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If neera is so tasty, how and where we get it?

Asked by lionheart, 14 Sep '08 05:13 pm
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From Railway station.....
Answered by bobby, 14 Sep '08 06:58 pm

 
  
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Coastal areas
Answered by gauri mehta, 14 Sep '08 05:18 pm

 
  
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In Karnataka, India, palm wine is usually available at toddy shops (known as "Kallu Angadi" in Kannada or "Liquor Shop" in English). In Tamil Nadu, this beverage is currently banned, though the legality fluctuates with politics. In the absence of legal toddy, moonshine distillers of arrack often sell methanol-contaminated alcohol, which can have lethal consequences. To discourage this practice, authorities have pushed for inexpensive "Indian Made Foreign Liquor" (IMFL), much to the dismay of toddy tappers.

In the state of Andhra Pradesh (India), toddy is a popular drink in rural parts. The kallu is collected, distributed and sold by the people of a particular caste called Goud or Gownla. It is a big business in the cities of those districts. In villages, people drink it every day after work. In some villages in Karimnagar district, it is delivered daily to the door. The entire family (including children and women) sit in a circle in their backyard ...more
Answered by Jack Johnson, 14 Sep '08 05:17 pm

 
  
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Palm tree jaha jaha available hai vaha se prapt kiya ja sakta hai kintu neera ko ped se nakalne ke2-3 ghante ke bhitar peena swasthwardhak hai. bad me vah sharab ban jayegi jise tum pina nahi chahogi.
Answered by gyanchand, 14 Sep '08 05:17 pm

 
  
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