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CULINARY INSCRIPTIONS

Brihadisvara Temple : A Treasure Trove of Culinary Inscriptions (Part 1)

Brihadiswara Temple: A Treasure Trove of Culinary Inscriptions(Part 2)

CULINARY MANUSCRIPTS

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

ANCIENT TRADE AND CULINARY CONNECTIONS

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


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