Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Sulekha Search

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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Athouk & Mohinga


Atho or Athouk. These consist of boiled noodles cooked with spices, shredded cabbage, onions, chili flakes, roasted channa dal powder, tamarind juice, bejo, garlic oil, coriander leaves and etc are the ingredients of Athouk. To give the dish a crunchy feel.

This food also eaten with the accompaniment of Mohinga,a soup made with fish broth & plantain stem, onion, ginger, garlic, chili, turmeric and rice flour. It is an awesome combination.

Mohinga, which is considered the unofficial Burmese national food. It is essentially rice noodles served in fish broth with fried onions, garlic, ginger and sliced tender core of plantain stem. If you ask for it, it will also be served with boiled eggs. It is essentially a soup meal and a delightful one at that.

History:

Many Tamils were settled in Burma then and slowly emigrated back here after Independence.Burmese people started migrating to India. Most of them arrived at the Chennai Port and used to leave for other smaller cities by boarding trains at the Beach Railway Station.

A few shrewd Burmese families set up these small shops to sell authentic Burmese food to them. The business became a big hit and has stayed that.Descendants of these Indian-Burmese who brought with them such culinary delights.

Location: 

Second beach lane road (parallel to Burma Bazaar) , Chennai

Thursday, August 26, 2010

TEDx Pune

 TEDx Pune is an independently organized TED event scheduled to happen on October 10th 2010 in Pune.

TEDx Pune will take ideas worth sharing from Pune to the world, bring the city together through a simultaneously shared TED-like experience using live webcasting at 50+ educational institutions and spread ideas worth sharing to inspire better cities and citizenship.

TEDx Pune is brought to the world by the Curator TEDx Pune along with Thought leaders and Philanthropists of Pune, Boards and CEO’s of Pune’s Companies, Educational Institutions, the TEDx Pune Team and the CIO Pune City.

Ideas worth spreading to inspire better cities and citizenship will be nominated and then voted on this site for fit to inspire citizenship, novelty and ability to go viral. Short listed speakers will present ideas at a pre-TEDx event. The most effective TEDx ideas will repeat at the TEDx Pune event in front of a live audience of the winners of the Inspire Pune Challenge.

You can participate in TEDx Pune by nominating and rating ideas worth spreading. Do participate in the Inspire Pune Challenge and submit your idea worth sharing. You may wish to browse and watch ideas inspiring better cities and citizenship from previous TED events.

Website: http://tedxpune.co.in/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TEDxPUNE?v=wall&ref=ts
Twitter: http://twitter.com/TEDxPune

TED

TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It began in 1984 as an annual conference devoted to Technology, Entertainment and Design -- hence TED -- but TED's reach, and its scope, have become ever broader since then. TEDTalks cover science, arts, politics, global issues, architecture, music and more. Speakers come from a wide variety of communities and disciplines -- people like Bill Clinton, Nobel laureate Murray Gell-Mann, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales, and Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page.

The TED Conference itself takes place in Long Beach each spring, with a simulcast event in Palm Springs. In 2009, we'll also host a summer conference in Oxford, UK, called TEDGlobal, as well as a conference in fall 2009 called TEDIndia, in Mysore, India. Anyone can apply to attend a TED Conference! If you want to come, apply for an invitation. More info here:
http://www.ted.com/conferences

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Yugatech/Western Digital Contest Entry

Yugatech/Western Digital Contest Entry

Monday, June 7, 2010

World Environment Day

This entry is in response to the Conserve, Recycle and Discover contest organised by blogadda.com in association with Pringoo!

World Environment Day, commemorated on 5 June since 1972, is one of the ways focuses world attention on the environment and encourages political action. People from countries all over the world have mobilized for individual and organized environmental action. Activities involve all sectors of society, governments, non- and inter-governmental organizations, businesses, industries, civil society, media and schools.






Please take the following Pledge to save our environment.

1, I pledge to Recycle more, use less water and electricity.
2, I pledge to smoke less in 2010.
3, I pledge to send more electronic documents instead of using paper.
4, I pledge to continue using my bicycle to go to work (instead of my motorbike).
5, wash with full loads it is more energy efficient than doing several smaller ones.
6, Incite of dryer I will use hang dry for energy saving.
7, Wash the cloth with eco-friendly detergents (organic).




Join the worldwide celebration of positive action for the environment 

Friday, March 26, 2010

Tradus Free T-shirt

Free T-shirt from Tradus