MARG ProperTies has joined hands with The Art of Living to present ‘Naadha Vaibhavam’ an enduring musical festival at Chennai. This likeminded musical venture is an initiative of MARG Brindavan to the property aspirants, music fans and to all the contenders.
This is to mark the celebration of ‘Art of Living’ its 30th year of its Service to Society. This occasion it would bring together 5000 carnatic musicians from all over Tamil Nadu, performing a harmony of music showcasing cultural transformation. It is planned and scheduled on January 30, 2011 at Shriram – The Gateway, GST Road, Perungalathur, Opp. Railway Station, Chennai from 6.00 pm onwards.
Stay connected to the series of blog and MARG ProperTies, as we bring in more nitty gritty details of this musical extravaganza
At the beginning of this festival season MARG planned to bring in a series of sweets and food stuff for pongal celebration. In the below space MARG ProperTies have shared a recipe for “Sweet Pongal”
1 cup Raw Rice
1/2 cup Green Gram Dal
3 Cups Jaggery
4 tbsp Ghee
2 tbsp Cashewnuts
2 tbsp Raisins
5 Nos. Cardamoms
2 1/2 Cups Water
1 Cup Milk
Pinch of nutmeg powder (Optional )
2 Nos Whole Cloves ( Optional )
Roast the green gram dal over a medium fire; evenly roast it till it is light golden brown colour.
Place 21/2 cups of water, 1 cup milk and whole cardamom in a thick bottom pan, close with a lid and bring it over fire. As it is about to boil add rice and roasted green gram dal and close it tightly.
In 3/4 cup of water add the pieces or mashed jaggery and blend it, simmer it at low heat till the jaggery dissolves. Strain the jaggery syrup to remove the impurities. Gently cook the jaggery syrup over medium heat till it reaches slightly sticky consistency.
Heat ghee, initially add cashew nuts and later add dry grapes to fry lightly.
When the rice and green gram dal is 90 percent cooked, add the jaggery syrup complete the cooking.
Bring down from the fire add fried cashew, dry grapes along with ghee. Mix well and serve hot.
At this occasion we attribute for those contributors who wise to share their food sense at this blog featuring “Sweets For Pongal Festival” or “Traditional Foods For Pongal Festival”. You can send in you recipes to our email id firstname.lastname@example.org you can also post your recipes in the comments column
As the New Year is born arrangements for the farmer festival begins in an elaborate schedule. The Pongal festival is not just a day’s celebration as it is spread across four to five days. Though this is not a big celebration like Diwali, in villages and also on the outskirt of any cities it is a grand gala of events.
MARG ProperTies takes this joyful occasion to greet all the property aspirants and wishes one and all to celebrate Happy Pongal.
MARG ProperTies will bring a series of recipes that is to be highly dedicated to the festival of Pongal. MARG requests the blog readers and any one who is passionate of not only sweets but any food stuffs that they adore and they may dedicate to this harvest festival.
Contributors to this blog featuring “Sweets For Pongal Festival” or “Traditional Foods For Pongal Festival” can send in their recipes to our email id email@example.com you can also post your recipes in the comments column