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Trayopatambh

TRAYOPATAMBH (THREE PILLERS) OF LIFE ACCORDING TO  AYURVEDA .      Ayurveda, a natural system of medicine, originated in India more than 3,000 years ago. The term Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit words ayur (life) and veda (science or knowledge). Thus, Ayurveda translates to knowledge of life.when there is a proper balance of the "Three Pillars of Life." These three "pillars" form a part of the bedrock upon which Ayurveda is built. The Three Pillars of Life are  1)proper digestion 2)proper sleep  3)proper management of sexual activities. Eating, sleeping and procreating are essential to life, and when these three areas are in a healthful state of balance, the body and mind will reach. Proper Food (Ahara): • Sources include: food, spices, breath, water, emotions. • Nourishes and Feeds: o tissues, organs, cells, mind o digestive power (agni) oojas (vital sap, immunity. • vital life force energy. o the Divine within. When have to do: • Eat only when you are hungry

Fruit Custard

THE FRUIT CUSTARD! Food is just not a way fill your tummies, it's a wholesome experience on its own ! I feel blessed to share this beautiful piece of experience of art with you all ! This recipe is close to my heart as my mother made me this comfort food while the little me returned back from school. I would love to share the same. THIS FOOD CUSTARD  Is  a quick summer dish, you can make in a jiffy.  Is  easy to make with your favourite fruit and nuts.  Is  an amazing way to eat seasonal fruits.  WHY CUSTARD?  A simple fruit custard like this uses ready made store bought custard powder. My mom always made custard using  kwality Custard Powder  and I do think it works best. Maybe it has something to do with the taste I grew up eating. Either way, you can use a vanilla flavored custard powder that you like.  This fruit custard recipe can’t get any easier. You only need to cook the milk with sugar add custard powder and then chill it. Once chilled, add chopped

Crispy Veg Cutlet

Crispy Veg Cutlet About:  cutlet was introduced firstly from french word 'cĂ´telette' and were typical appetizer for french cuisine. Thus many country have cutlet as a starter and it get popular across the world as Indian, American, Italian, Russian and french etc.As in Indian cuisine veg cutletis famous with its mild spicy delicacy taste. Mostly Kerala is popular for Indian veg cutlet. Healthy tip Have a shallow fried cutlet rather than deep fried cutlet. Short and Simple Recipe for   veg cutlet Have a healthy and fresh veggie together such as – #Chop beans, carrots, potatoes, beets, cauliflower, cabbage, and peas together, and then steam them until they are soft-cooked. #Drain it and mash well. #Add choped green chilies, coriander leaves, garam masala, roasted cumin seeds, and ginger paste, and some bread crumbs mix everything well. # Use cornflour, maida, and salt to make corn flour batter. #Now, make ball of that mixture  # Dip it in cornflour batter & then coat it with