Navratri festival is a Hindu festival which is the biggest celebration of God’s worship. People worship the goddess avatar of Durga Maa during these 9 days of celebration.
There are two types of Navratri. One is Chaitra Navratri which comes during summer ( May -June) and the other is Sharad Navratri which is celebrated during the starting of the winter month. (October-November).
Indian people celebrate this festival and do fast as well. Some people do fast as they believe in holiness while others also do for detoxing their bodies.
During this festival, people avoid eating onion & garlic and consuming alcohol too as they become one with God’s energy.
And we can’t forget the Garba which is going loud till midnight and everyone enjoy it with thrilling Dandiya Music. This is really fun.
When people are fasting at the same time enjoying the dance & musical nights, they need to maintain their immunity and in that case, we have included some real foods that will help regain their energy.
One important note you need to take care of here is that you need to take Vrat food in small intervals rather than taking one interval meal altogether. This way you won’t feel hungry again & again.
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When fast days comes in, you get to eat this delicious khichdi ever. It’s so easy to make which doesn’t consume your time much so you can enjoy all night long dancing. The texture of the khichdi is so soft you gotta eat at least two bowls. But don’t forget small intervals.
Thalipeeth will be your tasty treat during your fasting days. It has some crushed peanuts & potatoes accompanied with lemon juice in it. Perfect tangy tasty treat.
It’s a fried and crispy recipe. Arbi is called a colocasia root. It is fried and then mixed with spices on the top which is just mouth-watering.
This is often made recipe during the Navratri festival. This Paratha is made from Kuttu flour. You have other flours also to use in fast like Rajgara flour but this is the best one.
This one is an all-time favorite delicacy. A perfect homemade style sweet recipes to satisfy your sweet cravings during fasting days.
A lot of names for this dish. You may call it tamarind rice or Andhra Pulihora or Chitpandu rice. During the festival, people offer this to God as naivedyam.
This Navratri festival, energize yourself with this healthy toxic recipes. These recipes not only will help in increasing immunity but also helps to reboot your nervous system.
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Happy Navratri to you all!