India has a legacy of festival culture and the food along with it. Most Festivals start at the end of the second quarter of the year. Our every festival gathers us some Khaas Pal at every time. In India, the festivity season starts from Aashadhi Ekadashi, Guru Purnima, and the beginning of the Hindu calendar month Shravana. Most of the festivals are followed by the Hindu calendar as our country has a very old history of thousands of years of devotional culture in Hindu festivals.
As per the English calendar months of July to November is the season of the festivals in India. Almost every festival consists of fasting and every fasting day has its flavour of fasting food. Fasting is a moral and spiritual act where the aim is to purify the body and mind to acquire divine grace. Some people strictly prefer fruits for their fasting. But also during fasting time, those who have a habit of eating something tasty do not always eat fruits.
Some of the fasting food recipes have been made by Amaranth grains and flour, Raw Banana, Coconut or Coconut Milk Preparations, Milk Products, Dry Fruits, Seeds and Nuts, and Sabudana Wada or Khichdi. These are some particular eats during the fasting of the festival.
Most of the time, people prefer the tubers like potatoes, sweet potatoes, or fruits like Banana, and Apple, which are authentic on fasting days. Among them, potato is the most popular. Many fasting foods are prepared from it and eaten with equal gusto. Chips, Chivda, or salted fries made from potato are majorly eaten during the Indian festivities!
This crunchy snack is made from a mixture of potatoes, raisins and peanuts. This delicious snack with a perfect blend of sweets and spices improves your fasting mood instantly and gives you the energy that lasts for a long. It will definitely be a good partner for your tea or coffee.
This snack is made from potatoes, raisins and peanuts with a combination of crispness and correct sweetness. For those who love to eat some sweet delicious on fasting days, then this tasty mix is a feast that lifts the mood.
The tastiest fun of your fasts in every festival that you won’t like to share on your fasting day.
Even though they are relatively high in calories, the rich fibre and protein content in peanuts could help in increasing satiety and can make you feel full for longer.
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