Makar Sakranti 2021: India is gearing to celebrate Makar Sankranti on 14th January 2021. Til ka Laddoo has been an indispensable part of Makar Sankranti celebrations since centuries.
Til ki chikki is a popular festive treat that is made with just three ingredients - sesame seeds, gur and ghee. This sweet snack is commonly made for Makar Sakranti feast.
Khichdi is one of the most basic dishes made up of a combination of rice and lentils with very little spices is quintessential to the Indian diet.
Makar Sankranti 2022: We have listed 8 traditional Makar Sankranti recipes that you can try making this festive season.
Makar Sankranti is referred to as one of the most significant festivals of the agro-based country - India. Food plays a major role during Makar Sankranti.
Makar Sankranti celebrations. Celebrated on 14th of January, Makar Sankranti is the harvest festival that is marked by suns' shift in position. Around 14th January, the sun enters Capricorn (Makar in Hindi and Sanskrit) and ...
Here we are sharing a recipe from West Bengal (Makar Sankranti), which is 100 percent gluten-free- nolen gurer payesh.
For most Gujaratis, winter isn't winter without the steaming bowls of Undhiyu gracing their dining tables. Undhiyu means 'upside down' in Gujarati - the name is drawn from the traditional method used to cook Undhiyu ...
Til papadi is a light, crunchy snack which is widely popular in Rajasthan.