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CULINARY INSCRIPTIONS

Brihadisvara Temple : A Treasure Trove of Culinary Inscriptions

ANCIENT TRADE AND CULINARY CONNECTIONS

Ancient Maritime Trade and Exchanges along the Indian Ocean Coasts

Indian Ocean Trade in the Post-Sangam Period: A Historical Backdrop

Culinary Connections Between South India and Southeast Asia

CULINARY MANUSCRIPTS

MAHARASTRA,KARNATAKA, ANDHRA, AND DRAVIDA PAKASASTRA (19th Century)

Hindu Pakasastra: Part I – Introduction

Hindu Pakasastra: Part II – Recipes

SARABENDRA PAKASASTRAM – (19th Century)

SIVATTATVA RATNAKARA – (18th Century)

BHOJANAKUTHUHALAM – (17th Century)

SOOPA SHASTRA OF MANGARASA (16th Century)

MEDIEVAL CULINARY TEXTS FROM CENTRAL INDIA (16TH Century)

MANASOLLASA: REFRESHER OF THE MIND BY KING SOMESVARA III (1129 A.D.)

LOKOPAKARA: FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE BY CHAVUNDARYA II (1025 A.D.)

FOOD IN SANGAM POEMS

FOOD IN PURANANURU

FOOD IN PATHUPATTU

INTRIGUING STORIES

From Green Leaves to Granite Plates

Pakadarpana: Culinary Repertoire of King Nala

Recipes from Pakadarpana

Garlic: Origin, Medicinal Uses, and a Recipe for Garlic Dessert from King Nala

The Bower Manuscript – Birch-mark Manuscript collection of Buddhist Sage Yosamitra

Appam – a Temple Food Offering with a Very Ancient History Part I

Appam- a Temple Food Offering with a Very Ancient History Part II

Rare Culinary Manuscripts from Sarasvati Mahal Library, Thanjavur

Treasures from the Past – Introduction


Treasures from the Past - Articles