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Gokulashtami Recipes 2015 | Krishna Janmashtami Recipes

Gokulashtami Recipes 2015 | Krishna Janmashtami Recipes

Krishna Janmashtami falls on 5th September 2015 this year also known as Gokulashtami, Ashtami Rohini, Sri Krishna Jayanthi and many other names is celebration to mark birth of Krishna, eight avatar of Vishnu. I have already posted Janmashtami Vrat or fasting recipes collection and today I am listing Naivedyam recipes specially done in South India with payasam, ladoo, halwa, vada, rice variety etc which normally not in the case for Naivedyam for people whom are fasting. (image from google).

All over India Janmashtami celebrated in different manner like in maharashtra dahi handi is played and popular which one can see in lots of Hindi movie. In most part of India swings and cradles place outside home or in pooja room to mark Krishna's birth and childhood. In North India fast is observe for full day and devotee eat after mid night which belived to time Krishna was born. In my home full day fast is observe without eating, some times even without water or only fruits are consumed. You can follow the rules at your home or adjust them to suit your needs.

Wishing you all Very Happy Gokulashtami.

Maaldau Coconut Laddu Rava Laddu
Coconut Khoya Ladoo Dates Sesame Laddu coconut laddo
Oats Dry Fruits Ladoo Dry Khoya Sooji Jamun Kesar Peda
Dry Fruits Burfi Coconut Burfi Milk Peda
Gulab Jamun Dry Fruits & Figs Roll Microwave Khoya in 15mins
Moong Dal Kheer Payasam Semiya Payasam Seviyan Sago Kheer Payasam
Chana Dal Kheer Poha (Aval) Kheer Carrot Kheer
Dates Kheer Sooji Halwa Dhaniya Panjiri
Carrot (Gajar) Halwa Lobia Vada Masala Vada Paruppu Vadai
Urad Dal Vada Cabbage Vada Bread Thayir Vada
Verkadalai Sundal Mochakottai Sundal Lobia Karamani Sundal
Uppu Seedai Mullu Murukku Pepper Murukku
Besan Murukku Ribbon MurukkuRibbon Murukku Potato Murukku
Butter Murukku Aval Mixture


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