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The Janmashtami Special

02 Sep 2015

Everyone is well acquainted with the most famous & well-known festival of India which occurs in the month of Shravana - Sri Krishna Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna. People from various communities around the world celebrate this special festival with great pomp & jubilation.

This festival is more commonly celebrated with an abundant preparation of sweetmeats mostly made of milk & other milk products such as paneer, yoghurt, cream, butter milk, etc. All these delicious sweetmeats are prepared with great devotion & their opulent offerings are made to Lord Krishna. The reason why a lot of milk sweets are offered to Krishna on his birthday is because, he is most famous as "Makhan Chor" - the Cute Little Butter Thief as a child. He performed his most sweet pastimes as a cowherd boy, tending & rearing cows, hence he is also called as "Gopal". The general populace usually celebrates this festival by forming human pyramids & breaking pots filled with yoghurt & butter. Following are famous fasting & feasting dishes often prepared on the occasion of Janmashtami.

To enhance the mirth of this festival, here are some special Janmashtami recipes that are delicious and healthy:


Phool Makhana is the name given to popped lotus seeds used mostly in Indian cooking. It is beneficial for spleen, kidney and heart. Makhana has 12% of protein, which makes it one of the best sources of vegetarian protein. Phool Makhana with milk and sweeteners is one of the tastiest sweet dish. To know the full recipe, click on: Read more  



Melon seeds are extremely rich in antioxidants and Vitamins A, C, and E. Muskmelon seeds also contain protein which helps to maintain the tissues in our body. Apart from the health benefits, the dish is extremely tasty and festive friendly. To know the full recipe, click on: Read more



Pomegranate consists three times as many antioxidants as both wine or green tea. And Yogurt is a significant source of potassium, phosphorous, riboflavin,z iodine, zinc, and vitamin B5. Both of them together make a healthy duo, so try this health filled recipe. To know the full recipe, click here: Read more



Rajgira is well known for its health benefits. It is high in Calcium, Potassium and Vitamin C. Rajgira paratha is tasty, filling and healthy, it can be accompanied by sweet potato sabzi. To know the full recipe, click: Read more



Arbi also known as Colocasia, it is rich in dietary fibre, magnesium, iron, zinc and potassium. Arbi patties are easy to make and really tasty. To know the full recipe, click here: Read more



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