yeah, i was wondering what those things are. :-)
Oh Sra you have clicked such good photographs.The info on the sweets shaped like the veg is so interesting.The bottle gourd is looking so real :)Good post :)
Bee, now you know!Archana, thanks. Those pix were taken by the Spouse.
nice post Sra. Interesting to read. Viji
hey SraAlready commented on Bee's page. Lovely article and very vibrant pics
Great! I am going there now!:))
my hubby got chilakalu for me on my Sreemantham. it looks so lovely. your pics in Bee's blog are amazing. very nice journey across India.
Viji, thanks.Sandeepa, thanks for letting me know, I saw it now.Asha, thanks, saw your comment too - I'm going to reply there laterSharmi, thanks, only a couple of those pix came from me, and they were the Spouse's!
Hey Sra, Pls check Bee's page for my comment for you :P Still let me tell you, that was a great piece of work!Shn
wow...beautiful pics of hampi...i am a kannadiga and i haven't visited hampi yet but want to see that place so much. thanks for those lovely pics sra...
Nice Article to read ....Nice Pics
sra,Naku pelli sari lo pettaru chilakalu, kani eppudu cheyyadamu choodaledu. chala bagunayi photo's. ee sari velli nappudu tinakamundu okksari ela chesataro choodali
Shn, thanks - I saw your comment there too!Sia, the hampi pic in Bee's blog isn't mine, unless you're referring to the hampi pix in my other blog. do go there when you visit India next!Deepa, thank you.Sreelu, school taruvata malli ee pelli lone chilakalu choodatam anukunta! I too have never seen these being made, for that matter, haven't seen quite a few traditional dishes in production! Here's a link to the recipe, just to give you an idea: http://www.deccanherald.com/deccanherald/jan132006/living1643322006112.asp
i read at bee's but i need to comment now. beautiful pics!!
Thank You, Reena!
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