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The story of ker sangri is a story of survival in the Thar desert in Rajasthan The desert sun enervates all manner of vegetation but not the ker and the khejri trees — the fruits or pods of which are called sangri These tenacious trees have roots that go deep into the soil — so deep in fact that they can store enough water for seven months The berries of ker and pods of the khejri tree are the ingredients that lend the ker sangri its umami “The fun of Rajasthani food is that it was often made of ingredients that were dried and stored because of the nature of the seasons there Ker sangri is very good for travelling Its seasoning makes it like a pickle and it’s good to carry especially when you’re going abroad Ker sangri is all about what you eat it with I like to eat it with fried puris or lal dal ki puri” says Anju Poddar an author whose many books curate aspects of Indian culture While the ker sangri finds top billing at restaurants in Rajasthan and is even served as a part of the main course — as a dry side dish to be eaten with rotis or rice — it is no longer a staple in Marwari homes Instead it is increasingly being used to headline Marwari buffets That may be because making ker sangri is no easy task Delhi-based businesswoman Sarika Khandelwal says that her mother-in-law is the expert ker sangri maker at home “I know how to make it but I don’t It’s complicated with many spices and ingredients The sangri should be barik (thin) and not be allowed to change colour while being cooked The ker should be small and should remain yellow” When Mumbaiites want a fix of ker sangri and dal ki puri they turn to Suman Rungta’s catering service — S R Foods Marwaris too often order from her whenever there’s a party in the works”There are many ways in which ker and sangri can be made You can have sangri with curd or kadhi The ker can be had fried The same goes for the sangri as well Gujaratis love sangri because it is a dry vegetable that they consume during Padushan — a Jain festival involving a long fasting period” Rungta uses fresh tangy berries sourced straight from Nagaur in Rajasthan While ker sangri is being made less frequently in India there are Marwaris settled abroad who can’t have enough of it “It is sometimes impossible to find ingredients from one part of India in another But outside India all the stores are ‘Indian’ They keep almost all possible things from every part of the country” says blogger Anshu Bhatnagar who is originally from Jodhpur and moved to the US eight years ago Bhatnagar finds herself cooking and eating her favourite dish often “I still remember my mom cooking ker sangri in a large quantity and us enjoying it for many days” she says Learn how to make ker sangri pickle using this recipe Where to buy ker and sangri: Mumbai * Chheda stores Price: Ker (100g) – Rs 200 sangri (100g) – Rs 140 Address: Chheda stores in Santacruz (W) market Contact: 26491646 * Aarti Collection Price: Ker (1kg) – Rs 1600 sangri (1kg) – Rs 1000 Address:Aarti Collection at Chandralok Napean Sea Road Contact:23686302 * Marwadi specialty store Address: Marwadi specialty store Malad (W) Station Road behind MM Mithaiwala Kolkata * Bhagya Laxmi Address: Bhagya Laxmi Ballygunge Contact: 033 2289 5278 * Vijay Laxmi Price: Ker (1kg) – Rs 1200 sangri (1kg) – Rs 800 Adress: Vijay Laxmi Lord Sinha Road Contact: 2282 7636 * Marwadi stores Address: Marwadi stores Barabazar * New Shah Store Address: New Shah Store Hungerford Street Hyderabad * Balaji Supermarket Price: Ker (100g) – Rs 210 sangri (100g) – Rs 105 Address: Balaji Supermarket Basheer Bagh Contact: 23224949 * Marwadi stores Marwadi stores Monda Market Secunderabad Marwadi stores Begum Bazar New Delhi * Marwari Hari Mirch Price: Ker (1kg) – Rs 1000 sangri (1kg) – Rs 1200 Address: Marwari Hari Mirch Jwalaheri Market Paschim Puri Contact: 25270586 keeps ker at Rs 1000 per kg and sangri at Rs 1200 per kg * Marwadi stores Address: Marwadi stores Khari Baoli Chandni Chowk Bangalore * Marwadi stores Address: Marwadi stores Koramangla Chennai * Marwadi stores Address: Marwadi stores Sowcarpet For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratik Kanjilal | Published: October 1 2017 12:04 am Read and tell: The forces behind the appropriation of history run so deep that they can sweep over even legitimate historians Related News Last week the Indian diplomatic community had a go at Pakistan at the United Nations The brownie points were all high-score for a change with our neighbour being dismissed as “Terroristan” according to damaging indices — India has created IITs and IIMs while Pakistan has created Lashkar and so on Of course the tables would have been turned if some standard developmental indices were compared Critics pointed out that the General Assembly was not a duck shooting gallery but was intended for higher things True but in endless skirmishes it’s always nice to have some brownie points stashed away in case of emergencies Coincidentally the day the verbal shrapnel was flying I was reading Robert A Heinlein’s The Door into Summer a science fiction classic (sounds illogically contradictory) It is not his best — that honour must go to Stranger in a Strange Land — since the plot hinges on time travel which violates the law of conservation of mass and energy It is best read at an age which regards such inconveniences as minor Older readers will find a few interesting asides which reveal how Golden Age science fiction (following Robert Silverberg’s timeline) saw the evolution of geopolitics In this future India has been repeatedly balkanised and Pakistan is hectoring and threatening it as always presumably in multilateral fora the successors of the UN The Door into Summer was serialised in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1956 At the time progress in engineering and materials science had made the future seem imminent while robotics cybernetics and genomics were yet to advance the horizons of the imaginable Authors of the period looked forward no more than a few decades which would place the predicted balkanisation of India… well about now When history real and imagined is central to politics it is useful to read historical texts Not just history books which are obviously important — witness how much bile Audrey Trushke’s very plain-dealing monograph on Aurangzeb continues to generate months after its release It is also instructive to read fiction which has itself become part of the historical record if only to see how accurately it read the future which is our present Historians on history are also illuminating In 1993 not long after the Babri Masjid was brought down laying the foundations for the rise of Hindutva Eric Hobsbawm delivered a lecture inaugurating the academic year at the Central European University Budapest in which he foretold the central role that historians would play in the politics of the 21st century It appeared in 1997 as the essay ‘Outside and Inside History’ in the collection On History (Weidenfeld & Nicolson) Its subject is not India primarily but rather the history of postwar eastern Europe which was racing to catch up with the developed world using imported models — first socialism and then capitalism — and a nativist backlash was inevitable When future historians look back on India in the first decades of the 21st century they may see precisely this The modern age was created by a model combining parliamentary democracy with free-market capitalism In postwar eastern Europe Hobsbawm saw this as a reaction to its predecessor — under the umbrella of socialism the Bolshevik project “modernising backward agrarian economies by planned industrial revolution” But capitalism does not always fire on all six It has its cycles and crashes The countries of eastern and central Europe he wrote were “disappointed in their past largely disappointed with their present and uncertain about their future This is a very dangerous situation People will look for someone to blame for their failures and insecurities” He looked ahead to “movements inspired by xenophobic nationalism and intolerance The easiest is always to blame the strangers” In contemporary India this is how the day’s headlines read and “intolerance” is part of the political lexicon Hobsbawm also predicted that historians would be embattled “for history is the raw material for nationalist or ethnic or fundamentalist ideologies as poppies are the raw material for heroin addiction… If there is no suitable past it can always be invented… The past legitimises The past gives a more glorious background to a present that doesn’t have much to celebrate” A disparaging reference to a book on the Indus Valley civilisation titled Five Thousand Years of Pakistan (1950) follows in which he observes that the very name dates from the 1930s and that Mohenjo Daro and Islamabad have about as much in common as the heroes of the Trojan War do with the government in Ankara History is commonly manipulated by nativists but the book in question is by the renowned archaeologist Sir Mortimer Wheeler the father of stratigraphy and the driving force behind crucial excavations at Harappa and Arikamedu It appears that the forces behind the appropriation of history run so deep that they can sweep over even legitimate historians For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: July 15 2010 11:09 am Related News Infamous for their conservative outlook towards love and marriagethe khap panchayats are finding their way on to the silver screen with several Bollywood directors lining up films based on honour killings TV soap maker Ajai Sinha and director Avtar Bhogal are the latest to try and use a cinematic medium to deal with the complex issue Known for soaps such as “Ghar Ek Sapna” “Haasratein” and “Astitva” Sinha decided to make “Khap- A Story Of Honour Killing” after he came across a related newspaper article “These killings have taken place even in the capital Delhi also My film has borrowed from many such incidents and it’s not particularly based on any one incident It is inspired from all and not one” says Sinha The film stars Om PuriYuvika ChaudharyGovind NamdeoMohnish Behl and Manoj Pahwa in pivotal roles “I visited some places in Haryana where this tradition is still followed I talked to panchayat members and villagers as a part of my research on the film” says Sinha Khap panchayats are local caste councils in northern India which are against inter-caste and same gotra (sub-caste) marriages Honour killings have taken place in these parts of the country but in recent months there has been a spurt in the cases including a sensational triple murder case in the capital city last month Even Non-Resident Indians have carried out heineous crime in countries like Britain Director Avtar Bhogal’s “Honour Killing – God Forgive Me” traces the honour killing issue among NRIs in UK The film stars Indian and Pakistani film artists including Zara ShiekhJaved ShiekhTom AlterGulshan Grover and Prem Chopra “Asians have left their original homes in search of peace and abundanceyet still they carry with them the attitudes from which they wished to escape in the first place There is no place for such heinous acts in a freefair and liberal society like Britain which hasafter allgiven them shelter” says Bhogalwho earlier directed Dimple Kapadia and Raj Babbar starrer “Zakhmi Aurat” in 1988 He says honour killing is not a subject for commercial cinema and may end up losing part of his investment as a produce “I want to urge the authorities to take stringent measures to curb this menace and want to create awareness within the communities engaged in this reprehensible practise” he says Both directors feel cinema as a medium has the capacity to bring in the much needed change of mindset in the society “My film has the message that its not justice to kill anybody marrying with in a gotra It is undemocratic and against freedom of choice” says Sinha “My film is a protest against such traditions and practise India is not one Khap Panchyat Murder in the name of honour is not acceptable India of today will not tolerate it” says Bhogal “Cinema can bring awareness and mould the public opinionmaking the Government to act against honour killings I have made a small attempt at that” he adds Sinha is not afraid of offending anybody as the film deals with the much debated issue “We are showing the bothgood and bad sides of Khap panchayats Its not a movie on their good part only I am showing whats in front of our eyes today” he says National-award winning director Priyadarshan is making Aakrosha hard hitting film dealing with love across caste barriers and honour killing set in Bihar The film stars Ajay DevgnAkshaye Khanna and Bipasha Basu EarlierDibakar Banerjee’s “LoveSex aur Dhoka” had made a mention of the issue in one of the three stories in the film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPachnanda found out about a competition for students to submit their ? which alluded to a poem by Mahmoud Darwish.

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