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Fasting Food You Can Eat During the Day on Akshaya Tritiya

Fasting Food You Can Eat During the Day on Akshaya Tritiya
Fasting Food You Can Eat During the Day on Akshaya Tritiya

The auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya is celebrated by Hindus and Jains alike as a bright day. The day, also known as Akha Teej, falls on May 3rd. If you wish to establish or invest in a new business, today is considered lucky.

Akshaya is a Sanskrit word that signifies “eternal” or “never-ending.” As a result, it is claimed that the day would bring everyone riches, blessings, happiness, success, and joy.

It is thought that doing friendly actions on this day, like charitable work, contributions, Yagna, and so on, would bring you good fortune. We execute numerous rituals for deity blessings, worship Lord Vishnu, and keep a fast on this day.

Fasting does not imply that you must be hungry all day. You may savor some delectable foods. If you are unaware of this, some delicious foods are ideal for you.

Malpua
When we hear malpua, our mouths moisten. It’s a pancake prepared from refined flour, milk, sugar, and dried fruit.

Puran Poli
Puran Poli is a sweet chapati in its most basic form. This is a traditional Maharashtrian meal served on special occasions. This is done by making a stuffing out of gram dal, jaggery, and sugar, then packed with roti flour. Cardamom powder and fennel seeds are used to improve the meal’s flavor. It’s also made with ghee, which makes it tempting.

Shrikhand
Shrikhand is a delectable treat that provides quick energy when fasting. Curd, cardamom, saffron, sugar, and fruit puree are used to make it. On Akshaya Tritiya, make this at home, and I’m sure everyone will be licking their fingers.

Gujiya Gujiya is a traditional Holi treat, but we don’t need an occasion to make this wonderful sweet. On Akshaya Tritiya, it can also be made. Inside the maida outer covering, a filling of mawa, sugar, and semolina is prepared and added. These are pretty tasty, and there are a variety of variants you can make.

Thalipeeth
Thalipeeth is a multigrain flour-based spicy roti. It is both healthful and nutritious, as well as quite tasty. Rice, bajra, jowar, and gram flour make this traditional Marathi meal. It’s generally accompanied by butter or curd. On Akshaya Tritiya, it is served as a morning meal. You’ve probably eaten it at several festivals or momentous events.
The authored article is written by Sejal Wakkar and shared with Prittle Prattle News  exclusively.
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