sabji

Tibet ke lhaasa shahar mein sabjiyon ki ek mandi
kuchh sabjiyaaain

sabji kisi paudhe ke khaae jaane vaale hisse ko bolte hain, haalaanki beejon aur meethe falon ko aam-taur se sabji naheen bulaaya jaata. khaae jaane vaale patte, tane, danthal aur jade aksar sabji bulaae jaate hain. saanskrutik najriye se 'sabji' ki paribhaasha sthaaneeya pratha ke hisaab se badalti hai. udaaharan ke liye bahut se log kukuramutton (masharoomon) ko sabji maanate hain (haalaaainki jeevavaijnyaaanik drushti se yeh paudhe naheen samajhe jaate) jabki anya logon ke anusaar yeh sabji naheen balki ek anya khaane ki shreni hai.[1][2]

kuchh sabjiyaaain kachchi khaai ja sakti hain jabki anya sabjiyon ko pakaana padta hai. aam-taur par sabjiyon ko namak ya khattaai ke saath pakaaya jaata hai lekin kuchh sabjiyaaain aisi bhi hain jinhein cheene ke saath pakaakar unki mithaai ya halave banaae jaate hain (masalan gaajar).

anukram

shabd ki jadein

'sabj' shabd ka matlab aadhunik faarasi mein 'hara', ya kabhi-kabhi 'kaala', hota hai. faarasi mein 'sabji' keval vaastav mein hare rang ke patton-sabjiyon ko bulaaya jaata hai jabki hindi, urdoo, punjabi, Kashmiri aur uttari bhaarateeya upamahaadveep ki anya bhaashaaoain mein 'sabji' ki shreni mein kisi bhi rang ki sabjiyaaain shaamil hain. dhyaan dein ki sanskrut aur faarasi hind-Irani bhaasha parivaar ki bahne hone ke kaaran hajaaron sajaateeya shabd rakhati hain aur 'sabj' bhi inmein se ek hai. sanskrut mein isi shabd ka roop 'sasya' hai, jiska mool arth '(khaaya jaane wala) daana ya fal' tha.[3]

sandarbh

  1. Suggestions - Vegetables, Cooks.com, Accessed on 2009-06-24.
  2. Alternative Crops and Plants: Vegetables and Mushrooms. United States Department of Agriculture. Last modified on 2009-06-08. Retrieved 2009-06-24.
  3. Priyadarshi, P. 2010. Recent Studies in Indian Archaeo-linguistics and Archaeo-genetics having bearing on Indian Prehistory, Joint Annual Conference of Indian Archaeology Society, Indian Society for Prehistoric and Quaternary Studies, Indian History and Culture Society, Lucknow, 30 December 2010. ... We can now have a look at some of the farming related words in the Indo-European languages ... *sehm (PIE, grain), sasa (Sanskrit; sasam in Rig-Veda), sasya (Sanskrit, food, seed, grain, herb), sas (Kashmiri, beans, peas, lentils), sas (Bangla, grain, fruit), sasa (Oriya, kernel, nutritious part), sabz (Iranian, green vegetable), sem (Hindi, beans) ...

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