In continuation of the series on Tambrahm special cuisines for occasions, we are going to see about the food cuisines for Sri Rama Navami. What is Rama Navami? Hindu festival during the spring season, that celebrates the birth of Lord Rama who is an important deity to the Hindus, particularly of the Vaishnavism tradition of Hinduism.… Continue reading Special delicacies for TamBrahm occasions : Chapter 4 – Sri Rama Navami
In the series of Tambrahm special cuisines for occasions, we are going to see about the food cuisines for Varalakshmi Viratham and Karadaiyan Nombu.
Last week in the series of Special delicacies for TamBrahm occasions we saw the delicacies of Ekadasi and Dwadasi. This week we will see the cuisines prepared for Avani Avittam. Upakarma or Avani Avittam represents the beginning phase of the study of Veda. We have discussed in detail about the Upakarma’s Origin and its significance… Continue reading Special delicacies for TamBrahm occasions : Chapter 2 – Avani Avittam
Detoxifying or Cleansing the digestive system is a necessary process. In this process, it is advised to have liquid food as to give rest to the organs of our body. Ekadasi Viratham acts as a cleanser. Ekadasi Viratham is practised by the followers of Lord Vishnu as a step to attain a place in Vaikuntam.… Continue reading Special delicacies for TamBrahm occasions : Chapter 1 – Ekadasi & Dwadasi
All of us are aware of the Tamil saying, “Vallavanukku pullum Ayudham”, describing how even the humblest and most harmless of things like a blade of grass could be turned into a weapon of destruction, in the hands of an accomplished person. Dharbai, commonly used in the households of Brahmins holds such significance in everyday… Continue reading DHARBAI AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE TO HINDUS
Ekadashi Viradham is practised in most of the homes. Fasting on the thithi Ekadashi is considered to be a way to reach Vaikundam. We have attempted to discuss the significance of Ekadashi Viradham in this blog. Ekadashi is the eleventh day of the moon cycle, both from the Purnima (full moon) and from the Amavasya… Continue reading EKADASHI VIRADHAM
We’ve all seen the women in brahmin families wear the Madisar with elegance and the men wearing Pancha Kachcham with confidence. Ever wondered why they wear these clothing specifically? This week, we break down what Madisar and Pancha Kachcham signify and how beneficial they are to us. Pancha Kachcham: Traditionally, a Hindu wears Veshti/Dhoti which… Continue reading MADISAAR AND PANCHAKACHAM