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Jamai Sasthi Special Recipes

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Jamai Sasthi Special Thali

  Jamai Sasthi is really a very special festival to celebrate in every Bengali household. This day is mainly dedicated to son-in-laws. In Bengali, ‘Jamai’ means son-in-law in sasthi means sixth day as this occasion held on the sixth day of Bengali month ‘Jayestha’ according to the Hindu calendar. Mother-in-laws... more

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Basant Panchami or Saraswati Puja Recipes

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Boondi

Basant Panchami is famous festival when we all worship Goddess Saraswati – goddess of learning, intellect and wisdom. During spring or in the Hindu month of Magh, the Vasant Panchami festival has been celebrated. Yellow colour is everywhere dominating on that day not only in clothes; even some of the... more

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Tri Colour Recipes for Republic & Independence Day Celebrations

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The colour of patriotism can also be reflected on your food. So prepare these simple yet tasty recipes in your home to give your Republic & Independence Day a feel of patriotism. Celebrate your day with such flavor and Tri colour food recipes.     Tri Colour Sandwich: Inspired by... more

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Makar Sankranti or Poush Sankranti

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Poush Sankranti

Makar Sankranti or Poush Sankranti is a Hindu festival which is celebrated all over the India. It is also a harvest festival mostly celebrated in 14th – 15th January every year. Makar Sankranti is also known as Poush Sankranti, Pongal, Lohri and Khichadi is different state of India. This is... more

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Navratri Recipe

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Navratri Special Recipes:   Navratri is one of the holiest festivals among Hindus where people across the country worship Goddess Durga in nine different avatars for nine days. During these nine auspicious nights of Navratri, people worship Maa Durga and observe fasts. This festival is celebrated twice every year –... more

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Guru Nanak Jayanti Recipes

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Malai Laddoo

How to Celebrate Guru Nanak Jayanti 2016 Guru Nanak Jayanti is one of the auspicious occasions of the Sikh community. Guru Nanak Singh is the founder of the Sikh religion and his birthday is celebrated every year between October and November which is known as Guru Nanak Jayanti. This festival... more

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Kojagari Lakshmi Puja Recipe

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Narkel Naru or Nariyel ki Laddu

    Murki: Murki is traditional Bengali dish which is mainly making during Lakshmi Puja. But anyone can take the taste of this recipe at any time.         Gurer Narkel Naru or Nariel ki Laddu: Gurer Narkel Naru is the dessert from Bengal with ball shaped that... more

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Holi Special Recipes

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Holi Special Recipe

Holi Special Food Holi is the festival full of colours and colourful food. It is the time of celebration. It is that type of festival where people from different part of India celebrate this day together without bringing the community, caste, colour or status in mind. This is done in... more

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Diwali Special Faral

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Diwali Snacks & Sweets – Diwali Faral: Diwali is the five day festival, celebrated mainly in October-November during Autumn. It is the festival of lights, joy, brightness and splendor. People from different part of India – Hindus, Sikhs, Jains celebrate Diwali by setting out clay oil lamps & candles, enjoying... more

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Shivratri Recipe

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Sabudana Vada

    Rajgire Ki Roti   Rajgire ki Roti is simple to make. This is a fasting recipe for festival season like Shivratri, Navratri etc.         Sabudana Vada Sabudana Vada is also named as Sago Vada is another fasting recipe during Shivratri or Navratri. This is a... more

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