Sri-Ramnavami is dedicated to Lord Rama, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It occurs on the ninth day (navami) of the Chaitra month (the first month according to Hindu calendar). The festival commemorates the birth of Rama, who is remembered as righteous and mighty king and an incarnation of God on earth to fight the unreligious elements. This festival is held in high regard not only in India but also at all those countries where people of Hindu religion exist. This festival is celebrated with immense enthusiasm in Ayodhya, the birthplace of Shree Ram and in various other places in the country. In Ayodhya, a special Rathyatra (chariot procession) is taken out on this occasion, which is attended, by thousands of Ram devotees.
On Ramnavami, the devotees of Lord Ram observe whole day fast. It is said that fasting on this day helps one attain salvation. On this occasion, some of the devotees prefer to have a fasting with satvik food while many go for nirahar (without food) or nirjal (without water) fast. Those who go for the first kind of food are allowed eating potato, fruits, dairy items and rock salt (sendha namak) and are probhibited from eating any food that is considered adulterated according to Hindu shastra (texts). In our Ramnavami recipes section, we have given few traditional Ramnavami recipes based on these ingredients, which are not only very easy to make but extremely scrumptious to taste. We have given here two such scrumptious Ramnavami recipe, give a look…
Food Recipes For Ramnavmi
Sabudane Ki Kheer