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    A round up of A�Ugadi delights around the city

    Dakshin: Usher in the new year with an exquisite feast a�?The Celebrated Tastes of South Indiaa��at Dakshin. Chef George Jayasurya and his culinary team have put together traditional Ugadi delights, including majige (butter milk tempered with mustard, curry leaves and red chillies), assorted vadas, kadale gojju (a black chick peas dish), or obbattu (lentils and jaggery stuffed flour pancakes). April 8. Rs 1,800++ (per person). At ITC Windsor, Golf Course Road. Lunch, and dinner. Details: 41401223

    Karavalli : Chef Naren Thimmaiah has crafted a beautiful meal, to be served on banana leaves. While the main course packs in kaalu usli (sprouts tempered with Mangalorean masala); and southekai pachadi (Mangalore cucumber cooked with curd and grounded coconut), ananas saasive (sweet and sour pineapple curry), desserts include split Bengal gram-based kadlebele payasa, and kadubu (made of steamed flat rice cake). April 8. Rs 1,400. At The Gateway Hotel, Residency Road. Noon to 3.30 pm. Details: 66604545

    Latitude: Savour the authentic flavours of Ugadi at the multi-cuisine all-day diner Latitude. Executive chef Satya Kedhar-nath has whipped up puliogare, obbattu, sakre pongal, saggubiyyam payasam, and medu vada. April 8. Rs 1,060. At Vivanta by Taj, Whitefield. Lunch. Details: 66933333

    Mutliple stores: Paper Boat has packaged the Ugadi special drink, Panakam, for its fans across Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai for a limited period. Typically an offering to the gods, ita��s got jaggery, lemon, ginger, pepper, cardamom, and water. Ita��s high on the health quotient as well. While jaggery beats dehydration, ginger is blessed with anti-oxidants and astringents. April 6 onwards. Rs 30. At Spar, Koramangala. Details: 25508040


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