Jharkhand



Jharkhand means “The Land of Forests”, and true to its name a large percentage of the state’s land is covered with rich forest. Cuisines enrich the vibration in traveling industry of Jharkhand, so as Dhanbad. Many hotel developed side by. Lets discuss about the cuisines, how it’s attracts the tourism diligence:
Jharkhandi food preparations, by and large, are very light on the stomach and easy to digest. Sumptuous recipes of Jharkhand are made extra special by the distinct style of cooking. Mustard oil is the cooking medium of choice in the state. The mouth-watering nonvegetarian cuisine of the state bears a faint touch of the Mughals. Chhonkna (stir fry spices before adding them to a dish), liberal use of Sattu (gram powder – used not only in dishes but also cooling drinks) and Panchforan (a blend of five exotic and aromatic seeds, namely ajwain, sarson, saunf, methi and mangraila) make the food aromatic and sumptuous. Jharkhandis use different types of flowers, drum-stick, August and Jhirool as vegtables. “Maad Jhor” which a nutritious substitute for Daal is prepared by boiling leafy green vegetables in starch left after cooking rice. To make it taste even better, Garlic fried in mustard oil (chhonkana) is added to it.


Dhuska is a popular preparation cooked with mashed rice and pulses. It is served with either aaloo dum or mutton curry; Charpa prepared by frying mashed rice mixed with spicy vegetable preparations is another well liked dish. Kera-dudhauri is a sweet delicacy prepared with milk, rice, ghee and gur. Some of the other popular dishes of Jharkhand are Khichdi, Aloo Chokha, Chana daal ki kachree, Gatteki sabzi, Kala- Chana Ghoomni, Jhingni ki sabzi, Pittha and Litti. Thekua, Mitha Khaja, Pua, and Til Barfi (best in the world) are for the ones for people with a sweet tooth. Rice beer, originally known as Handiya, and Mahu, made from fruit/ flowers of the Mahua tree are the popular alcoholic drinks of the state. - See more at: Jharkhandi Food Cuisine

Monday, 17 February 2014

Cocoon Luxury Business Hotel : Best Hotel in Dhanbad

The service is prompt and quick and it's nice hands-on owners on the floor making sure that everything goes off smoothly.
Check out the Best Multi Cuisine Buffet Restaurant Cocoon Hotel Dhanbad at your service....
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Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Week End Tour at Maithon Dhanbad,Jharkhand,India


Maithon is the largest water reservoir of the Damodar Valley Corporation. The dam is located at the confluence of the Damodar and Barakar rivers in the border of West Bengal and Jharkhand. The place is surrounded by hills, forests and small islets. One needs to take permission to see the Hydroelectric Power Project. There is a deer park and a bird sanctuary. During winter many migratory birds are seen in this sanctuary. You can visit the Ma Kalyaneswari Mandir which is situated in Hangla Pahar, 2.5 km from the dam. This temple is around 500 years old. The prime attraction of Maithon is the boat ride. The surrounding villages of Maithon are also beautiful.
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Maithon


   
Near by Attractions:
Panchet Dam is located 14 km from here and is worth seeing. You can also visit Garpanchkot by car.
 How to Reach: You can reach Kumardubi or Asansol by train from Howrah or Kolkata station. Maithon is 6 km from Kumardubi. Auto rickshaws are plying in this route. If you disembark at Asansol then you will get bus to reach Maithon. It takes about half an hour to reach Maithon, 24 km from Asansol.
  
Maithon is that the most important water reservoir of the Damodar valley Corporation. The dam is found at the confluence of the Damodar and Barakar rivers inside the border of province and Jharkhand. The place is encircled by hills, forests and small islets. One should take permission to establish the electricity Power Project. there is a ruminant park and a construction. throughout winter many migratory birds ar seen throughout this sanctuary. you will be able to visit the Ma Kalyaneswari Mandir that's placed in Hangla Pahar, 2.5 klick from the dam. This temple is around five hundred years recent. The prime attraction of Maithon is that the boat ride. the peripheral villages of Maithon are also stunning.


Monday, 10 February 2014

Hundru Falls

Ranchi has a potential for rapid growth in tourism sector, provided the government is a bit more pro-active.
Hundru Falls' one of the most picturesque falls surrounding Ranchi.It is 45 kms from Ranchi on Ranchi-Purulia Road..

Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Neterhat, An Attractive Place Near Dhanbad


Near Dhanbad, there's a stunning place known as Netarhat. Netarhat is found at 23.4833°N - 84.2667°E, at a height of one, 71 metres (3,514 ft). It is a plateau lined with thick forest. Netarhat plateau is four miles (6.4 km) long and 5 miles (4.0 km) broad. It consists of rocks and features a summit capped with arenaceous rock. The highest point is 3, 800 feet (1,266 m) above the sea level.

 Tourism:
 Netarhat is legendary for its wonderful sunrises and sunsets throughout the summer months. Netarhat has many attractive spots for the holidaymaker like, Magnolia purpose, higher Ghaghri Falls, Lower Ghagri Falls, Koel read purpose, Lodh Falls – the highest water-fall in Jharkhand.

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  Transport:
 Neterhat is well commutable from Dhanbad. One can reach Dhanbad easily by taking any mode of transportation, road, train or air (to Ranchi).

Most of the luxury hotels in Dhanbad offer all the trendy facilities like Banquet Halls, swimming pools, conference rooms etc. Hotel Cocoon, one of the best luxury hotels Dhanbad is very close to the bus depot.

Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Coriander
Coriander
All about Coriander: This popular and versatile herb goes by many names: Coriander, dhaniya, cilantro and Chinese parsley.
It is widely used in the subcontinent and in parts of Europe and north Africa.

Some of the health benefits of coriander include: Increasing good cholesterol (HDL), lowers blood sugar level, has anti-septic, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. It is even known to improve one's memory among others.


Monday, 3 February 2014

Parasnath Temple, The Famous Tourist Attraction Spot in Jharkhand



Parasnath Temple  is one of the famous places in Jharkhand. It is a sacred place of spiritual-communities set in Giridih district. It is a well known tourist attraction spot. The state is known as land of woods.
Parasnath Temple
Parasnath Temple in Jharkhand
 Parasnath is an important destination for Jain pilgrimage, located at a distance of 179km from Giridih district.

Dhanbad is a prominent place in Jharkhand and is dotted with a lot of hotels. Cocoon is a famous hotel in Dhanbad. It’s a luxury & family hotel with all modern facilities. In Jharkhand there are many beautiful places like Maithon Dam , forest, Neterhat & famous Parasnath Temple.
Best time to visit Parasnath temple: Anytime of the year.

Jharkhand  has pleasant climate throughout the year.

How to Reach: Take a bus from Parasnath station to reach the Parasnath temple.

Why Parasnath Temple is Famous: The myth goes that everyone’s payer gets fulfilled here.

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