Gokulashtami / Janmashtami / Krishna Jayanthi recipes

Gokulashtami

Krishna Janmashtami also known as Krishnastami  is an annual celebration of the birth of the hindu deity Krishna, the eighth avatar of Lord VishnuThis festival is celebrated on the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha of the month of Shravan (August-September) in the Hindu calendar.  Hindus celebrate Janmashtami by fasting and staying up until midnight, the time when Krishna is believed to have been born.  At midnight, devotees gather around for devotional songs, dance and exchange gifts. Some temples also conduct readings of the Hindu religious scripture Bhagvad Gita.  Various snacks and sweets are prepared and offered to Lord Krishna as an offering and as a part of celebration,  I have compiled the recipes prepared for Krishnastami for easy reference for all the people who celebrate this festival.

Following is the link for the Krishna Jayanthi recipes…

uppu cheedai

http://charuscuisine.com/uppu-seedai-or-cheedai-recipe/

vella-cheedai

http://charuscuisine.com/vella-cheedai-or-seedai/

avalakki-payasa1

http://charuscuisine.com/avalakki-payasa-or-aval-payasam-recipe/

murukku

http://charuscuisine.com/murukku-or-chakli/

sweet-appam

http://charuscuisine.com/sweet-appam-or-nei-appam-or-vella-appam-recipe/

milk kheer

http://charuscuisine.com/akki-payasa-or-pal-payasam-rice-kheer/

aval-kesari

http://charuscuisine.com/aval-kesari-recipe/

butter-murukku

http://charuscuisine.com/butter-murukku-recipe/

murukku

http://charuscuisine.com/thenkuzhal-murukku-recipe/

 Nippattu

http://charuscuisine.com/nippattu-or-thattai/

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