KAILASA’s Nithyananda Annalaya
Revival of the Hindu Science of Food and Nutrition by the present living incarnation of Paramashiva, The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam
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Pakasastra, the ancient Hindu cook book revealed directly by Paramashiva(the embodiment of Superconsciousness) to his divine consort Parashakti, with detailed instructions on all aspects of cooking food- growing the crop, storage, food preparation and serving. This Hindu Science of food and nutririon is designed specifically to support one’s superconscious breakthrough. KAILASA not just preserves but brings this science back as a lifestyle for enlightened living.
Tiruvannamalai - Pournami Annadaan
Sadhus, Devotees and tourists lined up at the dining hall at Arunachala Sarvajnapeetam during Paurnami- full moon day, an auspicious occasion when thousands visit Tiruvannamalai to perform the circumambulation of Arunachala- the sacred hill.
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For the sweetened variety, these little drops (boondi) are added into a mix of sugar syrup while the savory variety is garnished with curry leaves and various spices such as chilli powder, coriander powder, cumin powder, etc.Introduction About this RecipeBoondi is a...
Rasam is actually a South Indian soup, eaten with other dishes or had by itself. It is a spicy-sweet-sour stock traditionally prepared using kokum, kodam puli, tamarind, or dried green mango powder (amchur) as a base along with jaggery, black pepper, chili pepper,...
Chitrannam is a flavorful tangy dish which is crunchy to taste and easy to make. It can be made with freshly cooked rice or even with leftover rice.Introduction About this RecipeChitranna or Lemon Rice is a rice-based dish widely prepared in South India. It is...