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Vishu sadhya this year….

Vishu was great this year….though it was on a working day, we celebrated it on the Sunday instead of monday.

Last year we had gone in search of a good Vishu Sadhya in Bangalore, and couldn’t find one, however this year we were lucky. This sweet couple, our dear friends called us over for a full fledged Vishu Sadhya.

For me Vishu means Vishukkanni, Vishu Kaineettam, Vishu Kodi and finally to end it all a superb Vishu Sadhya with variety of Payasams.


Vishu is the first of Medam – astronomical new year day of Kerala, which all malayalees start auspiciously by viewing the Vishukanni which includes articles like rice, konna poova, coins, betel leaves etc arranged before hand in the pooja room. In our part of Kerala, we also burst crackers.

This year my parents posted me a new dress set and Vishu Kaineetam for both of us. We made nice semiya payasam and went to our friends place for a nice Sadhya. So this Vishu I had a nice feast along with 3 payasams – Pazham prathaman, parripu payasam and semiya payasam.

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April 26, 2008 - Posted by | Visheshangal

2 Comments »

  1. Wow, I never knew one of my most favourite flowers was part of this ritual! Coz I come from a non-Mallu Vishu-celebrating clan. Will add from next year onwards 🙂 :).

    Comment by ys | April 17, 2009 | Reply

    • Konna poova are my favorite flowers as well…. 🙂

      Comment by SP | April 17, 2009 | Reply


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