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Harvest has an important role to play in Indian tradition and customs. December and January are considered to be the harvest months and during this time various harvest festivals are celebrated all over India. Pongal a harvest festival is celebrated by the Tamilians for four days and the celebrations of Pongal marks a period of happiness, peace and abundance. To celebrate the occasion, various dishes are prepared.
In this blog we will share with you the recipe of Ven Pongal / Khara pongal
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Pongal is a harvest festival that is celebrated in Tamil Nadu for a period of four days. It is a harvest festival. Pongal is one of the most popular Hindu festival and it is a kind of thanksgiving to nature. The festival is held in the month of January, which is the season when rice, sugarcane, and other cereals are harvested. On this day, sweet rice known as ‘Pongal’ is cooked and is placed where the puja is performed.
In this blog we will share the recipe of Sweet Pongal, a special sweet dish prepared by Tamilians.
Click here to read the step by step method of preparation of Sakkarai Pongal/ Sweet Pongal
Wish you a very Happy New Year. With harvest festival celebrated all over India, it’s time to turn to delicacies. Pongal, a harvest festival is celebrated by the Tamilians and during this time they prepare a wide range of dishes specially made of rice and milk. Pongal Kuzhambu is not a sweet dish, but a side dish for pongal and is a perfect combination with milk and sweet pongal.
In this blog we will share with you the recipe of Pongal Kuzhambu and its health benefits.
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During the celebration of pongal, various dishes having basic ingredients as milk and rice are prepared. Chakkara pongal is an auspicious dish that is dedicated to God and is given as prasadam in many temples. For most of the festivals that are dedicated to Lord Vishnu, this wonderful dish is prepared and served. It is one of the easiest recipes that anyone can prepare easily and serve.
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Akkaravadisal is a special sweet dish that is specially prepared by Tamil Brahmins during the time of pongal. It is usually prepared on “Koodaravalli day” and is offered as a prasadam in the temples during the puja for its unique taste.
In this blog we will discuss the traditional way of making this dish.
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