Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Gokulashtami Recipes | Krishna Jayanthi Recipes




Gokulashtami or Sri Krishna Jayanthi - the birth of Lord Krishna, this year falls on September 5th, 2015. Krishna Jayanthi is celebrated with great fervor across India. A variety of sweets and savories are prepared to celebrate the birth of Krishna.
My MIL says that for Gokulashtami and Diwali, we should keep the "Ennai Chatti" meaning some savory should be fried in the house.
So here is a list of traditional recipes usually made on Gokulashtami.

Uppu Cheedai

Vella Cheedai

Thenkuzhal

Thattai

Rava Laddu

Aval Kesari

Aval Laddu

Nei Appam

Vella Aval

















1 comment:

beena stephen said...

Nice collection of recipes.

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