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South Indian Recipes .NET: Puthandu / Tamil New Years Recipes

Puthandu Recipes Puthandu, or better known as Tamil New Year, is the celebration of the first day of the Tamil new year traditionally in mid-April by people of Tamil origin in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in India, and by the Tamil population in Malaysia, Singapore and Sri Lanka. People in the world greet each other on this day by saying Iniya Tamizh Puthaandu Nalvazhthukkal. This is in keeping with the Hindu solar calendar.

Puthandu Recipes for Tamil New Years

The new years for Tamilians all over! This day is filled with delicious variations of favorites such as parupu, pachadi (specifically mango pachidi), and vadai.