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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

GLOSSARY- PULSES, LENTILS & LEGUMES - A TO Z

English

Tamil

Hindi

Barley

Barley arisi

Jaun

Bengal gram

Kadalaiparuppu

Chenna dal

Black gram whole

Karuppu ulutham paruppu

Sabut urad dhal

Black gram split

Paadhi ulutham paruppu

Urad dal chilka

Black gram peeled

Vellai ulutham paruppu

Urad dhal

Black eyed peas

Vellai karamani

Lobhia

Cow peas

Karamani

Lobhia

Corn (maize)

Makka cholam

Makai

Chick pea-black

Kondaikadalai

Kala channa

Chick pea-white

Vellaikondakadalai

Kabul channa

Field beans

Pachai mochai

Bakla

Green gram whole

Pachaipayaru

Sabut moongdal

Green gram split

Payathamparuppu

Dhuli mungdhal

Horse gram

Kollu

Kuthli

Kidney beans

Sigappu kadalai

Rajma

Navy beans

Mochai kottai

Val dal

Pearl millet

Kambu

Bajra

Peas (green)

Pachai pattani

Sukhe matar

Peas (white)

Vellai pattani

Sukhe matar safaid

Peanuts

Verkadalai

Mungphali

Pigeon peas dry

Tuvaramparuppu

Toordhal

Ragi

Kezhvaragu

Ragi

Sago

Javvarisi

Sabudhana

Rice

Arisi

Chawal

Wheat

Godhumai

Gehu

21 comments :

  1. Dear Shanti
    This is something I was looking for. Printed and posted the page in the kitchen...now I dont have to browse through the net all the time to find the equivalent name in Hindi or English...really disgusting work.
    I feel good that you liked the Sundarban posting.
    Have a nice time.

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  2. Thanks for the perfect translation. Whenever required will refered to it.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  3. Informative post!! hey, but I think barley in hindi is not jowar but jau. Jowar is sorghum in english.

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  4. This is such an extensive list!!Thanx for posting

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  5. this is very useful for us who do not know tamil

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  6. ok, that is definitely going to come in handy, thanks for putting it together :)

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  7. Very useful and handy post.

    G
    http://ensamayalarangam.blogspot.com

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  8. Healful and informative post...thanks!!

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  9. Nice post,will be useful for sure!

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  10. Informative. Happy to follow u :)

    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  11. Hoping this is just the beginning, Shanthi...innum niraiya glossary vandhal it will be useful! A ready reckoner style is an excellent idea!

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