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       D. GREEK ALFA
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 01. UNIVERSAL SEARCH                                                 SHOPPING
EARTH ON THE MOVEAll matters in this world animate or in animate, are doing one common job, namely "Searching". As per the Newton's law of Gravitation, "Any 2 bodies in the universe attract each other. The force of attraction is directly proportional to the product of their masses and indirectly proportional to the square of their distance". Hence, all  matters in the universe, are searching for any other matter to attract. Just think !! Why should the bodies attract the mass and repel the distance ?". Because all matters in the universe are from one common  primordial  mass, in a
cycle to become a total energy and back to a solid mass !! Matter always wishes to be together as a single mass. So any 2 matter always attract (like/love).  If masses are apart, the distance (filled with "Ether" medium made of the separating force) is a impediment/hindrance to be together. Hence the pieces of mass apart hate/dislike the distance.  This concept of attraction and repulsion between all masses is applicable to all inanimate/living beings as well as the components of the universe of energy. In an energy form the universal matter exist as positive (+) or negative(-). Opposite charges attract. Same charges repel. Attraction is motivated by the enjoyment after a search, and the Repulsion inducts the urge for searching to attract.   
 02. CLAY SEARCH
PRIMITIVE TRIBE                                                              SHOPPING
All species in the world are born on earth (surface or the water content) and hence they should depend and search for the earth's contents.  One such item is "clay".
Native people, all over the world, search for a particular quality of clay and cook food in earthen pots. They also often mix clay with tannin-rich foods such as acorns, before cooking them. (Acorn is the fruit of oak, similar to tropic
pulpy vegetable  like jack fruit, with a pungent thick milky substances inside.  Phenolic resin type tannins, which are bitter chemicals produced by plants to protect the vegetables/fruits against bacteria and fungi). Many animals also eat clay, which is not only an effective way of binding and excreting various toxins in the stomach. Also clay lines the gut, to protect against many gastrointestinal problems.
A type of clay regularly mined by mountain gorillas in Rwanda (a landlocked in the  central Africa, formerly a German colony)  is very similar to the kaolin (china clay) sold in chemist’s shops, for relief of upset stomachs. Another good source of clay are termite mounds. Chimpanzees are often seen breaking off chunks of soil from them and eat. In one close study of five chimps seen eating termite soil, all were found to be suffering from gastrointestinal problems. (Who taught them to do this ? Please see 08 below).
 03. ELEPHANT  SEARCH                                                    SHOPPING

AFRICAN ELEPHANT - RISKY SEARCHERElephants
in Kenya, Africa, over many generations searched and found a cave on the side of Mount Elgon (an extinct volcano in the western side, in the Uganda border). This was mined by generations of elephants. It is estimated that they have taken out about 5 million litres of rock in the last 2 million years. Access to the cave is tricky and dangerous, but the animals are willing to risk death to get there. The bones of those who didn't make have lined up on the trail. From inside they dig out the soft rock with their tusks, grind it with their teeth and then swallow it. It was found that these are salt rocks containg 100 times more sodium than they can get from the plants, which they normally eat. Also they were  rich in potassium and calcium. Sodium is vital for all metabolic processes, especially for handling the toxins which are  inevitable part of a plant diet. About 40% of the plant food  contain some sort of offensive chemicals. (Who taught them to do this ? Please see 08below).
 04. HATCHING  SEARCH WORKER ROOSTER AND OUPUT CHICKEN                                           SHOPPING
Man has a keen observation capacity and able to convert the job of nature into an artificial process for mass production. One such event is the “egg hatching”. Egg productiob is an internal process inside the ovary of a chicken (female). But hatching it is an external mechanical job of a Rooster (male cock). The thought “Why the hatching cannot be done through an artificial incubator ?” lead to the history of hatchery trade in the world.
3,000 and odd years before eggs were hatched in 19 to 21 days by  early Egyptians in incubator made of mud. Aristotle, the Greek philosopher, writing of poultry in about 400BC, describes a similar method to Egyptian incubators. By the mid 1600's Europeans had bought Egyptian experts to Europe to build and operate an Egyptian type hatchery, but they were not successful and the project was abandoned.  Late in the 1750's a famous French researcher in artificial incubation, De Beaumur, said that Egypt should be more proud of her incubators than their pyramids. Over the next 100 years more experimental incubators were produced, some using hot water, some heated by charcoal and others by steam. The years 1929  to the early 1940's was a period of economic depression throughout the world. Yet it was during this decade the electric forced “draught egg incubator” was developed.
The human failure throughout this research and development process was “at the end of hatching, the young chicken got stuck to the shell and died by their inability to come out”.  Intricate mental searches on this occurrence failed   Man had no alternative  except to search for a  Rooster ask him about the trick of the trade!! A closer approach to ask the secret ended in an angry fight and rooster byte !!. It was decided to set up a watch tower above a well seated hatching Rooster, with his egg collection. The surprising event was the Rooster turning the egg direction frequently and continue to sit and hatch. This provided a vital clue that the embryo develops a sticky membrane around during its growth. This sticks to the internal surface of the shell. This internal catch should be released immediately by turning the direction of the growing embryo. From then the artificial incubators were provided with a lever to change the direction of the egg by 45 degrees, every 12 hours. The temperature, turning angle and turning interval are optimised in the modern digital incubators, a vital utility in Poultry business. (Who taught the Rooster to do this ? Please see 08below).
 05. MDRUG SEARCHING MONKEYONKEY  SEARCH                                                  SHOPPING
Hugo
groups of chimpanzees in Gombe national park
(Tanzania, Africa), search  for the leaves of a plant called Aspilia rudis. The shrub was not part of chimpanzees' usual diet.  Also the leaves are rough, sharp and extremely nasty to eat. Yet Hugos search, get it, and eat the leaves in a particular way. Carefully folding them up concertina-style (coiling & collapsing) and holding them briefly in the mouth before swallowing. It is like taking an rural  medicine by a primitive man. Other chimps were also seen occasionally eating about 19 other plants (not part of their foods) with rough leaves, in the same way.
In 1972,  this attracted the attention of the  researchers in the Gombe (Tanzania, Africa). They found that Aspilia leaves were used by local herbalists for stomach upsets and that they contained chemicals which were both antibacterial and attacked gut  parasites (worms). The leaves were excreted whole and, when examined closely, tiny nodular worms that infect the gut could be seen wriggling on the barbs or the edges of the leaf surface. (Gut is the part of the alimentary or the digestive tube from the stomach to the anus, or the end opening exiting the stools).
At the Awash falls in Ethiopia, there are two
baboon populations, one above the hill and another below. The fruit of the tree Balanites aegyptiaca,  is used by the locals as a de-worming drug. They grow in both the up and down the hill areas. But it is only the lower baboons, which are exposed to a parasite spread by water snails, search for the fruit and eat it. (Who taught them to do this ? Please see 08 below).
 06. SNAKE  SEARCH                                                            SHOPPING
SNAKE SPIRAL
KING COBRA IN SEARCH
Snakes do not have any audio tool like ear, to hear any sound. But their body structure itself is a tube, which resonates to sound.  Also, sound sensing tubes of different lengths and diameter are imbedded below their skin all around. They minutely sense the vibrations below (ground,  tree or water) and on the surface as well as above in the air. They synchronise the video frequency generated from their sharp eyes with the audio frequencies from the body. They are experts  to classify each  frequency combination of the vibrations and relate it to their environment (good or bad). They go away from unwanted audio + video frequency combinations. Also they search for and prefer to be around the soothing and acceptable audio + video frequency combinations.
Selected varieties of snakes have an extra instinct in this frequency combination ability. The rattle snakes produce a reference sound to compare and finely classify the observed sounds around. The King Cobra, search and go to locations of musical performances to get an enhanced soothing and acceptable frequency environment.
Ancient South Indian Karnatak music researchers have studied this characteristic behaviour of the King Cobra and composed  a raga called Punnaga Varali with a selected combination of musical notes (In Thamizh language, Pun = Appealing. Naga = Cobra. Varali = Exposition). In any public music performance, if a song is played in Punnaga varali ragam (Vocal or instrumental), the audience expect the entry of a King Cobra from anywhere !!   Is it not similar to the behaviour of human babies who could be inducted to sleep by singing a fine tune ? (Who taught them to do this ? Please see 08 below).
SNAKE SPIRAL
 07. WHY NO  SEARCH                                                         SHOPPING

DO NOT HEAR - SEE - SPEAK In the rural area, Wild Monkies, Elephants and many other captive species live in the human environment, over the past many centuries. Why none of them  got the idea of building a home for them, cultivating their food items in a captive area, even after their continuous observation of the activities of their human partners (leave alone the idea of cooking and eating !!) ?
On the other hand the birds (particularly Eagle, Crow and Sparrow) build their nests to deliver and hatch their eggs ! The spider weaves their nets to catch their prey ! The bees build their hive in groups to save the honey,  live and expand their population !
(Who taught them to do this ? Please see 08 below).
 08. ANATOMY OF  SEARCH
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MAN IN A SEARCH RUN
All animate species in this world actively search for some specific individual needs. These needs vary between Animals, Birds, Botanical species (Trees, Shrebs etc..), Human, Insects (Ants, Bees etc..), Microbes (Bacteria, Virus etc..) and the Reptiles (Fish, Snake etc..). Search serves as  a teacher to update the methods, progress, research and  development.  The  updating component motivate the species to become intelligent and lead a higher standard of life. Among the 7 species identified, the 18 search items could be tabulated as below.

No SEARCH FOR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TOTAL
ANI
MALS
BIRDS BOTA
NICAL
HUMAN INSECTS MICROBES REPTILES

1

ACHIEVEMENT

X

1
2 AIR X X X X X X X 7
3 CLOTHING X 1
4 FAMILY X 1
5 FAME X 1
6 FOOD X X X X X X X 7
7 HAPPINESS X 1
8 HEAT/COLD X X X X X X X 7
9 HOME X X X X 4
10 KNOWLEDGE X 1
11 LIGHT/DARK X X X X X X X 7
12 LUXURY X 1
13 PEACE X 1
14 PLEASURE X X X X X X X 7
15 SAFETY X X X X X 5
16 SOCIAL X X X X X 5
17 WATER X X X X X X X 7
18 WEALTH X 1

 Home  : Birds and Insects like Ants, Bees build their on nest or a hive. Reptiles like snake occupy a hole or an anthill by force.
 Social
   : Same species living together. 

Air, Food, Heat/Cold, Light/Darkness, Pleasure (in their respective domain) and Water (6)  are searched by all the 7 species. Safety and Social needs (2) scores 5 out of 7. Home scores 4 out of 7. The remaining 10 are searched only by the human. It leads to the conclusion that all the 6 species (except human) do not have a component in their brain that the human is having to search for the remaining components of life. That is the "Thinking" faculty.                                                            SHOPPING
MOTIVATORS INSIDE A BRAIN
Induction of thoughts, ideas and behavior is a frame of mind controlled by the neurons in the brain cells. These cells are impregnated with  5 basic  controllers of the  universe, namely  All pervasive Ether, Air, Heat, Matter (Mass) and  Water. The brain contents are common for all species in the universe. These constitute the 5 edges of a Pentagon. The activated edges motivate the related  thinking faculty. In human all the edges are active, while in other species only a few.

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  01. SUB LIFE                                                         SHOPPING
 During
1960s, Yegyan was one of the fortunate and bold tenants of a 2 bed room flat in 19/A, Baudhaji cross road, Matunga, Bombay.  I along with 5 more persons were his subtenants. During the period 1950 to 1980, Bombay was the main job market for any assorted skills/qualifications. Also, Matunga was a preferred residential locality for any South Indian (Andhra, Karnataka, Kerala, & Tamil Nadu) with clean and sparing habits. But to rent a full house and stay was expensive. Hence, people like Yegyan helped the deserving persons like me, by subletting his house. To save money, people like Yegyan, live in Bombay as family- bachelor (a person leaving his wife and children away at home and living alone) and keep up to 6 other persons of a mix of real (unmarried) and family-bachelors.

The history behind this philosophy and philanthropy  has a correlation to the  2nd World war  (1939 to 1945). During the war Bombay was vulnerable to attack due to the key location having 2 refineries (Burmah Shell and Esso), catering to the needs of the Air force, Army, Navy of the Allies. In the middle of the war, on August 1942 the “Quit India Resolution” (directed towards appealing the British rulers to quit out of India),  was passed at the Bombay session of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) and on August 9, 1942 Indian leader, Mohandas (Mahathma) Gandhi was arrested in Bombay by the British forces. This spread a rumour that normal domestic Indians could be tortured by the British army and police.
 02. BOMBAY BLANK
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As a result of the arrest of Gandhi, in the midst of the war, all the immigrated population from other Indian states evacuated Bombay in 1940s and went back to their respective native locations. All the residential buildings in Bombay were deserted, even though nothing alarming incidents happened to the day to day life in Bombay. But some bold persons like Yegyan ventured to return and started renting the houses, by 1946 (Just after the World war 2, which ended in 1945). The landlords were very happy, and  offered a 2 bed room flat for a rent of as low as 30 Indian Rupees (Rs)    (About 9 US$ at the exchange rate in those days) per month. But every one who left Bombay started returning after the independence on 15th August 1947, and the demand for residential flats abruptly increased. The land lords who offered a 2 bed room flat for Rs 30 decided to increase it to Rs 150 (About 45 US$) per month.
But the Bombay Rent Control Act of the Government,  frozen all residential rents up to 1993, to the 1947 levels.

People like Yagyan took advantage of this government legacy by paying a rent of Rs 30 to the land lord, and keeping 6 other persons of a mix of real (unmarried) and family-bachelors, and collecting Rs 25 from each. Hence he got a net gain of  Rs 120 per month (6X25 = 150 - 30 = Rs 120).
 03. PANNAI  PONNAMBI                                        SHOPPING
One of my room mate was "Pannai Ponnambi". Pannai means a large land lord (owning 100 acres or more),  Pon means a gold and Ambi is a beloved boy, in Tamil (Thamizh). This is his alias name. Actually nobody know his real name. During the british rule and after, the Indian villagers preserved and propagated their superiority by coining  such prefix and suffix titles suited to their own prestige level, and attached them to their names. These titles were considered more important than their native names, and carried forward in their family tree.  In case of Pannai Ponnambi, his grand father owned an estate of about 120 acres in the village called "Gopalasamudram" (in Tirunelveli district, Tamil Nadu. India), during 1800s. Their monthly income was around Rs 2,500 (About US$ 524) per month, which was an affluent sum, because of the strong purchasing power of the Indian Rupee (Rs 4.77 = 1 US$ ) This landed property was inherited by his father and subsequently by Ponnambi and his elder brother. Ponnambi along his  his elder brother,  in the pride of the family wealth,
a) Enjoyed the best life comforts and pleasures.
b) Idled at home,  extracted the maximum output from the farm
     workers, without compensating them with what they deserve.
c) Not planning for any reinvestment and productive growth.
d) Mortgaged their lands to get money to further upgraded
    comforts and enjoyment, without even thinking how they could
    return the loans.
As a by-product of their lethargic acts,   lost all the lands and became bankrupt, during 1960s. This forced Ponnambi to get a clerical job at Rs 120/- (US$ 26) per month,  in the "Automobile Products of India". (Located near the Bhandup railway station in Kurla-Thane link at Bombay, manufacturing Lambretta scooters and 3 wheelers in collaboration with Innocenti, Milano, Italy). 

In 1960s, in Bombay, a person getting Rs 120 per month can comfortably live and save about Rs 23 (Monthly expenditure was Breakfast and tiffin = Rs 12; Lunch & Dinner = Rs 30; Sharing rent = Rs 25; Railway pass = Rs 10; Washing and bathing expenses = Rs 10; Miscellaneous = Rs 10. Total = Rs 97. Monthly saving = 120 - 97 = Rs 23. In the rural areas the monthly expenses per peson was about Rs 45). This was because of the strong purchasing power of Indian Rupee (1 US$ = 4.77 Rs).
 04. MOVIE MANIAC                                             SHOPPING
Pannai ponnambi is a social person and developed friendship with me others residing with us and also many local maharashtrians. He lerned Marathi language fluently to speak, read and write. As a by product of these association, he developed a taste for Maharashtrian sweet "Sheera" (See Recipe below).
His favourite passtime was to see a Thamizh movie, every Saturday night.
Eventhough Bombay was the capital of the Marathi speaking Maharashtra, from historical times, it was a popular cosmopolitan city. It was because of the natural port, international business and banking centre, and the growth of textile mills supported by the humid air. It was a home of many diversified linguistic persons.  Matunga being a Thamizh dominated area, there was a theatre called "Arora Cinma" in the adjust area near the "King's Circle" garden (Currently Maheshwari Udhyan), in the main road connecting Dadar with Sion). This cinema theatre specialised in screening the latest Thamizh movies. In 1965 the hit Thamizh movie was "Enga Vettup Pillai (Son of our house)" with the famous hero M.G.Rama Chandran (MGR 1917 to 1987. Chi
ef Minister of Thamizh nadu, India, from 1977 to 1987). He carried the title "Puratchith Thalyver (Revolutionist Leader). Thamizh heroes  adorn these titles more than their names, even though nobody knows who gave these titles and what for it was  given!! Famous heroine Saroja Devi (carrying the title "Kannadadhdhup Paingili" or Lovable parrot of the Karnataka region in India) was co-starring with him. 
Ponnambi decided to see this movie in his traditional rural dress and took me as an accompanying friend. In a small stainless steel box he took about 10 cubes of his favourite Sheera, to add taste to the tongue, while the movie entertains his vision and brain. The show started at 9 PM and ended at 12.30 after midnight. To reach back nome, we have to cut through the Kings's circle garden.
 05. CALL OF THE NATURE                                    SHOPPING
When we reached the centre of the garden,  Ponnambi had an urgent 1st call of nature. He was searching for a method to release the nature's call immediately.  Suddenly he saw a dog releasing the call  under a tall tree in the garden in a relaxed mode and running happily. Being an odd time in the night without any human movement around, he decided the method demonstrated by the stray dog. He went behind the tree and released his call of nature. When he was in the middle of the release, a police man appeared from his left side, as if he was called by the nature's trigger. He caught Ponnambi in action, and said the it is a public park and any unhygienic activity by releasing the call of nature is a punishable offence. Ponnambi said "Sir, you have caught me in action and I also accept the charges made by you. But, having caught me, let me complete the full call of nature !! So that you have a case of a completed offence, and I have the satisfaction of a relaxed arrest !! Also, I did exactly the same performing  act as guided by a dog. So you have to arrest the dog also and punish, so that you have 2 solid cases to your account". The police officer laughed and said "I appreciate your double justification for my arrest of a completed act, under IPC 278, as well as your satisfied and completed offence. If I arrest and beat the dog, then I  deemed to have committed an offence under IPC  279 and 336 of the cruelty to animals act,  and  become punishable. So, dogs are provided with the fundamental right to clear their call of nature at any place of their choice, while the human beings are not".
 06. STIMULATION OF THE SHEERA                    SHOPPING
All of a sudden, Ponnambi performed a magical act !! He opened the steel box in hand, took out 2 Sheera cubes, offered to the police officer and said "I am happy to meet a committed police officer, who is not only duty conscious, but also knows the dangling  law behind the duty. So I offer these 2 pieces of Sheera as a return gesture for my well supported arrest".  The police officer was perplexed. By then, It was 2 AM of the next day. The tanker of the Bombay municipal corporation was watering the tree and washed of the residues of the act of 1, by both the dog and Ponnambi.  The police officer said "OK my dear friend, now your sins are diluted and washed off. Please go home and have a sound sleep. But remember to clear off of your calls of the nature in any nearest toilet, before you enter any public place. I thank you for your tasty Sheeras".
While we were walking back towards the home, I heard Ponnambi murmuring "There is always a feeling of oneness with nature and an extraordinary comfort in off loading the 1st call in the open air".
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FOOT NOTE :
Indian Penal Code (IPC) 278 : Making  atmosphere noxious to health.   Whoever vitiates the  atmosphere  in any  place so as to make it noxious  to the health of person,  in  general dwelling or carrying  on business in the  neighborhood  or passing along a public way, shall be  punished with fine which may extend  to five hundred rupees. Sections 11 and 38 of the prevention against Cruelty to Animals Act 1960 and IPC 279 and 336 protect the animals against the cruel acts of a human beings).
MORAL : Be with nature and be natural to clear the calls of nature. But beware of the constraints of the Law.

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01. BOMBAY – AN INTRODUCTION 
Bombay in India is the equivalent of Newyork , the commercial capital city in USA. The cine industry (primarily the Hindi) of India thrives in Bombay because of the  abundance of commercial cash flow. Hence, some call it as   Bollywood to cut a similarity with the “Hollywood” of USA. It is an absurd, because the money flow  in the cine field of Bombay is insignificant, when compared either with that of Hollywood or with the aggregate  amount flowing in the Bombay city business transactions, per day.
 Formerly known as Bombay or  today's Mumbai is an amalgamation of seven islands (Colaba, Mumbai, Mazagaon, Old Woman's island, Wadala, Mahim, Parel, and Matunga-Sion.) The Portuguese called the islands "Bombay" meaning "Good Bay". These islands were ruled by the Hindu dynasties, the Muslims and then were presented to King Charles II in 1661 as part of the dowry when he married Princess Catherine de Braganza of Portugal. Bombay was handed over to the East India Company in 1668. It started growing as a trade center owing to shift of the shipbuilding industry from Surat (in Gujerat). The opening of the  Suez Canal after the American Civil War, enabled export of cotton from Bombay. It also played an important role in the freedom struggle of India. The first Indian National Congress was hosted in Bombay in 1885. Bombay was also the capital of the Bombay Presidency that was divided into Gujarat and Maharsahtra later. Since 1996, Bombay has been officially known as Mumbai, derived from the name of Goddess Mumbadevi. In 1927 the first electric locomotives manufactured by Metropolitan Vickers of England were put into service for passenger trains up to Poona and Igatpuri on the GIP (Great Indian Peninsular) railway. Today, it is the state capital of Maharashtra and the financial capital of India. Bombay is also often referred to as the “city that never sleeps”, because of the round the clock business, commercial and domestic activities.
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In August 1942 the “Quit India Resolution” (directed towards appealing the British rulers to wuit out of India),  was passed at the Bombay session of the All India Congress Committee (AICC). On August 9, 1942 Indian leader, Mohandas (Mahathma) Gandhi was arrested in Bombay by British forces, in the midst of the World War 2 (1939 to 1945).
After Indian independence on 15th August 1947, many former princely states, including the Gujarat  and the Deccan, were merged with the former Bombay province, which was renamed the State of Bombay. The State of Bombay was significantly enlarged on November 1, 1956, expanding eastward to incorporate the Marathi-speaking Marathwada region of Hyderabad State attached with the southernmost, Kannada-speaking portion, the Marathi-speaking Vidarbha region of southern Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarati-speaking Saurashtra and Kutch. On May 1, 1960, Bombay Presidency State was split into the new linguistic states of Maharashtra (by separating  the Gujarat portion) with Yashwantrao Chavan (May 1, 1960 - November 19, 1962), as the Chief Minister.
 03. INDIAN PROSPERITY                                         SHOPPING
Bombay as a main business centre, particularly by the cotton and cloth trade (called the Manchester of India) kept the  Indian Rupee strong. (Rs - Created and tied to British Pounds by the British rulers). Mumbai contributes 10% of Indian factory employment, 40% of Indian income tax collections, 60% of Indian customs duty collections, 20% of Indian central excise tax collections, 40% of India's foreign trade and Rs 40 billion (US$ 9 billion) in corporate taxes. Rs was an official, strong and dominating currency in the Middle, East and Far East regions.  As seen from the following table, Rs was very strong with reference to US$ up to 1980, and thereafter it started dwindling.

(1 US$ Rates to Indian Rupees)
1940 3.32
1950 4.79
1960 4.77
1970 7.56
1980 7.89
1990 17.49
2000 45.00
Source : http://eh.net/hmit/exchangerates/

Historically  Bombay was the centre for commercial and technical education. The University of Bombay is one of the oldest and premier Universities in India. It was established in 1857 consequent upon "Wood's Education Dispatch" (Sir Charles Wood 1800 - 1885, 1st Viscount Halifax and Secretary of State for India in Lord Palmerston's second government 1859–1866). and it is one amongst the first three Universities in India. (The other 2 are University of Calcutta and University of Madras.  The author of this site holds a B.Sc from the University of Madras and a Ph.D from the University of Bombay). It has been given a five-star ranking by NAAC (The National Assessment and Accreditation Council  is an education accreditor, an   autonomous body funded by University Grants Commission of Government of India). The name of the University was changed from University of Bombay to University of Mumbai according to a Government Gazette dated 4 September 1996. It is abbreviated as either (UOM) for University of Mumbai or as (MU) for Mumbai University. It has two campuses of area 230 acres and 13 acres, with 1.25 million square feet of built-up area, 22 thousand square feet of class-rooms and 84 thousand square feet of laboratory space. It has two post-graduate centers, 354 affiliated colleges and 36 Departments. It has established its name in industrial collaborations and runs various professional courses

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(MAHARASHTRIAN) SHEERA (SWEET)

 Preparation Time : 10 minutes.
Cooking Time :
10 minutes
   To Serve  : 4

Ingredients (Cup = Tea Cup)
       10   Numbers        Cashewnuts
         4   Numbers        Cardamoms
         3   Table spoon   Fresh flavour ghee
         1   Cup                Milk
       10   Numbers        Raisins
         1  Cup                Semolina (Rawa/Sooji)
      3/4  Cup                 Sugar
         1  Cup                 Water

Preparation

  01. Remove the skins and Crush the 4  cardamoms
        to make it into a smooth  powder
  02. Roast Semolina  in a concave bottom pan with
       Fresh flavour ghee till it gets a light brown
       colour.
  03. Remove the roasted Semolina from the pan and
        keep it in a bowl.
  04. Keep the pan on the stove and add  water into
        the pan.
  05. Add Cardamom powder from 01 above, Cashew
       nuts, Milk, Sugar and Raisins.
  06. Bring it to a boil, with  constant stirring.
  07. Slowly add the roasted Semolina from the pan in
        03 above, stirring continuously.
  08. Close the fire.
  09. Cover the pan for 2 minutes.
  10. Serve hot - 2 Table spoons in a quarter
       plate per person, with a tea spoon to eat.
 

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