Indif.com
Web  Site 
Indian Shopping Central
II Vrat Recipes  II

Hinduism is often described as a religion of fasts, feasts and festivals. Fasting is a Hindu tradition to please God, by controlling and curbing one's desires. Fasts most commonly known as Upvaas or Vrat are the days when devotees refrain themselves from regular food. wherein you can eat only restricted number of food items, and at restricted times like phalahaar (Fruits) or non-cereal food. Essentially, this means no lentils or grains. Also salt is restricted to Sendha Namak or rock salt. As for masalaas and vegetables, different people follow different rules. Here we have tried  tocover various types of recipes which can be allowed in a most of the  vrats like navratras, shivratri etc.There are some particular vrats like Santoshi ma vrat, Brashpativar vrat etc. in which people follow particular eating pattern, which is not covered here. Here we have a general recipe collection which is commonly eaten during fasting.

Sabudana Khichdi

Vrat ke chawal

Maazedaar Aloo

Sabudana vada

Sabudana Kheer

Kotu Aloo Pakora

Kotu Parantha

Singhare Ki Burfi

Arbi Rassedaar

Makhana Kheer


 

[Contact us/Feedback ] [ Disclaimer ] [Sitemap ]

Copyright 2005-2014 INDIF.COM All rights reserved throughout the World
Any unauthorized duplication of this site is strictly
prohibited and liable to prosecution.
Site maintained and designed by Indif Technologies Inc.
This site is best viewed in Internet Explorer