Yummy for the Tummy
Solve that quandary of what to cook tonight by tapping Indian culinary queen Tarla Dalal's "Desi Khana." This ravishing CD offers 140 Indian vegetarian recipes hyperlinked to a glossary of every possible ingredient--from cashews to cardamom. Wholesome curries, snacks, chutneys, breads, rices and more are complimented by nutritional stats for each dish. Many who love Indian food are intimidated by how it's prepared. The CD's videos eliminate such fears and get you right into "mango vanilla burfi." Mac & Windows. US$30. Contact: Kirloskar Computer Services, 5570 Malleswaram West, Bangalore 560055, India. E-mail: email@example.com
Do not make me, O Mother, a cross-grained, pain-hugging recluse. I want to enjoy the world, seeing in it Thy manifestation." Thus uttered Sri Ramakrishna (1836-1886), one of India's great spiritual pillars, after profound God realization, feeling compelled to guide others to the same state. His legacy lives on the Web at www.ramakrishna.org. You'll find affectionate biographies, classic photos for sale and the universal teachings of Ramakrishna, Vivekananda and Sri Sarada Devi, plus a schedule of weekly classes and Sunday services at the Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Center of New York.
More people are incarcerated in the US than in any country. While still in prison, many feel the urge to get spiritual. Who will guide them? Most of us don't bother. Exceptional help comes from the Human Kindness Foundation, based on the teachings of Neem Karoli Baba. At www.humankindness.org you learn about Bo and Sita Lozoff's upliftment of thousands of US prisoners since 1973 through programs of yoga, community service and written correspondence--The Prison/Ashram Project--and how you can help. The online catalog (sales fund the nonprofit foundation) gives resources for prisoners and the rest of us, especially Bo's bestseller book, We're All Doing Time.
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Krishna Yajur Veda, Svetasvatara Upanishad 3.15?16