Movies in madurai Theatre



Movies in madurai Theatre

S.No. Theatre Name Movie A/C Theatre Location
1. Abirami Irumbuthirai Near Sourashtra School, Kamarajar Salai
2. Ambigai Baskar Oru Rascal Near Sourashtra School, Kamarajar Salai
3. Ambika Screen-I Kaalakkoothu Anna Nagar Bus Terminal
4. Ambika Screen-II Bharath Ennum Naan Anna Nagar Bus Terminal
5. Anandha Panju Mittai Madurai Road, Thirumangalam
6. Annamalai Screen-1 Panju Mittai Simmakkal
7. Annamalai Screen-2 Bharath Ennum Naan Simmakkal
8. Banu Bharath Ennum Naan Thirumangalam
9. Big Cinemas Ganesh Bharath Ennum Naan Ganesh Theatre Stop, Kamarajar Salai
10. Cinipriya Baskar Oru Rascal [10:30am, 2:30pm], Nadigaiyar Thilagam [6:30, 10:30pm] Anna Bus Stand
11. Ganesh Screen-1 Bharath Ennum Naan Melur
12. Ganesh Screen-2 Panju Mittai [11:30am], Baskar Oru Rascal Melur
13. Ganesh Screen-3 Sema Melur
14. Guru Bharath Ennum Naan Arapalayam
15. Inox Screen-1 Irumbuthirai Vishaal D Mall, Chinna Chokkikulam
16. Inox Screen-2 Nadigaiyar Thilagam Vishaal D Mall, Chinna Chokkikulam
17. Inox Screen-3 Veere Di Wedding (Hindi) Vishaal D Mall, Chinna Chokkikulam
18. Inox Screen-4 Baskar Oru Rascal Vishaal D Mall, Chinna Chokkikulam
19. Inox Screen-5 X Videos (T) [9:55am], Iravukku Aayiram Kangal [10:20pm] Vishaal D Mall, Chinna Chokkikulam
20. Kallaanai Kaali Vandiyur Road, Vandiyur
21. Mani Impala Magic Bharath Ennum Naan Thirunagar
22. Mani Impala Majestic Panju Mittai Thirunagar
23. Mathi Irumbuthirai Arapalayam
24. Minipriya Irumbuthirai Anna Bus Stand
25. Ponnusamy Bharath Ennum Naan Usilampatti
26. Sha-I Iravukku Aayiram Kangal Near Anna Bus Stand
27. Solaimalai (Only First Class is AC) Panju Mittai Arasaradi
28. Sri Meenakshi (City) Pudhiya Brucelee Behind Sappani Kovil Bus Stop, South Veli Street
29. Sugapriya Panju Mittai Anna Bus Stand
30. Tamil Irumbuthirai Reserve Line
31. Thangaregal Irumbuthirai Periyar Bus Stand
32. Vetri Screen-1 Panju Mittai [11:30am], Oru Kuppai Kadhai [2:45pm], Bleeding Steel [6:30, 10:30pm] Villapuram
33. Vetri Screen-2 Bharath Ennum Naan, Nadigaiyar Thilagam [6:40pm] Villapuram
34. Vetri Screen-3 Baskar Oru Rascal [2:30, 6:45pm], Sema [10:45pm] Villapuram

Xiaomi Mi-8 price

Xiaomi Mi-8 price

LAUNCH Announced 2018, May
Status Coming soon. Exp. release 2018, June
BODY Dimensions 154.9 x 74.8 x 7.6 mm (6.10 x 2.94 x 0.30 in)
Weight 175 g (6.17 oz)
Build Front/rear glass, aluminum frame (7000 series)
SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
DISPLAY Type Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 6.21 inches, 97.1 cm2 (~83.8% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1080 x 2248 pixels (~402 ppi density)
Multitouch Yes
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass (unspecified version)
– HDR10 display
– DCI-P3
– MIUI 10
PLATFORM OS Android 8.1 (Oreo)
Chipset Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845
CPU Octa-core (4×2.8 GHz Kryo 385 Gold & 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 385 Silver)
GPU Adreno 630
MEMORY Card slot No
Internal 64/128/256 GB, 6 GB RAM
CAMERA Primary Dual: 12 MP (f/1.8, 1/2.55″, 1.4µm, 4-axis OIS, dual-pixel PDAF) + 12 MP (f/2.4, 1/3.4″, 1.0µm), 2x optical zoom, dual pixel phase detection autofocus, dual-LED flash
Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama
Video 2160p@60fps, 1080p@30/240fps
Secondary 20 MP (f/2.0, 1.8µm), 1080p
SOUND Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack No
– Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
– Type-C to 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter
COMMS WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot
Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE, aptX HD
Radio No
USB Type-C 1.0 reversible connector
FEATURES Sensors Infrared face recognition, fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, barometer, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
Browser HTML5
– Fast battery charging (Quick Charge 4.0+)
– MP4/DivX/XviD/WMV/H.265 player
– MP3/WAV/eAAC+/FLAC player
– Photo/video editor
– Document viewer
BATTERY Non-removable Li-Po 3400 mAh battery
MISC Colors Black, Blue, White, Gold

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Incredible home remedies for high blood pressure

Incredible home remedies for high blood pressure17th May is globally celebrated as World Hypertension Day. Hypertension, or high blood pressure, refers to the pressure of blood against the artery walls. It is a serious health condition that can lead to diabetes, heart attack, stroke, kidney failure and other problems. Hypertension is sometimes called the silent killer because it has no alarming symptoms or signs, but it causes progressive harm to the cardiovascular system. For this very reason it remains unnoticed and untreated for years. The possible causes of high blood pressure are excess consumption of salt, lack of exercise, an unhealthy diet, stress, birth control pills and pain relievers. Medication is often prescribed for hypertension. You can also help control it by trying some lifestyle changes. Home remedies, play a big role in lowering blood pressure. Here is the list of top 10 home remedies you can use to effectively control your high blood pressure.

1. Watermelon Seeds

Watermelon seeds

Add two tsp of crushed dried watermelon seeds to a cup of boiled water. Steep it for about an hour, then strain it. Take this mixture at regular intervals throughout the day. This remedy is effective in lowering blood pressure levels.

2. Coconut water

Coconut water

Coconut water contains good amounts of potassium, magnesium and vitamin C that help lower systolic blood pressure. Drink about 8-10 glasses of coconut water with a dash of honey and lemon.

3. Lemon


Drink a cup of warm water with the juice of half a lemon added to it each morning on an empty stomach. For best results, do not add salt or sugar.

4. Celery


Mix celery seeds in your tea or eat one stalk of celery along with a glass of water daily. This remedy helps in keeping blood pressure levels under check.

5. Fenugreek seeds

Fenugreek seeds

Boil one tsp of fenugreek seeds in water for about two minutes, and then strain and drink it. Follow this remedy for two to three months to notice a significant improvement in your blood pressure level.

6. Honey and ginger

Honey and ginger

Mix a teaspoon of ginger juice with a teaspoon of honey and cumin seeds. Drink this concoction twice a day as a remedy for blood pressure.

7. Garlic


Chew a few cloves of garlic with a teaspoon of honey twice a day, preferably in the morning and at bed time. You can also mix five or six drops of garlic juice in four teaspoons of water and take it twice a day.

8. Beetroot


According to several researches, drinking a glass of beet juice daily can help in dropping blood pressure levels considerably.

9. Onion juice

Onion juice

Mix one tsp each of onion juice and honey and take it twice a day for one to two weeks for desired results.

10. Banana


Bananas are low in sodium and high in potassium which helps lower blood pressure. Add bananas to your cake, breads, smoothies, cereals and shakes. Or have one in the morning on an empty stomach.

Swiss Butter Chicken Recipe

Butter Chicken

Swiss Butter Chicken Recipe

Butter Chicken is one of the most popular Indian chicken dishes. Typically served with roti, naan or pulao, this easy Butter Chicken recipe is made with a rich and creamy tomato gravy. If you’re planning to host a family get-together, then you must go for this simple chicken recipe as it is sure to be loved by people of all age groups. Prepared with rich tomato gravy and butter floating on top of it, this non-vegetarian recipe goes really well with breads of all kinds such as Naans, Rumali Rotis and even Tandoori roti and Chapatis. You can also pair this with any Raita of your choice. This main dish recipe is easy-to-make and can be made by using simple ingredients available in the kitchen. You can also make this quick Butter Chicken recipe on special occasions like kitty parties and pot lucks. If you’re a spice junkie and love all things spicy, then customise this chicken recipe a bit by adding more green chillies. Try it and relish the melange of Indian flavours!
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For Garnishing

How to make Butter Chicken

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    Step 1

    In a large bowl, mix yogurt, onion paste, green chilies, ginger-garlic paste, sugar, salt, green cardamoms, black cardamoms and mace powder. Add pieces of raw chicken in the bowl and mix well. Allow the chicken to marinate overnight. Once the chicken is well marinated, roast it in a tandoor or an oven till its 3/4th done.

  • Ingredients
    Step 2

    Now heat little butter in a pan over moderate flame. Add bay leaves, cloves, cinnamon, red chilies and crushed coriander seeds. Sauté the ingredients for half a minute. Now in the same pan, add a bit of onion, red chili powder, coriander powder, kasoori methi powder, and tomatoes. Sauté them for 5 minutes and once done, transfer the mixture in a blender to make a puree.

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    Step 3

    Heat the remaining butter in a pan. Add the pureed mixture and bring it to a boil. Add marinated chicken pieces, salt, fresh cream and mix well. To make sure that the consistency is not too thick, add some water to the mixture. Now add sliced green chilies, crushed fenugreek leaves and let it simmer for few minutes. Bring it to a full boil.

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    Step 4

    Transfer the dish to a serving bowl and garnish it with coriander leaves and cream. This butter chicken recipe is easy-to-make and can be made by using simple ingredients available in the kitchen. If you’re a spice junkie and love all things spicy, then customize this chicken recipe a bit by adding more green chillis or black pepper powder. Try it and relish the burst of Indian flavors. Serve it with naan or rice.

LEMO-VERA for fast hydration

LEMO-VERA for fast hydration Coco-Vera

While appetites in Summers go low, the thirst for drinks rises up. Having a chilled aerated drink may cool you down, but it’s not doing any good to your body. Here we have a special curated beverage recipe called Coco Vera, that is an exotic mix of fresh coconut water and aloe vera flesh. It sure does taste as exotic as it sounds! Occasions like kitty parties, family get-togethers, game nights and a lunch with friends are apt to enjoy this mocktail recipe and will surely impress everyone with its tantalizing flavors. Loaded with the goodness of coconut, aloe vera, cloves, lemongrass, basil and lemon juice, this healthy beverage will provide a much-needed respite from the scorching heat of the summers. So, get ready to enjoy this extremely exotic mix of sweet and salty flavors without adding any fatty sugars to your body. Enjoy!

How to make LEMO-Vera

  • Step 1

    To prepare this beverage recipe, cut the top shell of a fresh green coconut to make a hole in it. Take a spoon and scrape the coconut meat from the inside into a bowl. Add the flesh of aloe vera, crushed basil leaves and lemongrass to the coconut water and stir gently. Preserve the coconut shell top and coconut meat for later use.

  • Step 2

    Add lime juice to the coconut water left in the green coconut. Add 100 grams of the scooped out coconut meat in the coconut. Cover the coconut with the coconut shell top and let it stay overnight for the process of infusion of all the flavors in the fresh coconut water. Next morning, pour the flavor infused coconut water in a glass with ice cubes and garnish it with cloves. Serve immediately to enjoy!

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Goat milk Vs Cow Milk

Goat milk Vs Cow Milk

1. What are the health benefits of goat milk?

What are the health benefits of goat milk?

With endless health benefits, goat milk is considered as a better option as compared to cow milk. Surprisingly, goats only produce milk equivalent to about 2% of the global milk supply. This milk is also cheaper to process because it doesn’t require homogenization (the small fat molecules do not separate and remain suspended in the cream). That’s the reason goat milk is commonly processed into cheese, butter, ice cream, and yogurt. In fact, goat cheese is considered quite exotic and goat milk is being used in the treatment of Dengue. Though the popularity of cow milk is not likely to fade in the coming years, it is necessary to understand and clear the myths associated with other milk sources. Here, we have tried to throw some light on the facts associated with goat milk that we all should know. For instance, the milk-fat particles of goat are very small, making the milk very easy to digest. According to health experts, it is a better option for babies, in case a mother does not nurse her own baby. Also, it is a great option for those suffering from digestion issues and ulcers. According to experts, goat milk has superior ease of digestion and buffering properties. Moreover, as compared to cow’s milk, goat milk has improved amounts of protein, fat, iron, vitamin C, and vitamin D. It has less lactose content and more vitamin A, B. Scroll below to know more about such interesting facts associated with goat milk.

2. Lactose content

Lactose content

You will be surprised to know that goat milk has 13% less lactose than cow milk. Also, it has 41% less lactose than the human milk.


3. Milk-fat particles are small

Milk-fat particles are small

The milk-fat particles of goat are very small, making the milk very easy to digest. According to health experts, it is a better option for babies, in case a mother does not nurse her own baby.

4. Easy to digest

Easy to digest

It is a great option for those suffering from digestion issues and ulcers. According to experts, goat milk has superior ease of digestion and buffering properties.

5. Controls cholesterol deposit

Controls cholesterol deposit

Due to the correct amount of fatty acids, goat milk has a unique metabolic ability to control cholesterol deposits in the body tissues.

6. Better by-products

Better by-products

According to a research, goat milk and its products are purely white in color, because all the yellow beta-carotene are already converted to colorless pure vitamin A during the processing.

7. Better nutritional content

Better nutritional content

As compared to cow’s milk, goat milk has improved amounts of protein, fat, iron, vitamin C and vitamin D. It has less lactose content and more vitamin A, B.

8. Good for growing children

Good for growing children

The fresh goat milk when consumed in the growing age, helps contribute to building strong and healthy body and mind.

9. Similar in taste

Similar in taste

Though goat milk is considered superior to cow milk, when it comes to taste, they both are very similar.

10. Good for allergies

Good for allergies

Those who are allergic to cow milk can easily consume goat milk because it contains a different kind of protein that causes no reaction or allergy in the body.

Traditional Methods Adopted to find Water level in your Plot/Property

Traditional Methods Adopted to find Water level in your Plot/Property

1) What is involved?

Searching for water located below the earth’s surface, in phreatic layers or aquifers, in order to pump it. This is done with the utmost care and precision, using appropriate techniques, in order to dig or drill wells in the best possible places and thereby avoid costly, discouraging failures.

2) Who use this means and since when?

Around 1250 BC, Moses searched for water in the Sinai desert using his divining rod, practicing an art known since early Antiquity. However, the modern techniques stem from the 20th century.
This method is mainly used in developing countries or other regions where water is rare and where irrigation is essential for crops. It is also used in developed countries but mainly for uses other than direct consumption (gardening, geothermal energy).

3) Why?

Given the growing and vital importance of water and soil resources around the world, as well as their scarcity, we need to do everything possible to improve the finding, management, and preservation of these essential and fragile resources.

Groundwater is usually good-quality water. As it is often buried at significant depths, it is highly advisable to locate it as precisely as possible and assess its quantity and quality before undertaking costly drilling work and thus avoid costly failures.

This water can be detected with more or less precision depending on the methods used, through the electromagnetic waves it emits.

4) Who is primarily concerned? Places or contexts in which this method seems most appropriate

This method primarily concerns underprivileged rural or peri-urban areas. In mountain areas, this method is difficult to implement due to the great depths involved.
It particularly concerns regions prone to severe droughts. Indeed, aquifers are natural underground reservoirs capable of supplying large quantities of drinking water during the dry season, when rivers are likely to dry up.

5) What does this process involve? How is it implemented?

In actual fact, it consists of different methods ranging from the most rudimentary – but nevertheless of interest for people or small communities with little means, such as dowsing – to the most sophisticated such as the prior analysis of satellite photos or proton magnetic resonance (PMR) investigations.
The purpose of this document is not to give detailed explanations of the mode of operation and use of the various techniques, as most of them are fairly costly and can only be used by specialists. Instead, it aims to explain the principle and main advantages and drawbacks of the techniques, so that the communities and people concerned can find out about their main characteristics and be able to contact specialized companies, having gained a better knowledge of the facts.

The search for groundwater sources must take account of technical (hydrogeological) criteria as well as socio-economic criteria (closeness to a village, cost of investigation). In actual fact, closeness to the beneficiaries often remains the prime criterion.

There are various methods for investigating phreatic layers. Traditionally, dowsing was the only way of searching for groundwater. Subsequently, more modern and scientific techniques were developed, significantly improving the success rate of water collection facilities.

a) Preliminary survey

It is highly advisable for phreatic layer investigators, especially if they are not from the region concerned, to carry out preliminary surveys in order to collect information which can give them precious data on the places where there is a likelihood of finding water.

Depending on the size of the expected source, this can consist of either :
– after a first look at the site and a meeting with the chiefs or heads of the villages, a survey with their population to find out where wells would have been dug or where springs would have been used, where the vegetation is greenest and remains green during the dry season, where trees and plants naturally grow best, where the existing water sources have the highest outflow in all seasons, where the termite mounds are located, if any, etc.
– or, at the same time, research into the region’s geological map, climatic data and all appropriate information which may be obtained from the local or regional authorities or other organisations or operators working in the region.

b) Dowsing

In numerous countries (including France), certain people have the ability to investigate and determine the presence of water on a site and detect water channels (veins, faults, and aquifers).

These “dowsers” are often people who have special abilities passed down by their predecessors or a village wise man or woman.

The principle consists in :


– Choosing a forked or Y-shaped twig from a tree such as a mango tree or using metal rods
– Positioning the twig or rods between the fingers so as to amplify the sensations felt and seeing if they twitch and go down (or cross) at the expected place.
– Criss-crossing the area in order to determine the most promising areas.

There are different types of divining rods :

– The Y-shaped or V-shaped twig
– Metal rods
– Parallel rods
– The Hartmann lobe
– The Lecher antenna

When the dowser uses metal rods, he holds them parallel between his fingers. When he comes close to a place under which there is water, the rods get closer together and end up crossing over one another where a groundwater source is significant. This can be tested and proves successful with many people, but the findings are imprecise and do not indicate the size of the aquifer.
Moreover, this method doesn’t make it possible to detect small, relatively deep groundwater flows.

c) Modern methods

These methods make it possible to locate aquifers with more precision, and they are much more efficient in assessing their size, volume, quality and sustainability.


Analysing maps and local vegetation gives a first indication of the presence of water. In the case of large-scale investigations, a global geological analysis can even be carried out through the interpretation of satellite images or aerial photos. These can highlight the presence of the major geological outlines liable to give rise to fractures with an identifiable direction or outcrops.


Geophysical methods are now the main methods of investigation and detection of underground aquifers. The method is chosen mainly depends on the geological context.

Traditional geophysical methods


With these methods, we strive to study the soil’s physical properties and in particular its electrical properties. The aquifers are most often trapped between rock layers. All rocks conduct a certain amount of electricity, but their conductivity and resistivity vary according to their type: compact rock, dry rock, fractured rock, wet rock, permeable structures or impermeable ones.
A material’s electrical resistivity is its capacity to oppose the flow of electric current.

These methods are thus based on the capacity of the soil or rock to conduct electricity and the measurement of their conductivity or resistivity (the opposite of conductivity).

From these measurements, the type, size, and quality of the aquifer is deduced and specified, or perhaps only presumed, but with a high probability.

There are two main types of methods, which are sometimes used successively :

a) The measurement of electrical resistivity using direct current.


This is the most widely used method as it is suited to the greatest number of situations.
It consists in sending direct current into a geological structure on a given site (50 to 400 volts depending on its resistivity – conductivity) using two electrodes (A and B).

There are several possible electrode arrays (Wenner, Schlumberger, 4 terminals, etc.).

The area investigated must not be too large and must be relatively flat and free of buildings which may cause interference and would make it impossible to have AB lines of the required length (over 300m).

b) Methods for measuring this reactivity by magnetic means
Easier to implement, such as the Slingram and VLF methods, these methods measure electromagnetic signals due to magnetic induction phenomena. They don’t need any contact with the ground and thus no electrodes. They make it possible to measure the soil’s reactivity to electromagnetic excitation. However, they cannot be used on all types of grounds or for aquifers over 20 meters deep, or even less. Their use seems to have dwindled.


Proton Magnetic Resonance (PMR)

This is a direct water detection method. It consists in sending electric currents into the ground, then measuring the signals emitted by the nuclei of hydrogen atoms in water molecules. It requires sophisticated equipment including proton magnetometers which can measure electromagnetic fields ; their recordings can be interpreted on site and, most importantly, the quantity of groundwater present in the rock can be deduced in a few seconds.

The isotope method

This method is mainly useful for tracing the water flow and to estimate the age of the groundwater. We know that the phreatic layer is renewed by the infiltration of water through the inflow area, where the aquifer’s geological structure is exposed to the surface. Investigations using the isotope method can often give useful indications.
If there are infiltrations, they can be detected and assessed by analyzing the variations in the isotope content of the damp soil above the phreatic layer. The most used isotopes are tritium, deuterium, oxygen 18 and carbon 14. The results have shown that this method is reliable and promising, in particular, if it is used with the physical models describing the water flow.

6) Remarks – Precautions to be taken

– Dowsers can never guarantee the presence of water, nor its depth, quantity or quality, as their approach is solely sensory. Moreover, it can be distorted by various factors (lack of concentration, the presence of an electric current). To optimize the investigation of aquifers, additional information and measurements are thus required.
– To avoid considerable risks, it is indispensable to call on the services of hydrogeophysics experts for major drilling work.
Indeed, it is essential to have highly sophisticated equipment and to know how to maintain it, and to have solid knowledge and experience.

7) Choice of the method according to the ground’s hydrogeological characteristics

The possibilities are summarised in the table below, taken from the AFD brochure and PS Eau, mentioned at the end of this document :

8) Main advantages and drawbacks

a) Advantages

These methods sometimes avoid serious or costly errors in groundwater investigation and save both time and money.

Preliminary on-site surveys and dowsing provide interesting indications at a very low cost when little means are available.


The methods based on electrical resistivity and conductivity are much more precise and offer great spatial measurement density, which will allow relatively detailed exploration. They make it possible to detect indirect signs of the presence of water.

The PMR method is an innovative, rapid method for the direct detection of the presence of water. Its use is expanding.

b) Drawbacks

Most of the time, operations based solely on a dowser’s findings do not bear fruit or the findings are too imprecise.

What’s more, the effectiveness of a type of operation is difficult to assess since situations are rarely comparable.

Moreover, the use of this equipment presents drawbacks : it only allows detection down to a certain depth and the indications may be distorted by the presence of electromagnetic signals or electric lines.

Modern hydrogeophysics techniques are costly. They can only be used for the set-up of large or numerous water extraction facilities for which large budgets are available.

9) Cost

Often, investigations for large aquifers in southern countries are financed through the United Nations Development Programme and the World Bank. A preliminary survey must make it possible to assess the value of the information to be obtained (i.e. their usefulness and cost).

While the cost of a dowser is low (a few tens of euros), the cost of using modern methods is much higher and depends on the situations encountered and the methods used. It always amounts to several tens of thousands of euros.

Dowsers’ rates vary according to countries, the dowser’s experience, and travel expenses. For instance, the dowsers of Dapaong in Togo charge between €80 and €160 for their services.

The cost of machines which take hydrogeophysical measurements depends on the size of the machine, maintenance costs, and training costs. These costs are difficult to assess with precision as there is little information on the remuneration of aquifer investigation specialists, on the method(s) they use and on the type of area studied.

Other costs include the transportation of equipment to the sites and accommodation and meals for the team of technicians.
It is generally accepted that the search for a drilling site should not exceed 20% of the cost of the drilling operation itself.

10) Achievement examples


In Chad, over 300,000 refugees from neighboring countries have settled in the east of the country, where water was already in very short supply.
In order to find new water resources, several NGOs including OXFAM and UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency) have been working in partnership with Iris Instruments, a French company which manufactures equipment and provides training.
The main method used has been that of magnetic resonance imaging: by sending electric currents into the ground, it makes it possible to detect hydrogen atoms and determine the quantity of water present in the rock, provided the water is less than 150 m deep, which was the case in Chad.
Several aquifers were thus found around Iriba.
A complete magnetic resonance kit weighs around 350 Kg and costs about €140,000.

catering colleges in Madurai


Catering colleges in Madurai

catering colleges in Madurai

Annai Fatimaa Institute of Catering & Hotel Administration 

Fathima Nagar, Alampatty,Thirumangalam, Madurai – 625 706.

Tel: +91 4549 284528, 284794,Bethel Nagar, Opp. to Aparna Towers,Bye-Pass Road, Madurai – 625 016.Tel +91 452 2380326, 2383321

ALFAA Institute of Hotel Management catering Technology

No.63, Alagar Kovil Main Road,Poigaikaraipatti,

Madurai – 625301,Tel: +91 452 6571474, 9843966366


N.A.S Catering catering colleges in Madurai

& Hotel Management College,K.Othapatti, Karupaiurani Post,

Madurai – 625 020.,Tel: +91 452 2094554, 3194554

Mobile: +91 9597766556,Students placed internationally

in UK, Australia, Dubai, Saudi, Kuwait,Oman, Malaysia and Singapore

Recognised by,Central Govt. of India and State Govt. of Tamilnadu

and Collaboration with Universities

– M.B.A. Hotel Management

– M.Sc. Hotel Management & Catering Technology

– B.Sc. Hotel Management & Catering Technology

– Diploma In Hotel Management & Catering

One Year Diploma Course in

Food Production

House Keeping Management

Food Beverage Service

Front Office Management

Oriental Institute of Catering Technology

& Hotel Management

114-C, Uthangudi,

Near Maattuthavani Busstand-Ring Road,

Madurai – 625 107.Tel: +91 452 2422446, 447, 448

catering colleges in Madurai offers below courses

– B.Sc. Catering and Hotel Administration

– P.G.Diploma in Hotel Food Service Management

– P.G.Diploma in Hotel Accommodation Management

One Year Courses

– Bakery and Confectionary

– Food and Beverage Production

– Food Production

– Front Office and Hotel Operational Management

– House Keeping Management

catering colleges in Madurai will let you know the key basis of

The global contract catering market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4% from 2016-2021, according to recent industry analysis conducted by Azoth Analytics. register  your college here click 

The Global Market Landscape

Just how big is this market? The contract catering market encompasses a wide variety of sectors — such as businesses, schools, hospitals, senior care centers, military institutions, athletic facilities, and more.

The global market remains fragmented, and opportunities vary by region. North America is a relatively saturated market, but the APAC region has significant room for growth, especially in the Indian and Japanese markets.

Top contract catering companies include Compass Group, Elior Group, Aramark, Sodexo, Baxterstorey, MITIE Catering Services, and Ch&Co Catering.


As hospital patients, seniors, and busy employees seek a higher quality of life, organizations are facing new pressures to provide more balanced diets and personalized menus. Consequently, caterers are increasingly focused on health and well-being.


ranges the delivery, preparation and presentation of food for clients. If you’ve ever attended a bridal shower, fund raiser, rehearsal dinner, wedding reception or a bar mitzvah that had beautifully prepared and presented food, chances are that event was catered. Their responsibilities include not only the food and drinks, but the decorations, tables, chairs, music and lighting. Catering is one of the fastest growing careers in the culinary arts field.

A catering business can be wildly successful, enjoyable and fulfilling. In this business, you’re able to please clients while indulging your love of food and people. If you’re such a person and have been thinking about starting your own business, catering is for you. You’ll have flexibility and freedom, and be able to attend lavish parties and events. If you love food and love making sure that clients get exactly what they asked for, then choose to start a catering colleges in Madurai will teach you the above in more detail catering colleges in Madurai will ellaborate it in detail

You Love Food
You might be one of those people who loves to savor a good meal, or you like to experiment with different ingredients, techniques and types of cuisine in your own kitchen. Maybe you just love to cook for your friends and see the enjoyment in their faces as they dig into another of your creations. Those who start catering businesses simply love food. They take pride in their work and love to have people sample their food. If you want to start a catering business, a love of food is first and foremost. Think about your time in the kitchen. Do you love to be there, or do you just tolerate it? A deep love of cooking is vital in starting a catering business.
You Love People
Catering is not the type of business for a wallflower. As a caterer, you are front and center; meeting with clients, working with party planners and encouraging clients. You’ll often need to socialize with clients, especially when serving at their events. If you’re someone who loves to talk and socialize, it will greatly help you in your catering career. Not being afraid to step in when an employee needs help or hasn’t performed well will keep your business running smoothly. Think about your social life. Do you love to meet new people and talk about your interests? If so, a catering business would be a good idea.
What does a Caterer do?
There are three main types of caterers which include:
Mobile Caterers catering colleges in Madurai
Hotel/Restaurant Caterers
Private Caterers/catering colleges in Madurai
Caterers of each type meet a variety of needs for their clients. Note that in some cases, dietary and religious needs may play a part in the event being catered and need to be carefully observed.
Mobile Caterers
– will often be found at a fair, a street corner, a food and drink trailer at a construction site, in a shopping mall kiosk or food court, and sometimes in the lobbies of some businesses. These types of caterers offer pre-packaged items ranging from sandwiches to salads and may even deliver meals for business clientele too busy to leave their office for lunch.
Hotel/Restaurant Caterers
– are often liaisons between the client and the kitchen staff for planning an event. Their responsibilities include menu preparation, banquet arrangement, table set-up, delivery of decorations, as well as arranging for extra service personnel as needed.
Private Caterers
– own their own businesses, contracting vendors as needed. These caterers are often hired for wedding receptions, birthday parties, business and personal anniversaries, business holiday events, retirement parties, as well as many other events. They are responsible for all aspects of the occasion including menus, plate and dinnerware rentals, and arranging for the appropriate wait staff. They are often responsible for arranging a clean-up crew to come in after the event has ended.
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What is the workplace of a Caterer like?
A caterer can work in a variety of locations, both indoors and outdoors. Some examples are construction sites, business lobbies, hotels, banquet and wedding receptions, and people’s private homes.

Are you hungry for a challenge?

If you’re passionate about food and work best as part of a team in a fast-paced environment, a job in the catering industry could be for you. Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Here are some careers to consider in the catering industry and some of our top tips to help you get there:
What they do: Use their expert knowledge on health and nutrition to give people advice on making good choices when it comes to their diets. They also assess and treat a host of medical problems that are related to nutrition.
What you need: To be fascinated by food, health and nutrition. You will also need to be good at explaining complicated issues to those with no scientific experience, and be able to get your point across in the most tactful way. To become a Dietitian you will generally need a specific qualification related to the industry, with a degree being preferable for most employers.
What you can earn: Entry level is around £22,000, but can reach somewhere closer to the £40,000 mark once fully qualified and experienced.
Perfect for: People who see food scientifically.
Our advice: If you’re interested in science and are considering becoming a Dietitian, taking a qualification specific to the industry is a great way to see if it’s the right career move for you. A Nutrition Advisor Foundation course, for example, could be the perfect way to build a career in the industry.
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Head Chef
What they do: They’re in charge of the entire kitchen, taking control of everything from food orders and stock control through to managing staff, preparing new menus and producing new dishes to add to a restaurant’s repertoire.
What you need: Aside from excellent cooking skills, to be a successful Head Chef you will need to lead by example. Strong communication skills, drive and self-motivation are essential, as is the ability to delegate tasks effectively. A degree is not necessary.
What you can earn: Around £30,000, although this will vary depending on location and size of restaurant (not to mention your reputation).
Perfect for: People who like to be in control.
Our advice: You will need an extensive level of kitchen experience in order to become a Head Chef, particularly at Sous Chef level. Wherever possible, volunteer to help with some of the lower-level management responsibilities your Head Chef undertakes, ordering and inventories for example. That way you’ll have some vital experience you’ll need to become a Head Chef to add to your CV.
How to become a Chef
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Kitchen Porter
What they do: Carry out most of the basic tasks which are essential for the smooth running of a kitchen. Typical duties for a Porter include washing up, cleaning kitchen appliances, washing work surfaces, unloading deliveries and, in some cases, even basic food preparation.
What you need: The ability to work quickly and efficiently as part of a team, not to mention the capability to work under your own initiative. This is an entry level position in the catering industry, and therefore experience and qualifications are generally not necessary.
What you can earn: Kitchen Porters will earn between £12,000 and £14,000, although this may be higher if working in a busier restaurant.
Perfect for: People who want to break into the catering industry.
Our advice: It’s hard work being a Porter, but it often pays dividends in the long run. Not only is it a great way to remain flexible and earn some supplementary cash, it will allow you to gain essential experience in the kitchen environment, and can often lead on to more culinary focussed careers as a result.
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Restaurant Manager
What they do: Manage all aspects of a restaurant. Typical duties of a Restaurant Manager include organising bookings, overseeing and recruiting staff, dealing with complaints, making sure the premises adheres to health and safety regulations, maintaining budgets and looking after the financial state of the business.
What you need: Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills and the ability to manage a large number of staff efficiently and effectively. A degree may not be necessary, although specific qualifications will help get you started.
What you can earn: Initial salary may start at around £20,000, but successful Restaurant Managers will go on to earn £35,000+.
Perfect for: People who are business minded and want to work in the catering industry.
Our advice: To be successful as a Restaurant Manager, you will need to know the business inside out. For this reason, try and avoid job hopping if you’re looking to move into this role. Having fewer front-of-house jobs, but working your way up through the company, will generally stand you in good stead when it comes to other applications.
How to become a Restaurant Manager
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Sous Chef
What they do: A Sous Chef is second in command to a Head Chef, in charge of the more practical elements of food preparation, rather than the more business-led responsibilities of their boss. It’s their job to help oversee all kitchen duties, supervising the preparation and cooking of food and ensuring the smooth day-to-day running of the kitchen.
What you need: First and foremost, excellent food preparation skills. The kitchen is a fast-paced, stressful environment, so the ability to keep calm under pressure is essential. Efficiency and the ability to prioritise tasks are similarly invaluable. A degree is generally not a pre-requisite, although a certain level of experience will be necessary to become a Sous Chef.
What you can earn: Starting salary will be around the £20,000 mark, rising to around £28,000 and above for a Senior Sous Chef.
Perfect for: People who are passionate about food.
Our advice: As with Head Chefs, to become a Sous Chef you will need to have a few years of experience in other kitchen roles. If possible, try and spend some time working at every position available to you. Not only will this give you a better understanding of other areas, it will also make it easier to supervise staff when you know the roles inside out.
How to become a Sous Chef
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Waiting/Bar Staff
What they do: Serve food or drinks at restaurants, bars, cafés, hotels, and a number of other establishments. A number of waiting and bar staff also work at big events, serving customers at festivals, trade shows and sporting or music events, for example.
What you need: A friendly and welcoming demeanour, an outgoing personality and the ability to remember a variety of orders under pressure. Patience (when dealing with customers) will also be a virtue.
What you can earn: If full-time and permanent, salary can range from anywhere between £14,000 and £20,000 for an entry level position. However, many choose to work in a part-time capacity, and hourly rates will vary depending on where you work. Lucrative tips are also a potential perk in this position.
Perfect for: People people.
Our advice: In most cases, starting out in entry level positions will require little in the way of pre-requisites. However, they are often competitive roles to go for. To help set you apart when sending your application, make sure to highlight some of the key skills needed to be successful in these positions (confidence, outgoing personality, ability to multi-task etc.), and give examples of times you’ve demonstrated them effectively.
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Here are some of our top tips for finding a job in the catering industry:
Be practical – Don’t be afraid to start at the bottom. It’s not unheard of for Kitchen Porters to go on to be Chef de Partie’s in a matter of years.
Demonstrate your skills – Pick out the most relevant attributes from the job description and tailor your CV to emphasise them.
Focus – Where do you want your career to take you? ‘I want to work in catering’ will not give you the direction you need to succeed.
Make sure you’re up-to-date – Keep an eye on the latest developments in the food industry and (for chefs) try and incorporate any new trends into your own dishes.
Start learning – If you need an extra qualification to back up your soft skills, take a course to help take you to the next level.
Learn by doing – In this industry, experience is everything. Sign up for an internship or voluntary/work-experience position and learn the ropes. With the right mentor, it may even lead to something more colleges in Madurai will let you know everything /catering colleges in Madurai/catering colleges in Madurai/catering colleges in Madurai/catering colleges in Madurai/catering colleges in Madurai/catering colleges in Madurai/catering colleges in Madurai/catering colleges in Madurai/catering colleges in Madurai/

Fitness center in Madurai

Fitness center in madurai

People work out for many reasons in Fitness center in Madurai  they are weight control,muscle building, health, stress relief and plain old vanity. Working out at home can be effective and may even save you money, but regularly attending your Attitude Fitness center in Madurai offers  numerous advantages over home workouts.

Fitness centers provide a wide variety of exercise equipment for you to use. From free weights to resistance training machines to cardio machines to core stability equipment, in Attitude Fitness center in Madurai you can exercise in lots of different ways because there are so many options Attitude Fitness center in Madurai Commercial-quality exercise equipment is expensive to buy, but in return for your monthly or annual gym membership fee, in Attitude Fitness center in Madurai you will have access to potentially millions of dollars worth of gym equipment. click to know more 
Fitness centers provide a safe and comfortable workout environment. You don’t need to worry about traffic or unpleasant weather in  Attitude Fitness center in Madurai ,while riding an exercise bike or jogging on a treadmill. Additionally, qualified group fitness instructors and personal trainers in  Attitude Fitness center in Madurai will be on hand to tell you how to perform your chosen exercises safely and effectively. The exercise equipment is often well maintained and the facility clean and hygienic Attitude Fitness center in Madurai , which will further decrease your risk of injury. All in all, visiting your local fitness center should be an enjoyable and safe experience  in  Attitude Fitness center in Madurai
Group Exercise Classes in  Attitude Fitness center in Madurai 
 Attitude Fitness center in Madurai  offer group exercise classes. Spinning, BodyPump, yoga, Pilates, circuit training and tai chi are all examples of common and popular group exercise classes. Classes are normally labeled according to difficulty so you can choose the class that best suits your fitness level, exercise preferences and personality.
An exercise program can be tough to stick with — especially if you are doing it alone at home. However, after a few visits to your new gym, you will probably notice the same people exercising at the same time you do in Attitude Fitness center in Madurai . Your fellow exercisers are just like you; they want to get in shape and be fit and healthy. As members of the same fitness club, you have a common bond and that can be encouraging and help you maintain your new resolution. In addition, the facility’s staff can offer advice and support to help you reach your fitness goals. This includes exercise program design, nutrition advice and even help with giving up smoking or making other lifestyle changes.
Some fitness centers offer more than just a place to work out. Many have juice bars, cafes, tennis, squash or basketball courts, swimming pools, saunas, steam rooms and beauty therapy and massage services. While you might not want to use all of these additional features and you should pick your club based on what you are going to actually enjoy using, these additional services can make going to the gym an even more enjoyable experience.
Fitness centers — most commonly referred to as gyms — provide assistance with achieving your best physique. A membership to a fitness center delivers convenient, all-in-one-place access to equipment, classes and health information so you can schedule year-round aerobic and strength training workouts. Optimize your use of gym membership by familiarizing yourself with all the benefits a fitness center offers.
Fitness centers offer group classes which allow the support and camaraderie of others as opposed to working out at home alone. In a group class, you are likely to encounter new friendship opportunities and serious motivation. These classes are equally beneficial in helping keep you accountable to yourself and others in your fitness program. You can measure your progress against the class standard and your own milestones — and get inspired to up your challenge level by the performance of others in the class and the encouragement of the instructor. Group classes may include step aerobics, muscle toning, Pilates mat, Tae Kwon Do, kickboxing, spinning, yoga and dance classes.
Fitness centers offer the option of choosing a personal trainer to steer you toward your fitness goals. Personal trainers in reputable gyms are certified professionals who will create a custom workout program for you, work with you during each visit, increase the challenges as you gain fitness, and give you helpful tips about maximizing the benefits of each exercise and varying equipment. Some fitness centers provide nutritionists help ensure your eating plan and exercise program are in sync to help you achieve your best physique.
A membership to a fitness center offers a wide variety of amenities and equipment, from saunas to weight rooms. Reaching your fitness goals is made easier by the convenience to chose from a plethora of gym equipment. Types of equipment include resistance machines such as leg press, leg curl, chest press, shoulder press and lat pull down. Free-weight equipment such as bench press, military press, cable cross-over and dumbbells are also available. Additional equipment includes medicine and stability balls and a variety of cardiovascular machines such as treadmills, ellipticals, rowers and steppers in Attitude Fitness center in Madurai
Fitness centers enforce strict etiquette to ensure members’ safety and health. Check-in with ID cards limits admission to screened members. Dress codes keep it professional — and lower the risk of injury due to use of improper clothing while working with equipment. Members or gym staff are required to disinfect exercise equipment after each use to prevent the spreading of bacteria and germs. Shower, sauna and locker rooms are sanitized to prevent the spread of germs. Certified trainers monitor workout rooms to be sure members are using machines properly and safely.


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மாங்காய் சாதம்–in tamil

மாங்காய் சாதம்–in tamil


அரிசி – 100 கிராம்

கடலைப்பருப்பு – கால் கப்

பச்சை மிளகாய் – 4

கடுகு – முக்கால் தேக்கரண்டி

உளுத்தம் பருப்பு – ஒரு தேக்கரண்டி

கறிவேப்பிலை – 2 கொத்து

இஞ்சி – அரை அங்குலத் துண்டு

உப்பு – அரை தேக்கரண்டி

எண்ணெய் – 2 மேசைக்கரண்டி

மாங்காயைத் துருவிக் கொள்ளவும். பச்சை மிளகாயைப் பொடியாக நறுக்கிக் கொள்ளவும். இஞ்சியைத் தோல் சீவி துருவி வைக்கவும். கடலைப்பருப்பை வேக வைத்து எடுத்துக் கொள்ளவும். அரிசியை வேக வைத்து சாதமாக வடித்து எடுத்து, அதில் எண்ணெய் ஊற்றி வைக்கவும். சாதத்துடன் உப்பு சேர்த்து கலந்து எடுத்துக் கொள்ளவும்.

வாணலியில் எண்ணெய் ஊற்றி காய்ந்ததும் கடுகு, உளுத்தம் பருப்பு தாளிக்கவும். உளுத்தம் பருப்பு சற்று பொன்னிறமானதும், பச்சை மிளகாய் மற்றும் இஞ்சியைச் சேர்த்து வதக்கவும்.

அதனுடன் துருவிய மாங்காயைப் போட்டுக் கிளறவும். மாங்காய் வேகும் வரை வைத்திருக்கவும்.

மாங்காயில் உள்ள தண்ணீர் வற்றியவுடன், வேக வைத்த கடலைப்பருப்பு, கறிவேப்பிலை சேர்த்து கிளறிவிடவும்.

பிறகு சாதத்தைப் போட்டு நன்றாகக் கிளறி இறக்கவும்.

சுவையான மாங்காய் சாதம் தயார். இந்த மாங்காய் சாதத்தில் கடலைப்பருப்பிற்கு பதிலாக வேக வைத்த நிலக்கடலையைச் சேர்க்கலாம்.


Madurai Becomes the International Air Cargo For Imports/Exports

இனி மதுரைலருந்து சரக்கு பறக்கும்! INTERNATIONAL AIR cargo சரக்கு எற்றுமதி மற்றும் இறக்குமதி காண சேவை மாதுறையிலிருந்து தொடங்கப்பட்டுள்ளது , EDI (ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE ) வைத்து எற்றுமதி மற்றும் இறக்குமதி மேற்கொள்ளலாம்,இந்த பயன்பாட்டை பல பேங்க் மற்றும் DGFT (DIRECTOR GENERAL OF FOREIGN Trade ) மேற்கொள்ளலாம் ,மேலும் இதில் அளிக்கப்டும் எற்றுமதிக்கான ஊக்கத்தொகை, அதற்காக கொடுக்கப்படும் கடன் இவை எல்லாம் EDI பயன்பாட்டில் உள்ளது ,மேலும் இதற்கு பல இடங்காக்கில் இருந்து இந்த திட்டம் மதுரையில் நிறைவற்ற படத்திற்கு பாராட்டுகள் குவிகின்றன!


Booking of goods and payments will be done online

Exports and imports of goods from Madurai airport will be made possible from Friday with the International Cargo Terminal becoming operational.
C.P. Rao, Principal Chief Commissioner, GST and Central Excise, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, will inaugurate the customs air cargo operation and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), a software for online booking of goods, in the presence of V.V. Rao, Airport Director, and R. Saravanakumar, Commissioner, GST and Central Excise, Madurai.
The facility was formally inaugurated by Guruprasad Mohapatra, Chairman of Airports Authority of India, on November 28. “This is the first international cargo terminal to have the EDI facility during its inauguration,” said V. Pandiraja, Joint Commissioner of GST and Central Excise.
All the business transactions would be done electronically through the EDI, which would be integrated with the portals of the Reserve Bank of India, various authorised banks, the Directorate General of Foreign Trade, Customs and GST.
The incentives provided through various promotional schemes of the DGFT and the credit of the IGST could be made available through the EDI. All payments could be done only online.
The testing of the EDI, which required high security transactions, was done during the last few days.
The EDI would help in faster processing of export and import bills with lesser human intervention. The air cargo operation would be taken up round the clock.
Several customs house brokers, who were already into exports and imports in other parts of the country, had shown interest to operate from the airport. Their applications would be processed after verifying their antecedents, sources said.
With a temporary establishment of plant quarantine, certification of agricultural goods for export to various countries would be immediately possible. At present, four international flights are being operated out of Madurai to Colombo, Dubai and Singapore.
The air cargo complex would help in exporting large quantities of perishable goods, especially vegetables and fruits, from southern districts. Movement of goods would also be beneficial to the international flights as it would bring them a regular additional revenue, the sources said.

Madurai Business Directory

Madurai is the second largest city, considered as the cultural capital, in Tamilnadu. It was announced as the Corporation, after Chennai, in May 1st 1971. There are 10 state assembly constituencies and 1 parliament constituency. It is here that the father of the Indian nation, Mahathma Gandhi, started wearing only a loincloth, in 1921, after seeing the people ill-nourished and ill-dressed. Madurai is famous for its Jasmine flowers. It is transported to most of the Indian cities and exported to other countries too.

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Madurai was originally a forest known as Kadambavanam. One day, a farmer named Dhananjaya who was passing through the forest, saw Indra (The king of the gods), worshipping a self created Lingam, Swayambhu, under kadamba tree. He immediately reported this to King Kulasekara Pandya, who ruled this area at that time. The King then built a great temple around the Swayambu and developed a Lotus shaped city around this temple. On the day the city was to be named, as Lord Shiva blessed the land and its people, divine nectar (Madhu) was showered on the city, from his hair. The city was henceforth called Madhurapuri, ‘Madhura’ means ‘Sweetness’ in Tamil. Later the name evolved to MADURAI.

Geographical and General Info.

Madurai District is situated in the South of Tamil Nadu state. It is bounded on the North by the district of Dindigul, on the East by Sivagangai, on the West by Theni and South by Virudhunagar.

Altitute : 100.58mtrs. above the sea level

North Latitude : Between 9°30.00 & 10°30.00

East Longitude : Between 77°00.00 & 78°30.00

Area : 3741.73 Square Km.


(2001 Census) : 25,62,279

Density/Sq.Km. : 733

Madurai Biryani


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A Biryani Recipe finally fragrant after 2000 years

On a hot day, after miles of digging in the erstwhile region of Persia, Archeologists chanced upon a trail that led to an important unearthing: An entire city lay in ruins; remnants of what used to be the city of “Behrouz”.

The kingdom gained popularity owing to its recipe for layered rice which was served to the kings and mass alike on festivities- A dish that is now known as Biryani.

The recipe was lost forever when King Cyrus laid siege to Behrouz.

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Many moons later Dr.Ibrahim along with his team of archeologists dug out a parchment. A parchment containing the ancient recipe of Behrouz biryani was rediscovered.

You can now experience the royal flavours of Behrouz again!

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