Bhuni Khichadi | Chana Dal Khichadi for Makar Sakranti
Bhuni Khichadi is a dish that is cooked on Makar Sankranti in most of northern India. From as long as I remember, bhuni khichadi and Chawal ki kheer are two staple dishes Mom used to make for the breakfast on the day of makar Sankranti which falls on next
special sweets of Makar Sankranti use til (sesame) and gur (jaggery) be it til ke laddoo of North India; Tilgul of Maharashtra; Yellu-Bella of Karnataka; Tilkut, Tilwa of Bihar; til chikkis of Gujarat; makar chaula of Orissa; revri of Punjab; til-patti of Rajasthan; gajak of Uttar Pradesh; or tiler nadu of Bengal. One more similarity in food is the ‘Khichdi,’ the delicious preparation made of rice and pulses.
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The sun rises with hope, kites fly with vigor and crops are ready to be harvested – all denoting hope, joy and abundance. Happy Makar Sankranti #makarsankranti #makarsankranticelebration # makarsankrantisurya Visit: http://www.cinnhotels.com/
Tomorrow we observe Lohri, synonymous with Makar Sankranti. The festival is also observed as Lal Loi in the Sindhi community. Traditionally celebrated a day before Makar Sankranti, it is observed by lighting a bonfire (signifies the return of longer days) post-sunset and tossing sesame seeds, jaggery, sugar-candies and rewaries into it (signifying thanking elements for a good harvest). #PurityOfPrayer
The harvest festival Makar Sankranti, popular in India, Bangladesh and Nepal, is celebrated, with kite-flying, honouring cows and eating sweet dishes. #sweets #food #festival #India #kites #MakarSankranti #hindi
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