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What is “Siri Dhanya”?

sandybrown
sandybrown

Answer to this question is in today's response to a 6 year old question.!!

you can find more information in below links.

vegrecipesofkarnataka.com/1...

wholesometales.com/millet-s...

Millet names in different Indian languages.

"This is a small attempt to understand what is "Siri Dhanya". I have already posted Navane uppittu or foxtail upma, ragi (finger millet) dosa, ragi (finger millet) rotti and ragi (finger millet) mudde recipes. Soon I will post more recipes using these Millets, which you can find in siridhanya or millet recipes post. And to write this article I have referred few documents and websites, which I have listed below."

Enjoy small grains.

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Below is from today's post.

"indrani-58

indrani-58• in reply to M034

1 hour ago

I am diabetic since 13 years and my Hba1c would be around 7.4 . I went to gim and worked out for 2 hrs daily and could achieve a1c level of 7.1, not a gram of weight was reduced. Now I started siridhanya all the five millets 2 days each for 3 times. In six months My weight came down to 60 kgs from 71kgs. My energy levels are high through out the day my a1c level dropped to 6.0. Within 6 months. I am continuing siridhanya as we can prepare many tasty recipes and whole family has started to eat siridhanya. I am very happy with the result.

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barani19
barani19Star in reply to sandybrown

Thanks for sharing the information on Sirudhaniyam sandybrown. It is too difficult to eat Sirudhaniyam 3 times a day. If you can manage to eat, then there is nothing like that.

sandybrown
sandybrown in reply to barani19

Yes, I agree. I eat Kurukan puto in the evening once a week. rice, white basmati once a week or twice a week. "Sirudhaniyam" , it make it clear in Tamil.

barani19
barani19Star in reply to sandybrown

sandybrown ,

Just to clarify, Sirudhaniyam in Tamil is called Siri dhanya in Kannada

I tried these for some time. I found it is very difficult for me to diggest and had loose motions. Then i stopped after doctor advise.

Yes ,this can be a problem, food is a balancing act.

sandy we hindus consider dhyan as meditation to God

u are discussig some thing else

we are send by God to some good work

nothing is eatinfg and drinking which passes out in durable hours

pary with truth He will give u reward health wealth and prosperity

om shanti

Sir,

Thank you.

I am a Hindu from Jaffna, Sri Lanka. The Sandy Brown is my complexion and also carries my initials. I know we use Nava dhanayam and other grains in temple.

I saw in village life video clip, how stone grinder is used to grind small grains to make drink like soup, good for health.

We can do our seva to God for healthy life. I am waiting for borders to open to go to India and Sri Lanka, to go to temples to pray.

Take care.

look sandy I am happy to read ur reply.

u are from Jafna ,about which I have litlle knowledge

By offering tulsi leaf and I cup of water andchandan on losr krishna and radha or Ram sita or Lord shiv and put chandan on any pair

ask themto forgiveur or ur familys mistakes

askthem to show u right path

definitevly u will feel positiveness in ur thiking in ur life

offer one piece of sweet or small piece of jaggery after that u distribute in make further pieces of jaggeriy to all .Mind u are diabitic but small piece of jaggery f aweet will not harm u I am weak in computer knowledge.

god bless u

Sir,

Thank you.

barani19
barani19Star in reply to panchsheel

Namaste panchsheel Ji,

Thanks for your advise on Prasaad.

panchsheel
panchsheel in reply to barani19

sandy u belong to madurai good it seems u are found of tours but now whether fly available

my son eagerly waiting in canada for ussay 20 yrs back we viited madurai chinnai travancore kanya kumari balaji and so many places now dont remember

do visit ajmer rajasthan

barani19
barani19Star in reply to panchsheel

panchsheel Ji, My name is Barani. Sandy lives in UK and I live in Bangalore.

Sure. we do make lot of trips North of India. We will plan to visit Ajmer during our next visit.

barani19
barani19Star in reply to sandybrown

sandybrown,

If you are visiting Tamil Nadu and Karnataka for visiting temples, please let me know. We can plan to visit together.

sandybrown
sandybrown in reply to barani19

My plan is to fly from London to Bangalore, go by car fist to Melmaruvathur , AMMA. then go to Madura Meenakshi Amman temple, followed by few other temples.

Will let you know, later on next year grandparents duty first.

Take care.

barani19
barani19Star in reply to sandybrown

Cool. thanks for letting know your detailed schedule sandybrown sir. By the way, Madurai is my hometown. I was born and brought up there. My parents still live over there. Let me know if you need any help in Madurai.

sandybrown
sandybrown in reply to barani19

Thank you.

panchsheel
panchsheel in reply to barani19

most welcome with sandy

we are from north language and food entirely different

we used to visit bangalore stayed at btm in our own house with sons family

our other house inwhit field s and bomanally vardha near oxford university

veg purchased fromm alliwal and near silk board 8 yrs back

barani19
barani19Star in reply to panchsheel

panchsheel sir,

Nice to see that you are familiar with Bangalore.

Even though our language and food are different, we are bounded by the same Sanatana Dharma.

panchsheel
panchsheel in reply to barani19

yes rightly said

Probably sridhanya is referred to millet diet coined by Dr khader Valli.He opine to have 5 positive millet diet which can cure many diseases.As per him our old diet was ragi ,bajra and jawr.Later we switched to wheat and rice.So most of our disease is linked to rice and wheat.So we break the chain then most modern disease can be cured.Thanks sandy brown sir.

sandybrown
sandybrown in reply to makarim

Thank you.

There are many books.

The link below give more information.

wholesometales.com/millet-s...

Yesterday I found a small home grinder to powder many small grains. If you Google kitchen tools you may find this small home mill.

If we powder small grains at home and cook what ever we want to our taste we can control the additives.

Take care.

makarim
makarim in reply to sandybrown

Thanks Brown sir.

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