Healthy Aloo Para...
Jan 13, 2023
Janmashtami is also known as Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami. It is celebrated every year on the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha or a dark fortnight in the month of Bhadrapada according to the Hindu calendar. Rohini Nakshatra also holds great significance. This year 2021, it will begin at 6:39 AM on Aug 30rth and ends at 9:44 AM on August 31.
Krishna Janmashtami festival is celebrated for 2-3 days to celebrate the born day of Lord Krishna. It is celebrated by Hindus all over the world as a festival. During this festival, drama-dance enactments of the life of Lord Krishna is played out in many corners of the world followed by all-night programs like the singing of devotional songs, fasting, and actual celebration of the festival the following day. The Krishna Janmashtami is a very important religious festival.
It is widely said that lord Krishna loves milk based foods and sweets a lot, including peda, kheer, mishri, Poha etc. People make delicacies like Makhan mishri, plain milk and honey, chakli, sabhudana khichdi and many more. Now in this blog let us see a healthy and tasty little millet ladoo.
This Krishna Janmashtami 2021, let’s pray to Lord Krishna for his blessings to give us health, wealth, love and prosperity to all.
Little Millet or Samai have originated from India, It is grown and used for food almost entirely in our country. This relates to the combination of small millets, which are said to be nutritionally superior to white rice and wheat. The name Samai is actually a Tamil word for this lesser-known member of the millet family. It is identified as Kutki or Shavan in Hindi, Gajro or Kuri in Gujarati, and Sava in Marathi.
One among the few cereal crops that do not demand much from the fertile soil or proper irrigation, little millets can grow well even in the poorest of soils and with little rainfall. Yet, while it does not take much to grow, but little millet gives back tremendous benefits in terms of health benefits. Little millet if made with jiggery and moong dhal it becomes a great combination of health with taste. Once taken a bite, this ladoo will melt in your mouth, with a mild cardamom flavour but just leaves a sweetness to last. Have a look:
Try this recipe today, make sweet and healthy little millet ladoo for Lord Krishna and celebrate Krishna Janmashtami 2021 with your loved ones.
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