Ekadashi Special Recipes | 24 Fasting Recipes | Upvasache Padarth

Namaskar Mandali,
Ashadhi Ekadashichya Hardik Shubhecha!
        It was the day of angarki Chaturthi ( I keep fast on every monthly Chaturthi) I was having lunch with my colleagues, and that time I ate some sabudana khichdi and sabudana kheer. My colleagues (non-Indian) asked me; you said you are having fast, then how can you eat that much when you are fasting?😜 Then I explained to them, to us(Indians) religious fasting has a distinctive form based on community and region. 

 According to traditional ritual, fast means, onion, garlic, cereal grains are not allowed to consume during fasts. Fasting is a prevalent and ancient form of austerity in Hinduism. It is usually done in Hinduism, either to show your sincerity and resolve or to express your gratitude. Overall, fasting is good for the mind and the body. 

       Aashadhi Ekadashi celebrates primarily in Maharashtra. Warkaris take out processions to the temple of Vitthal in Pandharpur in the Solapur district of Maharashtra. Vitthal is considered to be ‘the people’s god.’ An essential part of Ashadhi Ekadashi celebrations is fasting. And if you’re celebrating the festival today, here’s everything you need to know about fasting on Ashadhi Ekadashi. Ideally, you should not eat any rice items(except varai/sama), grains, meat, onion, and garlic. Devotees who are observing fast can consume sabudana khichdi, kheer,  fruits, milk, and nuts. 
       This year Ashashi Ekadashi falls on July 12. If you are celebrating Ashadhi Ekadashi and keeping fast, here are 24 authentic recipes you can try. 

Sabudana Khichdi / उपवासाची साबुदाण्याची खिचडी




































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