Ex­plain­ing freedom to chil­dren

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In­dia’s fore­most spice brand, Catch Salts & Spices has had an age-old as­so­ci­a­tion with taste. With ev­ery new spice vari­ant, the brand has suc­cess­fully en­sured its right­ful place in In­dian kitchens. Bridg­ing tra­di­tion with change, mix­ing flavours with fun, Catch oc­cu­pies a spe­cial place in the hearts of food afi­cionado, across the world.

The brand, which was the part­ner to the re­cently con­cluded HT City Culi­nary Fest Sea­son 3, re­ceived the per­fect plat­form to show­case its range of spices and the magic that it can cre­ate by el­e­vat­ing the taste of any sim­ple dish.

In the first sea­son of HT Culi­nary Fest, Catch of­fered fu­sion recipes by com­bin­ing In­dian and World cuisines. The sec­ond sea­son wit­nessed a se­ries of soul-warm­ing win­ter del­i­ca­cies. And the third one was all about mon­soon recipes con­sist­ing of hot snacks and quick tangy treats. It also fea­tured Catch’s brand am­bas­sador, Vidya Balan’s favourite recipes.

In each sea­son, the recipes made us­ing Catch spices have got the con­sumers ex­cited.

Ex­plor­ing new fron­tiers in taste, the team of Catch Salts & Spices pledges to con­tinue to stir up such de­li­cious sur­prises.

It has been seven decades since In­dia at­tained freedom. Look­ing back, we can proudly say that our coun­try has made progress in var­i­ous spheres, be it sci­ence, tech­nol­ogy, econ­omy, sports, health-care, education or space. In many ar­eas, In­dia is now lead­ing the world.

How­ever, In­dia still con­tin­ues to bat­tle prob­lems of poverty, un­em­ploy­ment, il­lit­er­acy, child mor­tal­ity, pol­lu­tion, food short­age and hu­man traf­fick­ing. And em­pow­er­ing In­di­ans through value-based education is the key to progress and eman­ci­pa­tion in fu­ture.

Con­cerned par­ents say that the con­cept of freedom needs to be ex­plained to chil­dren. Freedom al­ways comes with re­spon­si­bil­ity — tt’s not the li­cense to be able to do what­ever one pleases.

There­fore, pro­vid­ing them with the right foun­da­tion is the need of the hour. We need to give our chil­dren wings of freedom with roots of re­spon­si­bil­ity. They can then be deeply rooted in val­ues and soar high as pro­duc­tive and re­spon­si­ble hu­man be­ings in the world.

Par­ents, teach­ers and el­ders need to be the pos­i­tive en­ergy be­neath the wings of our chil­dren.

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