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Raise heat tolerance - Switch to Panta

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Raise heat tolerance, Switch to PantaPanta, the fermented rice is a basic food of poor people, but panta with dried fish shutki or ilish is a traditional platter and popular celebration food of Bengal during Pohela Baishakh festival. A similar dish consumed in the Indian state of Orissa and Chattisgarh is known as Pakhal Bhat. In Assam, where it is sometimes called Poitabhat, offering Dudh Panta (milk with stale water-soaked rice) is a part of the marital ritual. Among Hindu Bengalis, it is consumed during the Ranna-Puja (Bengali cooking festival). In Orissa and Assam you will find hotels where you can get an elaborate meal dish of Panta or Pokhal during summer seasons. Pokhal often differs from panta bhat in that seasonings and yoghurt are sometimes added prior to the fermentation process. The Halkhata has necessarily been a part of Poyla Baishakh festival , the Bengali new year . Most of the traders in the city are now busy with cleaning jobs at their shops and business centers in …