How to celebrate Dhanteras

How to celebrate Dhanteras?

Dhanteras, Dhanatrayodashi or Dhanvantari Trayodashi is the first day of Diwali. ‘Dhan’ means wealth or money and ‘Teras’ means the 13th day of Krishna Paksh. On Dhanteras people purchase precious metals like gold, silver and precious gemstones etc. It is believed that buying precious metals on this day signifies prosperity and wealth throughout the year….

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Diwali Sweets Recipes | Diwali Mithai Recipes

Diwali Recipes | Collections of Diwali Sweets Recipes

Finally, Diwali is round the corner!! Lights, lamps, fireworks, lots and lots of varieties in foods etc etc. Diwali is celebrated for five days all over India with joy and enthusiasm. Diwali is a festival of vibrancy, joy, light, and bliss which is expressed through the medium of delicious delights. Families, friends, relatives and neighbours…

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Rajgira flour recipes for fasting

Rajgira Poori, Paratha and Dosa For Dussehra Fasting

Dussehra and Diwali are round the corner and fasting is followed by various individuals all over India. People follow different fasting rules depending upon their rituals and beliefs. Besides the rules and regulations of fasting, see to that you keep your body hydrated, consume food which is healthy and can be easily digested.  Rajgira flour…

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Sabudana Recipes For Fast | SueshFoods

Sabudana Recipes | Sabudana Vrat Recipes

Durga pooja, dandiya- raas, dhol, kanya pooja, bombe habba, yakshagana, Mysore Dussehra’s grand processions and lots of varieties in food. From North India to South India diversity thrives in the beliefs and rituals of our people in India. Navaratri means nine nights, which signifies that nine different forms of  goddesses are worshipped continuously for nine…

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Ghevar Recipe | Easy Homemade Ghevar Recipe | Indian Sweets :

Ghevar Recipe | Easy Homemade Ghevar Recipe | Indian Sweets

In India, sweets occupy the major part in the various cuisines available all around the country. The various culture introduces us to various kinds of sweets available in India. And most importantly, people with a sweet tooth prefer having Indian sweets as it is tastier and delectable.  Ghevar! Many would be aware about this mouth-watering…

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Traditional Mohanthal recipe :

Traditional Mohanthal recipe

Mohanthal recipe tastes almost like the south Indian favourite as well as famous Mysore pak. It is a dessert or a gram flour fudge that originated in Gujarat. Here, Mohan which is an alternative name of Lord Sri Krishna and thal means bhog or prasadam.  It is believed that Lord Krishna loved the sweet. It…

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