A wedding is a great event in everyone’s life. In India it is done with great deal of ceremony. If you look at Indian history many battles have been fought for the sake of marriage. People have always spent lot of money and effort on these. The amount of money spent sometimes constitutes the entire life’s savings of a person.
Last night I was reading a book in which one article was about Russian marriage, same influenced me to start today’s post about marriage. The significance of Russian marriage is, the couple should visit important war monuments near by after signing the register at the marriage office. Every boy in Russia has to serve in the military for a couple of years at least. Regardless of his position, he must wear his service uniform for the wedding. Do you know why this custom is followed there?
Russia has fought many wars and many people have lost their lives for the country. As a mark of gratitude, the newly married couple needs to remember they are living in peaceful, independent Russia because of their ancestor’s sacrifices. The couple must seek blessings from their forefathers. What a noble tradition, Isn’t it? I was very much touched, so thought of sharing it with you all.
Back to the track, in this Diwali season it’s pleasure to post Badam puri recipe. These crispy puris drenched in sugar syrup are beautifully textured, wonderfully flavored sweet delicacies. Badam stands for Almond, which is soaked and ground to make paste, then combined well with all purpose flour to obtain the dough. Using the same dough, very thin puris are rolled and folded in triangular shape. Deep frying folded puris and immersing in sugar syrup result in pleasant colored badam puris. Alternatively you can make badam puri with Maida alone skipping almond and rice flour, fair enough taste is assured.
Meet you all with one more interesting recipe. Till then bye.