Traditionally, Word of mouth, those match-making Aunties / Uncles and Church Registers have been avenues for Catholic Matrimonials.
South Indian payasam also makes extensive use of jaggery (Tamil: வெல்லம் vellam, Telugu: బెల్లం bellam, Kannada: ಬೆಲ್ಲ bella, Malayalam: ശർക്കര sharkkara) and coconut milk in place of sugar and milk. The most common types of payasam in South India include Pal (milk) payasam, Javvarisi (sago/tapioca pearl) payasam, Semiya (vermicelli) payasam, Paruppu (dhal) payasam, Nei (ghee) payasam (also known as Aravana payasam), Carrot payasam, Wheat payasam, Wheat rava (wheat semolina) payasam, and Arisi Thengai (coconut and rice) payasam, which is a traditional Iyengar-style recipe.
In a South Indian meal, payasam or payasa, is served first at any formal or auspicious occasion.
Why Catholic Matri The Catholic population in India is around 18 million in number.
The major communities include Anglo Indians, Goans, Mangaloreans, East Indians, Malayalees, Tamilians, Karwari, Sawantwadi and other Catholics from other States in India.
Catholic Matri is an initiative started by Celine D’Souza and Valerian D’Souza to bridge the gap which exists currently in the Catholic Matrimonial domain.