Place of special significance
Place that is significance to me is India, especially my grandparent’s house and the school that I attended when I lived in India at my grandparents house for several years. When I was five years old my parents sent me to study in India to learn about the traditions, food, culture, religion, and languages. While I was going to school in India I lived at my grandparent’s house. The house I lived in with my grandparents was a big nice two story house located in small village called Naugajja in Punjabi, India. The house it had six bedrooms big back yard. While living at my grandparent’s house I learned many things like traditions, foods culture and family. The most interesting tradition to me was the grandma’s traditional way to welcome the guests. It was the most unique way to welcome people I had ever seen. She would have wick made out of cotton wool lit with fire and placed in the in a bowl. A coconut filled with water, flowers, and incense was placed in a tray and she rotated the tray in circular motion in front of guest. She said the purpose of performing this is to ward off evil effects.it was really cool to learn a new tradition. Every Sunday morning my grandma made some Indian style home made tortillas they were called pranthas in Punjabi they were stuffed with the mash potatoes and spices and made with butter on a pan like pan cakes they tasted good. One day after I ate my breakfast on Sunday morning I asked my grandma how she makes them than she showed me and learned how she made them. It was hard to learn how to make them at first but after lots of practice I end up learning. After that almost every Sunday I learned something new to cook. Every Sunday afternoon my grandma would cook something special for lunch and would also teach me how to cook. One of my favorite dessert my grandma usually cooked on Sunday afternoons for lunch was called the (Zarda) Indian sweet rice dessert. These sweet rice are...
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