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The rasams ChitVish does not know

Discussion in 'Recipe Central' started by Tamildownunder, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. Tamildownunder

    Tamildownunder Bronze IL'ite

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    Dear ILites,

    ChitVish has given us a wonderful treat of receipes for many types of rasams which are very exhaustive. But, still ChitVish has not mentioned about these particular type of rasams. You want to know what are these? Scroll down.........

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    These rasams are, Shaadi ki rasam, mangni ki rasam etc. Rasam in hindi means function or ritual.:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D

    Regards,

    TDU
     
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  2. Kurunji

    Kurunji New IL'ite

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    Oh TDU Sir,

    After teasing our brains you are teasing our tongues here ....... :mrgreen: good one !

    Regards.
     
  3. diwali

    diwali Senior IL'ite

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    TDU sir,

    oh very nice!

    thx for this.

    Srilatha
     
  4. Sriniketan

    Sriniketan IL Hall of Fame

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    Some rasams are to be experienced like the one you had mentioned.
    I hope Chivish doesn't mind giving those recipes for those who ask for it!
    Nice post,TDU Sir.
     
  5. Tamildownunder

    Tamildownunder Bronze IL'ite

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    Thanks Kurunji, Diwali and Sriniketan. I put this in good humour. I realised that the word rasam has few other meanings. One more meaning is given to the paint applied to a glass to make it a mirror. 'rasm poosina kannadi' , 'rasam pona kannadi' are in common use.

    Regards,

    TDU
     
  6. GayathriSundar

    GayathriSundar Senior IL'ite

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    Hi TDU,
    When I saw the title of this post I was convinced that you are trying to dethrone our inhouse Master Chef - Chitvish. This suspicion of mine was kindled when I read your posts on Rumali roti and pav bhaji.
    But I can rest at ease as you are referring to rituals in Hindi. There are quite a few words that are used in different languages with the same or very different meanings.
    The word "kundi" comes to mind. It means a padlock in hindi but in tamil....
    I am not going to complete the sentence as I fear the moderators might frown on me. My father was posted in Pathankot in 1976. He was escorting his punjabi landlady out some where and he was aghast when she said " Kundi lagao" to the door.


    :tongue
    Gayathri
     
  7. Tamildownunder

    Tamildownunder Bronze IL'ite

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    Hi, Gayathri

    Dethroning ChitVish? Thoba thoba!. I admire her knoweldge in receipes and cookery. Mine is borrowed knowledge from my mother, aunty, wife, sisters and others. I had a nickname 'pondukasatti' sitting amidst ladies with wide open mouth drinking in all that they used to discuss.:-D

    Regards,

    TDU
     
  8. Chitvish

    Chitvish Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Dear TDU,
    I thoroughly enjoyed this thread !
    I loved best your nickname !:tongue
    How did they guess it right in your young age that you would make waves in a Ladies' forum successfully, bowling over women with poems, serials, recipes, snippets, gynaec advice ( my God !), recipes.......the list is long. Please excuse me if I have inadvertently missed any !
    Regards,
    Chithra.




     
  9. Tamildownunder

    Tamildownunder Bronze IL'ite

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    Thanks Chithra. Of course, although I used to hang around in the midst of ladies, they used to drive me away saying ' ponkal naduvile unakku enna velai, po'. In madurai we were staying in what is called as 'Stores' (multiple houses under one roof). In our house we have four sisters to me, one aunt and my mother. In our neighbour's house all were girls. So, I was surrounded by girls and ladies. When they used to put mehandi (maruthani) they will put in my hands also. During navrathri, I used to do Kolattam with them. During markali month, I used to sing Thirupaavai, Thiruvambavai with them. My eledest sister was taught carnatic music by a teacher coming to our house. I remember many Keerthanais I learnt just by hanging around which she has forgotten now. To tell in short in the words of my aunt,' naan thappipoi aana piranthuten'. :-D

    Regards,

    TDU
     
  10. Ushakrishnan64

    Ushakrishnan64 Silver IL'ite

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    Dear TDU,
    I am rolling in laughter at the pun on RASAM.
    You remind me of my son..who is the only boy among 6 girls in the family (mine + my brother's girls) But he refuses to mingle with the GIRLS, then what to ask of putting in Mehendi. In any wedding, you will find him in a corner trying to avoid the Mehendi show.
    How I wish he mingles.. Can we try any of the RASAM MIX??

    Regards
    USHA
     

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