Only yesterday, I realised my capability to manage such lunch menus single handedly…..It was sure a tiring day but was happy and content after I finished the lunch menu and clicked it.Even the vadas came out perfect inspite of me rushing with other items and house chores…Yayyy!!
Mulaipari and Adiperukku:
Mulaipari (Sprouting or Germination of Nine Grains or Navadhanyam in a basket or clay mud pots) is a very important ritual which takes place at almost every village Goddess celebration. In its most original form, it is an exclusively women’s ritual and is of great importance for the whole village. The participants of the processions carry earthen pots with grown grains (nine different types of grains) inside on their heads and walk towards a river where the content is dissolved. The procession is accompanied by Amman. The ritual is very elaborate. Before the procession starts, special songs and dances ( Kummi Pattu, Kummi ) are performed. The original meaning of the ritual performance is a request to the village Goddess for rain and fertility of land, in order to secure a rich harvest.
Source : Wiki
Aadi 18 Lunch Menu – Ingredients
Recipe Category: Breakfast | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian
Serve and enjoy with your family!