Amid the Navratri festivities and fanfare, Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Thursday inaugurated a 'Durga Pandal' in Ranchi's Harmu Bazaar.
Navratri, the nine-day festival of fasting, which began on September 21 will end on September 29. While working and fasting, you might have missed out on some real vrat (fast) delicacies.
As the ninth day of Navratri draws near, take some time out and make sure you enjoy all the special food you can have while fasting. Some of the delicacies you must not miss are listed below.
Vrat wali tikki chaat
You can find this delicious chaat in every street food corner of the city. These scrumptious street food is on large demand during Navratri. Look out for an authentic chaat stall which you can rely on for hygienic Navratra vrat chaat.
Special Navratri thali
The special thali for Navratri includes shahi paneer, aloo tamatar ki subji, pineapple raita, samak rice, kuttu poori, sabudana papad, salad and a sweet dish. They are delicious and reasonably priced too.
Dry fruit kulfi
Kulfi is a must after having heavy fasting meal. You can have it any time during fasts as it is made of milk and dry fruits only. Navratra fast special badam malai kulfi is full of authentic flavours. Kulfi makers have put together interesting recipes with mouth-watering twists to the traditional process for those observing fast.
Royal Navratra platter
Arbi ki subji, chirongi ki dal, sighara paratha, rassedaar aloo, khatta meetha kaddu and a sweet delicacy is a delicious menu option to strike out a balance between fasting and feasting. You can head to any well-known traditional fast food joint for a plethora of delicacies.