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    The link is dead. Could you pls upload again. Thanks.

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    I have lot of books(all in English) PDF format on Cooking including Sanjeev Kapoor..etc. If any body is interested I will try to upload...shridhar

  3. #23


    We would love to have them Sridhar. Thanks for the offer and looking forward to download them.

  4. #24

    Default Please Upload,

    Hi Sridhar,
    Please upload your e-books on cooking.


  5. #25


    Links for the first lot (Thanks to the orginal uploader)

    ( COOKERY )

    2. Sanjeev Kapoor's Complete food Guide Part 1, part 2, Part 3 LInks

    ps: you have to down load all three parts for operning rar files. If any body has problem with rapid fire the same can be uploaded in mediafire..Shridhar
    Last edited by Shridhar Bhatt; 04-08-2009 at 11:13 AM.

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    thanks. any other veg recipes in pdf do you have

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    Dear Sridhar Sir
    Please reupload it on MF. Rapid share unable to access.

  8. #28


    Dear sridhar Bhattji

    thanks for sharing
    pls upload im MF.


  9. #29


    thank you ...........

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    rapidshare allow one time download per day for free user. If one have to download all the three parts of zip file it takes 3 days to complete the download. can it be corrected?

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    Dear Madam
    I am unable to download the receipies items. can you pl reload the same

  12. #32


    Thank you for the Sanjeev kapoor Guide. I need Astro Software for Vakkia panchangam. If it is available ple provide me.

  13. #33


    Kindly re up load as links are dead ! Thank you !
    Nothing is more difficult, and therefore more precious, than to be able to decide.
    - Napoleon Bonaparte

  14. #34


    that pdf file Not working (

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    Warning: Bone Char – our daily consumption through sugar

    Thanks to Dr Natarajan Viswanathan, University of Illinois in Chicago, an ardent devotee of Kanchi Acharyas who shared this important information. While this article focuses mainly on US consumers, the problem in India on white sugar is slightly different – they seem to use sulphuric acid to bleach to attain white color. While that does not involve animal product but extremely bad for our health. It is important to be aware of this and avoid as much as possible. Turbinado sugar is available everywhere and let us at least not use these kind of sugar for doing neiveidhyam, for swami-related needs. Honestly, I was so ignorant of this fact fully. While I knew that animal bones are used, I did not know that it is heavily used in US…What was more shocking is the fine brown sugar which I use it almost on a daily basis for abishekam….I did not know that they simply add molasses to achieve brown color….

    Thanks mama for the important share…

    Following text are from authentic sources from the web:

    Refined sugar — the kind that’s added to coffee, cookie dough and cake batter — is made from either sugarcane or sugar beets. The two have near-identical nutritional facts and tastes, and they are used about equally in the States. But, their refining process is different. To manufacture table sugar from sugarcane, sugarcane stalks are crushed to separate the juice from the pulp. The juice is processed and heated to crystalize, and is then filtered and bleached with bone char, which results in sugar’s pristine white color.

    Bone char, which is used to process sugar, is made from the bones of cattle from Afghanistan, Argentina, India, and Pakistan. The bones are sold to traders in Scotland, Egypt, and Brazil who then sell them back to the U.S. sugar industry. The European Union and the USDA heavily regulate the use of bone char. Only countries that are deemed BSE-free can sell the bones of their cattle for this process. Bone char—often referred to as natural carbon—is widely used by the sugar industry as a decolorizing filter, which allows the sugar cane to achieve its desirable white color. Other types of filters involve granular carbon or an ion-exchange system rather than bone char.

    Bone char is also used in other types of sugar. Brown sugar is created by adding molasses to refined sugar, so companies that use bone char in the production of their regular sugar also use it in the production of their brown sugar. Confectioner’s sugar—refined sugar mixed with cornstarch—made by these companies also involves the use of bone char. Fructose may, but does not typically, involve a bone-char filter. Supermarket brands of sugar (e.g., Giant, Townhouse, etc.) obtain their sugar from several different refineries, making it impossible to know whether it has been filtered with bone char.

    If you want to avoid all refined sugars, we recommend alternatives such as Sucanat and turbinado sugar, which are not filtered with bone char. Additionally, beet sugar—though normally refined—never involves the use of bone char and Edward & Sons Trading Company has developed a vegan confectioner’s sugar which should be available in health food stores soon.

    It would be virtually impossible for PETA to maintain information on the refining process used for the sugar in every product. We encourage you to contact companies directly to ask about the source of their sugar.

    The following companies do not use bone-char filters:

    Michigan Sugar Company
    2600 S. Euclid Ave.
    Bay City, MI 48706
    Tel.: 989.686.0161
    Fax: 989.671.3695

    Florida Crystals Corporation
    P.O. Box 471
    West Palm Beach, FL 33480
    Tel.: 877-835-2828
    Fax: 516-366-5200

    SUPERVALU Corporate Headquarters
    East View Innovation Center
    7075 Flying Cloud Drive
    Eden Prairie, MN 55344
    Tel.: 952-828-4000

    Western Sugar
    Western Sugar is a subsidiary of Tate & Lyle (formerly Domino sugar) which does use bone-char filters. However, Western Sugar makes only beet sugar, which does not use bone-char filters.

    7555 E. Hampton Ave., Ste. 600
    Denver, CO 80210
    Tel.: 303-830-3939
    Fax: 303-830-3941

    14141 Southwest Freeway, Suite 160
    Sugar Land, TX 77478
    Tel.: 800-680-1896

    The following companies do use bone-char filters. Contact them and encourage them to adopt the use of humane alternatives to bone-char filters:

    C&H Sugar Company
    2300 Contra Costa Blvd., Ste. 600
    Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
    Tel.: 925-688-1731
    Fax: 925-822-1061

    Savannah Foods
    P.O. Box 335
    Savannah, GA 31402
    Tel.: 912-234-1261

    Tate & Lyle North American Sugars Inc. (formerly Domino Sugar)
    1100 Key Hwy. W.
    Baltimore, MD 21230
    Tel.: 1-800-638-1590
    Fax: 410-783-8640

    Imperial Sugar
    P.O. Box 9
    Sugarland, TX 77487
    Tel.: 1-800-727-8427

    Refined Sugars Inc.
    1 Federal St.
    Yonkers, NY 10702
    Tel.: 914-963-2400
    Fax: 914-963-1030

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