Happy Janmashtami 2020! Janmashtami marks the birthday of Krishna ji, and is celebrated with much fervour every year. It is one of the major festivals in the Indian calendar, and Hindus consider this day auspicious.
Krishna Janmashtami Recipe: This delicious mewa pak is ideal to be included in your Janmashtami sweets fare. Loaded with crunchy nuts and creamy coconut, this mithai is a must-try.
Janmashtami 2020: Janmashtami marks the birth of the eight avatar of Lord Vishnu - Lord Krishna - on earth. The 'Janm' in Janmashtami refers to the birth of Lord Krishna that is celebrated with much ...
Janmashtami bhog: Make sure you do include these 5 sweets in your bhog offering. Yummy and easy to make, these desserts spell festive celebrations.
Khus khus (poppy seeds) barfi mostly prepared once a year during Janmashtami as a part of the special feat.
Makhana katli recipe: If you love kaju katli, try this makhna katli, which is equally delicious but will add some variety to your regular Janmashtami sweets fare