When winter season starts or is near, people start searching for different types of tips for skin care in the cold and dry weather. This weather is so cold and dry. This weather always affects the skin and makes it dry and dull. The skin loses its colour and becomes darker. This weather is the worst season for people with dry skin. Mostly people neglect daily skin care in this harsh season. Many skincare experts suggest different kinds of methods to protect the skin in winter’s cold and dry weather. If you neglect the care of your skin then your skin might get dry and dull. This care is not only for your face or hand; rather it applies to your whole body.
Author: Aqeela Sarwar
Every country in the world has its own culture, religion, life style, eating habits and dress values which depend on many factors. Muslim women around the world follow the Islamic requirements of modest dressing in many styles and types, which includes body covering loose gowns, headscarves, face veils, stoles and dupattas. Among these the most common and most popular is the Hijab (or headscarf). Hijab is a very important part of dressing item for a Muslim woman and its concept finds its roots in Islam.
Chicken is one of the most favourite dishes, mostly people like it, and cook it, because this is a delicious dish.
Biryani is a delicious and tasteful food. Most people in our country like spicy food, for instance Karahi, biryani, Bar BQ etc. all these are very popular because all these are very spicy and delicious. In our country, there are many different method of cooking different kinds of biryani. The difference in recipes are due to difference in locality e.g. Mumbai Biryani, Afghani Biryani, and Sindhi Biryani etc. The difference in the use of basics ingredients also varies the recipe. For example Vegetable Biryani, Hara Masala (green veggies) Biryani, Tikka Biryani, Kaccha Gosht (raw meat) Biryani and many others. Any family function or friend’s get-together is incomplete without a this dish. It is basically thought to be a dish which originated from Karachi & the Urdu-Speaking community of India & Pakistan, but it has now spread all over the country and one can find a version of Biryani in any city of Pakistan.