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Here is Thali for Navratri recipes day 8 Navratri is celebrated to worship the divine forms of Goddesses Durga (first 3 days), Lakshmi (next 3 days) and Saraswathi (last 3 days). These 9 days are supposed to be auspicious period for Hindus. In Maharashtra, Gujarat and some North Indian states, many people observe fast during the 9 days as offerings to these deities. Navratri fasting is very special with many do's and dont's. Keeping all these rules in mind, I have developed different recipes for different days of Navratri. These are fasting recipes that can make your fasting interesting. This Thali for Day 8 has  Sabudana Kashmiri Pulao, Cucumber Raita, Fruit Custard Navratri Thali day 8

Here is Thali for Navratri recipes day 7 Navratri is celebrated to worship the divine forms of Goddesses Durga (first 3 days), Lakshmi (next 3 days) and Saraswathi (last 3 days). These 9 days are supposed to be auspicious period for Hindus. In Maharashtra, Gujarat and some North Indian states, many people observe fast during the 9 days as offerings to these deities. Navratri fasting is very special with many do's and dont's. Keeping all these rules in mind, I have developed different recipes for different days of Navratri. These are fasting recipes that can make your fasting interesting. This Thali for Day 7 has: Rajgira Paratha, Peanut Chatni, Sweet Potato Halwa Navratri Thali Day 7

Here is Thali for Navratri recipes day 6 Navratri is celebrated to worship the divine forms of Goddesses Durga (first 3 days), Lakshmi (next 3 days) and Saraswathi (last 3 days). These 9 days are supposed to be auspicious period for Hindus. In Maharashtra, Gujarat and some North Indian states, many people observe fast during the 9 days as offerings to these deities. Navratri fasting is very special with many do's and dont's. Keeping all these rules in mind, I have developed different recipes for different days of Navratri. These are fasting recipes that can make your fasting interesting. This Thali for Day 6 has Stuffed Potato Tikki, Sweet & Sour Pumpkin Chatni, Rajgira Sheera Navratri thali day 6

Here is Thali for Navratri recipes day 4 Navratri is celebrated to worship the divine forms of Goddesses Durga (first 3 days), Lakshmi (next 3 days) and Saraswathi (last 3 days). These 9 days are supposed to be auspicious period for Hindus. In Maharashtra, Gujarat and some North Indian states, many people observe fast during the 9 days as offerings to these deities. Navratri fasting is very special with many do's and dont's. Keeping all these rules in mind, I have developed different recipes for different days of Navratri. These are fasting recipes that can make your fasting interesting. Thali for Navratri Day 4 has : Sama Coconut Rice, Kadhi, Papaya Halwa Navratri thali Day 4

Here is Thali for Navratri recipes day 3 Navratri is celebrated to worship the divine forms of Goddesses Durga (first 3 days), Lakshmi (next 3 days) and Saraswathi (last 3 days). These 9 days are supposed to be auspicious period for Hindus. In Maharashtra, Gujarat and some North Indian states, many people observe fast during the 9 days as offerings to these deities. Navratri fasting is very special with many do's and dont's. Keeping all these rules in mind, I have developed different recipes for different days of Navratri. These are fasting recipes that can make your fasting interesting. This Thali for Day 3 has Sama & Sago dosa, Alu sabzi, Pumpkin Kheer Navratri Thali Day 3

Here is Thali for Navratri recipes day 2 Navratri is celebrated to worship the divine forms of Goddesses Durga (first 3 days), Lakshmi (next 3 days) and Saraswathi (last 3 days). These 9 days are supposed to be auspicious period for Hindus. In Maharashtra, Gujarat and some North Indian states, many people observe fast during the 9 days as offerings to these deities. Navratri fasting is very special with many do's and dont's. Keeping all these rules in mind, I have developed different recipes for different days of Navratri. These are fasting recipes that can make your fasting interesting.

This Thali for Day 2 has Sama Kichdi, Peanut Amti & Sabudhana Kheer

Navratri Thali Day 2

Here is Thali for Navratri recipes day 1 Navratri is celebrated to worship the divine forms of Goddesses Durga (first 3 days), Lakshmi (next 3 days) and Saraswathi (last 3 days). These 9 days are supposed to be auspicious period for Hindus. In Maharashtra, Gujarat and some North Indian states, many people observe fast during the 9 days as offerings to these deities. Navratri fasting is very special with many do's and dont's. Keeping all these rules in mind, I have developed different recipes for different days of Navratri. These are fasting recipes that can make your fasting interesting. This Thali for Day 1 has Sabudana Thalipeeth, Pumpkin Pomegranate Raita & Coconut Ladoo

Just the word ‘Salad’ brings to everyone’s mind grated carrots and cucumbers dressed with lime, pepper and salt. No, a salad need not be boring. There are multiple ways of making interesting, tasty salads. Lets see what are the ingredients that go to make an interesting salad that is nutritious as well. Salads are wonderful ways of adding health to your life. Firstly, they have natural flavours, crunchy texture and wonderful colours gifted by Nature. Secondly, including a large serving of fresh raw vegetables in our everyday meal can have significant health benefits. Salads are a natural source of fibre. Be it summer or winter, a crisp salad is the basis for an energizing meal. Even while dining out, ordering a fresh salad is the best way to start a dinner. The digestive enzymes that are present in the raw vegetables prevent indigestion that might be caused by the food that was to follow.

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February 10th is celebrated as World Pulses Day. I am an avid fan of whole pulses / lentils. When I took a review of my posts so far, I realised I have as of today posted 22 recipes using whole pulses & legumes. I decided to compile all those recipes and make an eBook that you can download from my site.

 

Healthy Eating 🙂

Rama Ganapathy