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Dhanteras Festival 2017- Puja, Date, and Muhurat Timing, Significance and prasad

Diwali is festival of lights and celeberated by joy and happiness, and also  the India’s biggest festival. Diwali is just around to start and all Indians around the world are preparing  for the celeberation. The dhanteras will be mark the beginning of the five day long festival of diwali. Diwali is called the Festival of Lights and is celebrated to honor Rama-chandra, the ...

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This Diwali,fill your home with Kaju Ki Barfi

 The festival, which coincides with the Hindu New Year, celebrates new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. Rama is the hero of the story of Diwali, rescuing the kidnapped Sita from her captor. And here is the beautiful Sita, kidnapped by the evil Ravana but rescued by Rama and Hanuman. In the story of Diwali, diya are ...

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Diwali Special 2017 : Maharashtrian Faral Snacks for Festive Celebrations this year

Diwali festival is one of the biggest festival in the country. Diwali will be celebrate on 19th October this year. Diwali is the festival which is celeberated by everyone every year with full festive spirit. Diwali celebrates the homecoming of Lord Ram after defeating the demon king Ravana. In diwali, people decorate their houses and with different multi-coloured rangolis, and lighting the ...

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Navratri 2017: What Foods Can You Should Eat While Fasting !

Navaratri (nine nights) is one of the greatest Hindu festivals. It symbolizes the triumph of good over evil. Navratri takes place at the beginning of October around harvest time and, as the name implies, this festival is celebrated for nine days. Navratri is also known as Durga Puja.     Fasting during Navratri was never as good as it is nowadays. Sabudana, kuttu, Singhade, Aloo (potato) are ...

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Sunday 10 Best Indian food Lunch Recipes

Nowdays, we wish for wholesome lunch? But in our daily live taking out 15 minutes are off to savour our meals seems like a distant reality for us. Although we thought that we quickly grab a meals but without caring about the calories or the nutrional content, and this cause harm to our body. The lunch hours of the day ...

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Monsoon Season Special: 10 Food items you should try in Rainy Season

Whatever be your feelings toward it, you cannot deny nor ignore the magic of monsoon in Mumbai, even when the magic gets a little dark at times. But it is our most favorite because of  the weather and cold breeze of it which directly splash on us with those mild smell. With that food is our best friend and to ...

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Krishna Janmashtami : Indian Dessert For Festive Season !

Mishri Makkhan: Janmashtami special..! Gokulashtami or krishna jayanti is celeberated by Indians. In India, Lord krishna birthday festival is celebrated  in the evening as Krishna was born at midnight. Most people observe a strict fast on this day and eat only after the midnight puja. This festival is celebrated by fasting and praying too Lord Krishna.  Ingredients: 250 gms fresh cream/malai stored ...

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Lord krishna special festive season sweet

Coconut Barfi : Janmashtami Special The Janmashtami rituals and celebrations held in temples during mid-night.The birthplace of Krishna, Mathura and Vrindavan celebrate this occasion with great with lot of happiness, religious plays or Raslilas are performed to recreate events from the life of Lord Krishna and to honor his love for Radha. It is also know as “Dahi Handi” in ...

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RAKSHA BANDHAN SPECIAL: Indian Dessert For Festive Season !

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RABRI : RAKSHA BANDHAN SPECIAL! Ingredients 3 cups full-fat milk 2 fresh bread slices 1/2 cup condensed milk 1 tbsp sugar For The Garnish 1/4 tsp cardamom (elaichi) powder Method Remove the crusts of the bread slices and discard. Grind the bread slices in a food processor to make fresh bread crumbs and keep aside. Bring the milk to boil ...

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Rakhsa Bandhan Special- Fill the happiness with luscious sweets!

Gulab Jamun Ingredients • Mawa (khoya) 1 1/2 cup • Chenna 1/4 cup • Soda bicarbonate 1/4 teaspoon • Refined flour (maida) 3 tablespoons • Green cardamom powder 1/4 teaspoon • Sugar 2 cups • Ghee to deep fry Method Grate khoya and mash chenna and keep aside. Mix the two along with soda bicarbonate, refined flour, green cardamom powder ...

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