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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Why normally on auspicious days like religious festivals we do not make ulundu vadai but for lord hanuman we make ulundu vadai malai and in north indi

Why normally on auspicious days like religious festivals we do not make ulundu vadai but for lord hanuman we make ulundu vadai malai and in north india ther offer jangree?

Any traditional practice is basically based on or done for either personal physical wellbeing which includes external beauty, health of internal organs and hormone stimulation etc; for social welfare ; for spiritual understanding leading to spiritual realization; for cultivating cultural and aesthetic appreciation and for promoting the perception of the multiple aspects of life. The hidden facts remain hidden due to either lack knowledge or interest or inquisitiveness to know the significance. Whether we bother to reason them and learn their significance or not, it would be better to follow them and to make us follow those healthy traditional practices the religious ways and myths were the best source in those days because in old times people accepted anything coated with religious ritualism with uncritical love. So, naturally most important things were coated and prescribed, as the candies are coated with color so as to make people follow them. Even vegetarianism is one such thing because in the plant kingdom I mean chlorophyll, every cell is made of magnesium centered with molecules of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen [formula for chlorophyll C55, H72 O5, N4 AND MG and under the microscope it is 12 petalled daisy shaped combo around the 12th element. Incidentally the word daisy is derived from ‘DAY’ S EYE’ meaning the sun]. We are known as belonging to solar race as per theosophists and occultists. Sun’s rays work these miracles only with water that comes through plant leaves and not on other water surfaces. The only difference between chlorophyll and blood is that the same four chemicals carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen are around the center of iron atom instead of magnesium. So any plant food is good for the human body. I am planning to study the inner temperature of leaves I feel they too if they are healthy, like the human body, must be maintaining a specific heat/temperature. Dear VTS sir ,please do enlighten me on this.
Now, important facts of the main ingredient in both ulundu pepper vadai and jhangree is Ulundu.
1] The nutritional protein in Urad dal is comparable to the protein derived from animal sources.
2] According to Ayurveda, Urad is Balya (gives strength) what type of strength- to be specific the muscles. In fact black lentil oil is used for people, who have muscular dystrophy,
3] It is Vrishya (spermatogenic) it is taken to increase the quantity of healthy sperms in the testes,
4] Brihan (fattening) given to children who are too under weight,
5] It is Stanya Janan (increase mother’s milk),
6] Most importantly it decreases the HDL bad fats from the body when eaten in large quantities [that’s why I make it a point to eat at least 5 vadas at a time, less than that will only increase your weight.
7] Like all protein rich vegetarian food items it is also a carminative food item that’s why as an antidote it works better when mixed with ingie [ raw ginger] or pepper [ which enables the vayu minions inside the intestines to move southwards through the anus with varying sounds and smells]
8] Ladoos made from Urad strengthen the nervous system, and the paste of Urad is used for massaging the body. In the villages even today when a girl attains puberty as there are lots hormonal and inner physiological changes especially in the pelvic regions for the first three days ulundu urundai is a compulsory food.
9] Coming to Jhangree .Ghee is rich in iron so when soaked in ghee and sugar which quickens the absorption in the system help good protein to reach the blood fast because of iron.
10] Note let us not leave ulundu uppuma, it must be made with perungayam and in nallaennai.
Let me discuss about Anjeneya mahimai later on as now we are focused on vadai and jhangree.

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