Dussehra Recipes

Dussehra is a grand Hindu festival celebrated with a lot of pomp and show. It is an important festival that marks the victory of good over the bad. According to the ancient mythology, Lord Rama killed King Ravana on this day and henceforth the day is celebrated to commemorate the demon. It is a colorful festival with lots of fun and enthusiasm among the people. The celebration starts with the nine days festival navratri and on the tenth day, Dussehra is celebrated. The festival signifies the victory of good over the evil and that is why it holds a great importance in the Hindu religion. Apart from worshipping Goddess Durga, lots of activities like dance are also organized to entertain the people.

People eagerly wait for this festival as the atmosphere becomes vibrant and all around there is happiness. Fast and special prayers are offered by the people to please the Goddess Durga and seek her blessings. All the nine days signify the different forms of Goddess Durga that are worshipped with full faith and dedication.

One of the highlights of the festival is the rich culture, traditions and the tasty food. In the southern states of India, this festival is celebrated in a very different manner. Lots of delicious recipes are prepared at home. Many guests pour in and serve with a variety of dishes that are really scrumptious. Some of the popular recipes that you can prepare in your homes are

  • Chickpea sundal

  • Besan rava ladoo

  • Pal payasam

  • Bhakar vadi

  • Brown peas sundal

  • Karamani sundal and lots more.

These dishes are easy to prepare with the women putting their best efforts to prepare the traditional dishes in a new style. If you are fond of this festival, do try the above recipes which are quite interesting, tasty and simple to prepare.




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