ఉగాది పచ్చడి తయారీ విధానం #ugadipachadi #Ugadi

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  • Published on:  3/30/2014
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    Making of Gudi Padwa/Ugadi Pachadi:
    This festival special recipe video shows how to make Ugadi pickle in Telugu with English subtitles.

    For more Festival recipes:
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQYV7KZZDznFKfpUQItq9WzJLaeA8bSko

    “U” ఉత్సవం
    “G” గౌరవం
    “A” ఆనందం
    “D” ధనం
    “I” ఐశ్వర్యం.

    The name Yugadi or Ugadi is derived from the Sanskrit words yuga (age) and ādi (beginning): "the beginning of a new age". Yugadi specifically refers to the start of the age we are living in now, the Kali Yuga.
    Yugādi (Ugādi, Samvatsarādi, Telugu: ఉగాది Ugadi/Yugadi, Kannada: ಯುಗಾದಿ Yugadi, Konkani: युगादि Yugādi and Marathi: गुढी पाडवा Gudi Padwā) is the New Year's Day for the people of the Deccan region of India.
    It falls on a different day every year because the Hindu calendar is a lunisolar calendar. The Saka calendar begins with the month of Chaitra (March–April) and Ugadi marks the first day of the new year.
    Chaitra is the first month in Panchanga which is the Indian calendar. In some parts of India it is known as Vikram Samvat or Bhartiya Nav Varsh.

    A few Information from WIKI website

    In Telangana state and Andhra Pradesh a special dish called Bobbattu (Polelu) (Puran Poli) (Oliga) are prepared on this occasion.
    This special dish is called Bhakshalu, Boorelu in which is eaten with fresh ghee in Telangana State.
    These are eaten along with the Ugadi Pachchadi mentioned earlier. In Karnataka a special dish called obbattu, or Holige (ಹೋಳಿಗೆ / ಒಬ್ಬಟ್ಟು), is prepared.
    It consists of a filling (gram and jaggery/sugar boiled and made in to a paste) stuffed in a flat roti-like bread.
    It is usually eaten hot or cold with ghee or milk topping or coconut milk at some places of Karnataka.
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