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Shravana Maasam/Shravan Recipes

Shravan is probably the holiest month on the Hindu calendar. It is a month in which many Hindus fast or then eat only Satvic vegetarian food which contains no onion, no garlic.
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Carrot Hesarubele Kosambari - Carrot and Mung Salad - Rama Navami Special

Carrot Hesarubele Kosambari - Carrot and Split Mung Salad - Rama Navami Special

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Gasagasala Payasam, Gasagase Payasa, Khus Khus Kheer - Vegan Recipe

Gasagasala Payasam, Gasagase Payasa, Khus Khus Kheer (Vegan)

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Khamang Kakdi

Truth be told, I love Khamang Kakdi as well because it has crunchy peanuts and fresh coconut to complement the cool cucumber.

Khamang Kakdi - Cucumber Salad with Peanuts, Coconut and a Hint of Lemon Juice - Summer Special from Maharashtra

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Shravana Masam or Shravan 2016 - Some Festival Dates and Recipes

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Vada Pappu or Kosambari - Rama Navami Naivedyam

Vada Pappu or Kosambari

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Panakam

Panakam is a traditional drink offered as naivedyam on Rama Navami. Also, Panakam has a great cooling effect and is drunk often the scorching Indian summers

Panakam

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Pachi Chalimidi (Akki Thambittu) - Naivedyam for Navratri, Rama Navami, Nagula Chavithi, and Other Festivals

Pachi Chalimidi - Naivedyam for Rama Navami, Navaratri, Varalakshmi Pooja, Seemantham

Pachi Chalimidi (Akki Thambittu) - Naivedyam for Navratri, Rama Navami, Nagula Chavithi, and Other Festivals

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