Looking for recipes to make the vrat exciting and delicious? We bring for you 5 options made from sabudana which is not the usual khichdi.
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Tapioca or sabudana is a non-cereal food source and consists of starchy carbohydrate; hence it is consumed widely during any Hindu fasting ritual. However, sabudana dishes are enjoyed year-round.
Mahashivratri 2021: On the day of Mahashivratri, people generally fast for the whole day, offer their prayers and then break it with sattvik food.
Many people prefer sabudana dishes while fasting during Chaitra Navratri