Republic day in India is celebrated every year with great enthusiasm on 26th of January to honour the Constitution of India as it came into force on the same day in the year 1950.Republic Day is the symbol of true spirit for the independent India where military parades, exhibiting military equipment, salute to the national flag by the Indian president and variety of events are take place at this day. The National Flag of India is a national symbol designed in horizontal rectangular shape. It is designed using three colours such as deep saffron (top most), white (middle) and India green (lower most). The middle white colour contains navy blue Ashoka Chakra (means Wheel of Law)in the centre having 24 spokes in the wheel. 

 

Indian National Flag

 

Indian flag means a lot to us. It is our symbol of unity to lead us on one common way of Dharma even after being of different faiths and religions of Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism, Islam and Sikhism.The topmost part of the national flag is designed using saffron colour which indicates courage and selflessness of the nation. It is the common and religiously significant color of the religions like Hindu, Buddhist and Jain. Saffron colour indicates renunciation and absolution of the ego of the people belongs to different religion and unites to become one.

 

 

The middle part of the Indian national flag is designed using white colour which represents the honesty, purity and peace of the nation. According to the Indian philosophy, white colour also represents the cleanliness and knowledge. It lightens the path of truth in order to guide the nation.

 

 

The lowermost part of the Indian national flag is designed using the green colour which represents the faith, fertility and prosperity of the nation. According to the philosophy of India, green colour is a festive and stabilizing color which represents the life and happiness. It indicates the greenery of earth all over the India.

 

 

According to the Hindu religion, the meaning number 24 is of great significance in the Puranas. Ashok Chakra is considered as the Dharma Chakra which is also known as the Samay Chakra. Ashok Chakra contains 24 spokes in the centre which represents the 24 precious hours of the whole day. It also represents 24 Dharma Rishis of the Hindu religion Who wielded whole power of the Gayatri Mantra (a most powerful mantra of the Hindu religion). All 24 Dharma Rishis of the Himalayas gets represented with 24 letters of the eternal Gayatri Mantra (first one represents the Vishvamitra whereas last one represents the Yajnavalkya who governs religion means Dharma).

 

 

According to the Hindu religion, all the 24 spokes of the national Flag represents the Life means The Dharma which are as follows: Love, Courage, Patience, Peacefulness, Magnanimity, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, Selflessness, Self-Control, Self Sacrifice, Truthfulness, Righteousness, Justice, Mercy, Gracefulness, Humility, Empathy, Sympathy, Spiritual Knowledge, Moral Values, Spiritual Wisdom, The Fear of God and Faith (Belief or Hope).Navy blue colour, of the Ashok Chakra in the centre of the white strip of the national flag, indicates the most truth of the universe. It represents the color of sky and ocean.

 

 

India is a country having people of different cultures, societies, religions and languages who interplay with each other harmoniously. Independence to the India is the great pride as it was obtained over years after facing a variety of obstacles and hurdles.So on this republic day, we the Bloggers at the Foodie Monday Blog Hop theme decided to  celebrate the Tricolor and what better way than expressing it through Food.So here is my take on expressing my gratitude and celebrating the 67th Republic Day by this tricolor Panacotta.

 

 

Pana cotta, is a traditional Italian dessert that is made with cream, milk, sugar, vanilla and gelatin, often served with caramel syrup . Panna cotta is a very basic pudding that is made of dairy thickened with gelatin. It originated in Italy and its name literally means “cooked cream,” since the earliest versions were made of thick cream, sometimes thickened with fish bones. You can eat it straight out of a cup, but it’s often un molded onto a plate and drizzled with sweet sauce and garnished with fruit. A bite of panna cotta is remarkably creamy, melting in the mouth without a trace of grittiness or lumps. Panna cotta is one of my ideal desserts: it’s very easy and quick to make, it can be made ahead of time, and it is an overall crowd pleaser.

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TRICOLOR PANA COTTA - CELEBRATING INDIA's 67th REPUBLIC DAY
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  1. Put the gelatine powder in a bowl filled with cold water for 15 minutes or until soft.
  2. Put the cream, milk and sugar in a deep vessel and cook it on a slow fire until the mixture boils. Put the cardamom powder in it.
  3. Turn off the fire and add the soft gelatine powder.  Mix well until the gelatine is well dissolved.
  4. Divide the mixture into 3 small bowls.
  5. Add the green apple crush in one of the bowls along with some green color, the orange crush along with the orange color in the other.  Adding of food color is optional but to bring the exact shade of the Tricolor I have used the color.
  6. Keep the 3 small bowls in a pot filled with hot water, so the gelatine doesn’t solidify while you prepare the 3 layers of panna cotta.
  7. Put some of the Green panna cotta in a serving glass and put it in the freezer for at least 30 minutes or until it solidifies.
  8. Then add the white panna cotta and put the glasses back in the freezer until it solidifies.
  9. Put the last layer of Orange Panacotta and put the glasses in the fridge overnight before serving.
Recipe Notes
  • Decorate with some strawberry and enjoy this beautiful textured dessert on this Republic day.

 

 

HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY TO ALL MY FRIENDS………

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