Chhath Puja will fall on 10th November this year - the day before the puja is called Kharna. Here is a traditional Kharna Prasad recipe you can make to complete your Chhath special feast.
Chhath Puja 2022: The festival of Chhath Puja involves many recipes, here are 5 of the most easy and delicious ones for you to try.
Chhath Puja 2022: The festival sees devotees worshipping the Sun God, Surya, who is also known as the God of energy.
Chhath Puja 2023: November is a month of festivities, starting with Diwali, followed by Bhai Dooj and then Chhath. Many states, including Delhi, are gearing up for the celebration of Chhath, which will begin from ...
Chhath Puja 2020: Like all Indian festivals, the signature delicacies of Chhath are also aplenty. One of the most beloved Chhath delicacies is a Thekua.
Chhath Puja Recipe: If you look around, you will find various recipes and cooking style of lal saag.
Chhath Puja Special Recipes: Chhath Puja holds significant cultural importance, and is celebrated with unwavering enthusiasm and lots of good food.
Chhath Puja Foods: Just like any other festival, Chhath Puja too is celebrated with some traditional festive-special foods. The offering to Sun God - Chhath Prasad - includes sweets like thekua, kheer, rice ladoo and ...
This year, Chhath Puja 2016 is being celebrated from 4th-7th November. Here are 10 facts you must know about this festival.
This festival is also referred to as Pratihar, Dala Chhath, Chhathi and Surya Shashthi.