Posted by seshdotcom on February 2, 2009
Like all the other Countries even Egypt have the same caption Agriculture- – – – ->Backbone of the Economy.It was Built on a completely new technique called basin Cultivation.There were dams to Hold water near the Natural Depression areas when it gets filled with water because of inundation.The inundation often destroyed or moved boundary markers and damaged or destroyed canals, berms, ponds, and dams. Once the floodwaters receded, farmers helped government officials re-survey croplands. Damaged systems had to be rebuilt or repaired swiftly, so planting could begin.Mainly there were two kinds of wheat crops grown Triticum dicoccum and Triticum spelta.
It was said that the ancient Egyptians were beer freaks so for that they Planted and cultivated a type of barley Crop called Hordeum vulgare.The very Important thing to be noted here is the Unity among the Farmers in Egypt they worked in concert to get the work done in one filed so that they can Plant some other crop in another field and the work was mainly carried out using wood sickles with flint blades.I am not sure whether all the Agricultural people have these kind of a pastime but in Egypt the farmers had a very good pastime and work time by singing songs and drinking Gallons of Beer together as recreation acts so that they wont get exhausted quickly—->I have heard of this kind of recreation in Indian Agriculture also I have seen many Village telefilms where the ladies would be singing the Traditional Songs called Naatupura Padalgal throughout the day taking turns but I am not sure of the Beer though 😛
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Posted by seshdotcom on June 22, 2008
Hello i would like to tell you about a favourite dish called “HALEEM” and it is manufactured by the Pista House group in Hyderabad..The city of Hyderabad has got many Striking features but when it comes to Food and Snacks nothing can lay over Hyderabadi Haleem..The Hyderabadi haleem has made a Exhorbitant sales in the Last few Years in Hyderabad Once can also say the thing which made Hyderabad Special is the Tasty Haleem which are Ordered and consumed by the foreign palates..The High Calorie dish is Huge draw among among NRI’s in the Middle East and Several other countries with a Huge Muslim Population…Haleem is a Semi-Hot Liquid made up of Wheat,Meat,Lentils and Spices and sources say that it can be also done without meat->Called as Veg Haleem and it costs 320 INR…The Hyderabadi Haleem is well known for its rich presence of Nuts like Hazels and Badam and other Nuts which are like ambrosia to have->You will only realize having Spoon in your Mouth filled with haleem after that you won’t even recognize that you are in this Earth it will take you to heaven…One more point to be Noted is it is available only during the Holy Month and it is generally served to end the Fasting ..Haleem is also served as a Starter in the Weddings like soup to get Started Off…For more details visit http://www.pistahouse.in/
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