Special kada roast..
Recipie - marinate the meat with turmeric powder, garam masala, pepper and salt and keep it for 30 mins. Then cook the marinated meat in half cup water for 10 mins. Now fry some onions in coconut oil till its colour begins to change. Add ginger garlic paste, green chilli and paste of mint leaves and corriander leaves. Add chilli powder and then add the cooked meet along with its gravy. Allow the gray to thicken. Quick and delicious quill roast will be ready..
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When Guru Nanak Dev ji had attained the age of nine years, his father determined to have him invested with the Janoy or janeu, or sacrificial thread of the Hindus as was the common custom of the people in India. Until a boy is so invested, he is deemed almost an outcaste. When the members and relations of the family, and all the neighbours, secular and religious, had assembled, and all preliminary rites had been duly performed, Hardial, the family priest, proceeded to put the sacred thread on Nanak's neck. Young Nanak caught the thread with his hand, and asked the priest what he was doing, and what advantage it was to put a thread of that description on him. The priest then explained that the Janoy was the basis of the Hindu religion, that without it a man would only be a Sudar. Guru Nanak Dev ji refused to wear the thread.
The main reasons give for these rejection are:
The thread is a sign of discrimination. Low castes are not allowed to wear the janoy.
It bring no virtue or enhancement to the wearer. It can break easily. It does not have any strength and does not give the wearer any strength.
It gets filthy very easily; It can be burnt and lost