Monday, April 4, 2016

Cut Pieces Of My Business

Hello dear friends hope and pray that each of you had a great holiday and enjoyed it with your love ones in a peaceful healthy  atmosphere.

                           This is our  basic part of our lunch  and it is called chapati    

Today was extremely busy day as previous tow Sundays i was out of home due to attend Marriage ceremony of my sister in law's daughter so couldn't do my laundry.


                                         We  keep  our grains  in  this huge  pot  called  gundee 

Toady i  did it after breakfast and then washed my grains too.We buy grains of wheat for whole year's use as we make bread with the flour of these grains  here bread means chapaati   which we eat with various kind of vegetables and chicken  salan daily.Before sending grains for grinding  i have to wash them to remove dust.

  

                     My washed  wheat  grains which took one and  and half hour to be washed 


We visited last week a city near our town to buy a wedding gift for my niece as being a big city it has nice crockery shops so we bought a dinner set for her.After shopping  we spent sometime along the bank of  river which had less water then it used to have normally.Here are some pics of  this short tiny picnic.  

This barrage was  built over the biggest  river of our country from 1923 to 1932  and was named Lloyd barrage.this pic is taken from other source 


    We spent some time in the park beside the river and i took this pic while sitting on the bench 

Though we were tired after long run of shopping but breezy cheerful environment  changed our mood,it was about to be evening and local families  started to come with their kids to enjoy .


                                               My kids enjoyed  some swing rids too


We had to get back before getting dark as it is almost fort minutes drive from our town and i had to do lots for next day also. 

Thank you for taking your precious time and stopping by.

Have blessed peaceful healthy life each  moment .God bless you all.

24 comments:

  1. It is so interesting to learn about the grain and bread you make. I love the glimpse into your life, Baili.

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  2. I bet that bread tastes good! Interesting how you have to wash the grain; I bet it is always a good feeling when you get done doing that task. I enjoyed reading about your activities; so different than some of the things we do.

    betty

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  3. A lovely sharing of your day, thanks so much Baili.

    JO ON FOOD, LIFE AND A SCENT OF CHOCOLATE

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  4. Beautiful photos, and the chapati looks great!
    xx

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  5. Beautiful photos and an interesting post!

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  6. Seems you had a lovely day out with your family and shopping, but tired afterwards.
    My goodness, that is a long time to wash the wheat.
    Interesting post. Thank you.

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  7. That was fun! What a lovely day; thanks for sharing it with us. It was nice getting a glimpse into your world.

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  8. Lovely photographs and a very interesting post. I love those photos with boats. God bless you darling, Liuba x

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  9. That looks really good. Sounds like you had a fun day.

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  10. I love chapati bread with curry. Lovely view of the barrage and the river. Have an enjoyable day!

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  11. Thanks for sharing you story with us. Your grain tin is a beautiful colour, and I love chapati too. :-)

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  12. Thanks for your visit. Great blog you have. Take care and have a good day Diane

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  13. I can see that you had a lovely day out with your family !!
    Beautiful photos !!
    Greetings

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  14. Really interesting post...thx for sharing! I am new follower GFC and hope you can follow me too) xx

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  15. Nice photos and interesting post. Chapati. I seldom eat this.Nice place to relax and enjoy after a tiring day.

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  16. Goodness it takes quite a while to wash the grain!

    Such a lovely picture you've shared of you sitting on the bench, and yes, children the world over always enjoy swing rides.

    All the best Jan

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  17. I'd love a piece of that bread, it sounds yummy. I love making bread but I guess this one is way to difficult for me.
    Beautiful pics, specially with the kiddies.
    Hugs,
    FABBY

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  18. How do you dry the grain...in the sun - and how long does it usually take to dry? Do you ever have problems with mould etc?

    Interesting post and I bet the bread/chapaati tastes absolutely delicious. I find it also interesting that you buy a year's supply of the grain....is there a special reason for doing so...or is that the normal way it is done?

    Sorry for all the questions...I'm an inquisitive soul! :)

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    1. hi dear Lee,though i want to reply each kind comment of my all friends above but believe me that being single woman in the huge house as a house wife mom and a teacher has tough and hard to manage routine ,Thank you dear for taking your precious time and reading me with such an interest,

      here mostly people buy grains or its flour on monthly or daily bases ,but who can afford they buy for whole years as it is easy to have one thing at home for long use instead of buying it often ,we also do it for the sake of having high quality of grains as it is good for health too,

      i wash it only once in a month and grains take tow days to dry, when they are dried my hubby pack them and take them to the grinding machine and flour that we get from it stay enough for one month use.

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    2. hi dear Lee,though i want to reply each kind comment of my all friends above but believe me that being single woman in the huge house as a house wife mom and a teacher has tough and hard to manage routine ,Thank you dear for taking your precious time and reading me with such an interest,

      here mostly people buy grains or its flour on monthly or daily bases ,but who can afford they buy for whole years as it is easy to have one thing at home for long use instead of buying it often ,we also do it for the sake of having high quality of grains as it is good for health too,

      i wash it only once in a month and grains take tow days to dry, when they are dried my hubby pack them and take them to the grinding machine and flour that we get from it stay enough for one month use.

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  19. I enjoyed reading this! Very interesting! Thank you for your kind words on my blog- I really appreciate them. Have a beautiful day!

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