By JOSH WELSH, ASSOCIATED PRESSIn India, the practice of making meat from ground meat has been in place for centuries.
It was done in ancient times, and it has been practised by Muslims as well as Hindus.
The meat was made from a mixture of water, which was collected from the soil of the animal, and a small amount of oil.
It is said that the meat was not allowed to be eaten by anyone.
The tradition of making the meat from meat is believed to have started in the 8th century.
According to the Hindu, a man named Karna was asked to make a meal of a goat meat, and he did so.
It has been a tradition of the Hindus ever since.
Karna said that he was not a vegetarian, but he made the meat to satisfy his hunger, and the result was that he became the patron of the gods, as well.
According to the scriptures, Karna would make a soup of ground meat and water to appease the gods.
The meat that Karna made was called bhajan (meaning water), and it was served with meat and rice.
In his books, Puranas and Upanishads, the god Ganesh says that the bhaijan is a kind of water.
“It is a very special water which is not water in any other way,” he said in the Puranas.
The word bhavan means “holy water”.
“Bhajans have been served to all the gods and goddesses for a long time,” said Anand Kumar, professor of Indian studies at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFOR).
“Bhavans are not made from any other kind of material.
They are made from this water.
And they are said to have a special flavour and taste.”
It is also said that in this water the god Vishnu made a lot of good things, and that’s why the bhaajans are very dear to him,” he added.