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In India, these days are very auspicious and full celebration of Ganapati Utsav and Goddess Amba - Bhadarvi Poonam (Full moon day). According to Hindu calendar, the Ganapati Utsav starts from the...

from Archana's Kitchen - Simple Recipes & Cooking Ideas

Beetroot and Carrot Halwa

With the New year starting off according to the Hindu calendar Chaitra Navaratri is going to start and end on Rama Navami on a ninth day. Chaitra Navratri is more popular in the northern India and most of them fast. We bring you Navratri fasting recipes that are nutritious and will give instant energy. Heres Beetroot and carrot Halwa which is very healthy and nutritious. You can also use dates as a natural sweetener and make it healthy too. Recipe by Pooja. -->…


#fasting #primal Religious month affecting fish diet for penguins in Mumbai zoo reveals poor planning Shraavana is the fifth month of the Hindu calendar which begins in late July and continues till the third week of August. For many Hindus, it is the month of fasting. Many people also avoid non-vegetarian food during Shraavana. In Mumbai, this year's ...

from Archana's Kitchen - Simple Recipes & Cooking Ideas

Gul Poli Recipe (Maharashtrian jaggery and seasme seeds stuffed flat bread)

Here's Maharastrian Gul poli recipe to delight your friends and family The core ingredients are jaggery & sesame seeds which keeps the body warm provide adequate nutrition required during cold winters. - Recipe by Soni --> #Vegetarian #Recipes


Khaja is said to be surti monsoon delicacy. Khaja, which means just eat it, surfaced in late 1880s. Hasmukh Ghariwala, 82, said, “During those days, the city used to have a horse race on four weekends of Aashad month of the Hindu calendar year. The race was held at Ghod Dod Road of today. The race used to start from Athwa police chowky and ended at Langar in Dumas. Some Krishna bhaktas are believed to have made this khaja. They used to distribute it before and after the race to people. It…

Hindu celebration-India's exciting Holi or "Festival of Colors" is based on the Hindu calendar and falls on a different date each year


Happy Navratri #Navratri is a holy #festival of 9 days celebrated twice every year according to Hindu calendar. Devotees fast for entire 9 days or only on the first and the last day. #HappyNavratri #WEBSITE #DESIGNING, #RESPONSIVE ,# MOBILE #WEBSITES #CUSTOM #WEB #DESIGNING

The famous Hindu festival Dussehra, also known as Vijayadashmi or Ayudhapuja, is celebrated on the 10th day of Shukla Paksha (the bright half) in the month of Ashvin (as per Hindu calendar) and falls on 11th October this year.The name Dussehra is derived from Sanskrit word Dasha-hara which means Dashanan ravan. Vijayadashami is derived from Vijay which means victory and Dashmi mean the tenth day.

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Hindu Festivals Calendar 2016