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Thursday, 27 September 2018

September 27, 2018

Best Durga Puja Recipes for Vegetarians 2018

Best Durga Puja Recipes for Vegetarians 2018

Best Durga Puja Recipes: Durga Puja is the Biggest Festival in the India. In this festival everything is so Special whatever it is. During this Festival many of the people keep the Fast so they need some Recipes which is Veg but Tasty. So if you need some Best Durga Puja Recipes then you are in the Right Place.

Because here we going to Share some Best Durga Puja Recipes for the Vegetarians but these are so tasty that Non-veg Dishes Will fail in front of these Recipes. So Friends we are sure that by this "Best Durga Puja Recipes for Vegetarians 2018" Article you can find the Best Durga Puja Recipes for 2018 Durga Puja.

Best Durga Puja Recipes for Vegetarians 2018 

The DURGA PUJA'S Days are always Special for Bangalis. In view of this, a large number of devotees of the mother will keep the fast. At Durga Puja, different types of fruit are sold in the market. But you do not want to taste the fruits of the market, but want to eat homemade fruits. Keeping this in mind, we have come here with special fruit recipes for Durga Puja.

Sand Mole Potato Field with Lost and Dried Fruits

For many people (Dish Made for): 2-3


2 t spoon lost, 2 t spoon cashew nuts, 2 t spoon almonds, 2 tsp raisins, 4 large oval potato, 2 t spoon cumin powder, 50 grams sesame seeds, 30 grams cottage cheese, 1/2 tsp green chilli, 1 / 2 t spoon rock salt, pure ghee for frying, 2 tablespoon sungade flour.


Peel and fry the potatoes. Remove the pulp between the potatoes and separate them. Now put the potato shell in hot water for a while and then remove it separately. Put ghee in a pan and heat it and make the potato scoop part and potato shell open. Now add ghee to another pan and heat it and fry the cumin powder, cashew nuts and almond pieces. Add cottage cheese, scoops of fried potato, and fry for some time. Add salt, green chilies and raisins and take out the mixture from flame. Fill this mixture into fried potato shell. Then make a thick batter of roasted roasted flour and mix salt in it and dip the filled potatoes in solution and wrap it in sesame and make it golden. Serve hot with a date sauce.

Chhotani chutney: 100 grams of roasted water, 50 grams of tomatoes cut, 15 grams of good, 10 grams of sugar, 5 grams cumin seeds, 2 whole red chillies, 10 grams of ginger chopped and 10 grams rock salt. Put a little ghea in a pan and heat it. Add cumin seeds and red chillies and chop them. Cook ginger, tomatoes and soaked beans and cook for 10-15 minutes. Finally, add sugar, good and salt and run it. Let's cool off and serve the flame.

Kaju, Makhana and Paneer

For many people (Dish Made for): 2-3


2 tablespoon makhana, 50 grams cashew paste (boiled), 2 tsp ginger paste, 1 tsp ginger chopped into long and thin pieces, 2 tsp chopped green coriander, 1 tsp or red chilli powder , 50 grams of chopped tomatoes, 1 tsp black pepper powder, 1/2 cup fresh cream, carrot salt according to taste, pure ghee


Put ghee in a pan and heat it. Then add tomatoes, salt, ginger paste, chilli powder and black pepper powder and cook for a few minutes. Add cashew paste and a cup of water and cook for 5 minutes again. Floor the dough and soak it in a cup of water, then mix them in gravy and cook it. Serve by adding fresh cream and green coriander from above.

Banana Kofta In Pumpkin Curry

For many people (Dish Made for): 2-3


4 raw bananas, 1 potato (boiled, peeled and mashed), 1/2 tsp green chilies cut, 1/2 tsp chopped green coriander, 10 grams roasted and ground cumin, 1 table spoon raisins, 1 / 2 tsp ginger, rock salt according to taste, pure ghee

For the curry: 3 tablespoon pure ghee, 1 table spoon according to Chinese flavor, rock salt, 1/2 tsp cumin seeds, 3/4 kg boiled and boiled (cooked pumpkin), 1/2 tsp black pepper powder, 3 Red chili cut.


Boil bananas and peel them. Then add ginger, green chilli, cumin, green chilli and salt to it and mix it well. Make small tablets from the mixture. Keep them aside from the golden bottom. Put ghee in a pan and heat it. Add cumin seeds and red chili and stir. Add cilantro and cook it. Put half cup of water, sugar and salt and cook well. Finally add koftas and put them on low flame. Decorate with green coriander and serve it.

Tandoori Tulsi Malai Paneer

For many people (Dish Made for): 3-4


500 gm cheese, rock salt according to taste, 1/2 cup water, curd, 1/2 tea spoon green chilli paste, 1 teaspoon of ginger paste, crushed 1/2 tea spoon basil leaves, 1 tsp cumin powder , 1 lemon, 1/4 tsp sugar, 60 ml. Fresh cream, 1 table spoon coriander leaves, pure ghee


Cut the paneer into big and square pieces. Grind the other ingredients and make paste. Then wrap the paneer in that paste and keep it for half an hour. Put a little ghee on the pan and heat it and fry the paneer lightly on both sides. Serve hot with mint chutney.

Mint chutney: 100 grams mint, 50 grams of chopped green coriander, 20 grams of ginger, 15 gm rock salt, 10 grams of sugar and 1 lime together in blender and blend and serve with cane sesame potatoes.

Kheer made from nuts, condensed milk and lotus seeds
Mabi & Makhne Ki Kheer

For many people (Dish Made for): 4-5


1 liter full cream milk, 2 table spoon pure ghee, 50 grams of butter, 1/2 cup sugar, 4 small cardamom, 50 grams almond cut, 30 grams of dried fruits (raisins and cashews), 50 grams.


Put ghee in a pan and heat it. Put a bowl on low flame and fry it. Then, after cooling, press it by hand pressing it. Pour the dough and milk into a deep pan and stir it on the flame. Give a boil. Then cook it while slowing down the flame. Cook until the milk is thickened, cook on low flame. When cooked properly, add sugar, ground cardamom, lentils and dried fruits and cook till cooking sugar. After cooking for 10-15 minutes, take out the flame. cool off. Serve it with almonds again.

Casserole of Samak
Samak Ke Polauw

For many people (Dish Made for): 2-3


30 gm ghee, 3 cups of water, 2 small cardamom, 2 t spoon rock salt, 50 grams of nuts (almonds, cashews and raisins), 1 tsp cumin seeds, 1 large potato sliced, 3 teaspoons, one small piece of cinnamon, decorating For the chopped green coriander, 125 gram samak rice.


Add ghee to a deep pan and heat it. Add cumin seeds, cinnamon, cardamom and cinnamon and fry for a while. Add dried fruits and roast them. When it becomes light brown, add potatoes and rice. Fry for a while while running Add salt, green chilly and water to a boil. Slow down the heat and cook for 15 minutes, until the water gets dry and rice is not cooked. Decorate the leaves of green coriander with peanut roaye.

Peanut Raita: Mix roasted and crushed peanuts, roasted curd, roasted cumin powder, chopped green coriander and rock salt according to taste. Serve by adding green coriander from above.

Parathas of mashed potato stuffed pottu

For many people (Dish Made for): 3-4


2 cups of potty flour, 1 table spoon rock salt, 2 potatoes boiled and mashed, 1/2 tsp ginger, pure ghee for frying.


Add flour, finely chopped ginger, raisins, cumin powder and salt to the flour. Then add chillies and green coriander. Add water to the need and knead the dough soft and smooth. Keep aside for half an hour. Now, by making tablets equivalent to Paranthas, they are made. Pour pan (tawa) on the flame, when it goes to hot, put a paratha on the pan. Put some ghee around it. When the bottom part changes the light color then turn the ghee and cook it. Bake on both sides with ghee and apply it. Serve hot after making kofta these pumpkin curry.

Best Durga Puja Recipes for Vegetarians 2018
(MAA Durga)

So Friends this is our some Best Durga Puja Recipes, we hope you like this and also get your Best Durga Puja Recipes from here. 
If you have any Ideas then share with us by commenting below and also Share this Post with your Friends to make their DURGA PUJA more special.

Friday, 21 September 2018

September 21, 2018

Durga Puja 2018 All Details About Sandhi Puja

Durga Puja is a very important time. This puja is held in the center of Mahastmadi and Mahabali, so it is called 'Shandhi Pujo'.

Durga Puja 2018 All Details About Sandhi Puja

Mahasthamati's last 24 minutes and the first 24 minutes of the grandfather, or 48 minutes, Jandi Pujo. There is a mandatory requirement for 108 Padma and 108 Dhanpuri Jundi Puja.

The Goddess Durga is worshiped as a sandstone pond in Chamunda. When the Goddess was fighting with Mahisasur, Chanda and Munda attacked. Chand and Munda were two commanders of Mahishasura. They killed Durga, hence the name of his name is Chamunda. Jundi Pujo is organized in memory of Chand and Mundak who was killed at the end.

It is believed that at special times on the day of Ashtami in Navaratri, the mother slaughtered Asishur named Mahishasur. In this work, his special worship is done while remembering the power of Goddess. That is why it is called Pudhi Puja. Vrati women fasted all day and even after worship, only spent the day on Falahahar. During this time, 108 mustard oil was placed in Deep Banana leaves and Bhagwati was offered. Wreath mother of 108 banana leaves was worn for special worship of Mother Jagadamba. 108 lotus flower garland was worn.

What is Sandhi Puja?

Durga Puja 2018 All Details About Sandhi Puja

Ritual worship is most important in Durga Puja. Tantra worship is done on the day of Mahaashtami. Mother Durga is also called Mahishasuramardini, which means to destroy the destructors. Treaty Puja means the end of Mahaashtami and the beginning of Mahanavami This moment is called surveillance.

The final chabis minute of Mahatmati and the first Chabis minute of Mahanavami is called Surveury. This is the time when the mother Durga killed two dacoits named Chand and Munda. That is why every year the Panthi Puja occurs in the Treaty Period of Ashtami and Navami. According to the ephemeris, this time changes every year. Sometimes it falls at eight o'clock in the morning, sometimes at three o'clock, sometimes at six in the morning or at eight o'clock Occasionally at three or four o'clock in the morning after midnight. To say that Chabis is anytime in the hour. This year; The Pact of 2016 will be held from 5th to 5th 58th Sunday at 9th Sunday on Sunday.

It is believed that when Durga was in front of Mahishasur, she looked like a very beautiful golden maiden, her skin was of golden color and she wore a yellow sari. There were ten different types of ten weapons in their ten hands. When the war between Mother Durga and Mahishasur was going on, only then Mahishasura's disciples Chand and Munda attacked Mother Durga from the rear. In order to break the rules of war, Durga became so angry that her face became blue. He opened his third eye and Chamunda came to Avatar. This incarnation is a form of Kali. Chamunda ended the chand and the Munda.

In the Sandhi puja, the worship of Chamunda of Durga is worshiped. The organizing of Panthi Puja is grand. There are 108 lotus flowers and 108 mud dia is essential. Apart from this, a red whole fruit, red coconut flowers, saris, raw rice grains, vine leaves are also used in worship. During the Panthi Puja, Mother Durga wears two garlands. 108 of the flowers of red coconut and the second view of 108 lace leaves. After convocation, the form of a flower of red gulhal and mother wearing a garland of lace leaves is divine. The statue of the mother is not in Chamunda form but from the mouth of the statue of Durga, Chamunda's fast and divine aura emerges. This form of mother is worth seeing. One more thing is mandatory during the Panthi Puja, that is the reddish. Due to the practice during ritual worship there is also a separation.

The sharpness on the mother's face after the Tanthi Puja is not seen only on the face, she comes from inside her because the mother had the impression of her inner strength. It is said that in every woman the Goddess is fast, yet she has to suffer atrocity because she does not have the power of her inner strength, on the day she will see this, on that day, Today's woman will do the part and the impression one day must be to the woman or say that she must understand the intensity inside her.

Durga Puja 2018 All Details About Sandhi Puja

2018 Sandhi Puja Time Table

17th October, Wednesday

Muhorto- 12.25 am to 01.13pm
Duration- 0 hour 48 mins.

It is the longest Puja, called Sandhi Puja.

Importance of Durga Ashtami

Durga Puja 2018 All Details About Sandhi Puja

During the Durga Puja in Navaratri, special importance of Ashtami Puja is considered. On this day the Mahagauri form of Durga is worshiped. Due to the beautiful, highly remembered characters, they are called Mahagauri. Even the impossible work is possible with the worship of Mahagauri, all the sins are destroyed, happiness and good fortune are attained and every wish is fulfilled.


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September 21, 2018

Durga Puja 2018 Important Time Table or Pujor Tithi

Durga Puja 2018 Important Time Table or Pujor Tithi

Durga Puja time table is always important for Indian. This Puja has various date and time which is important to know. Because Nothing like Durga Puja, it's not a Festival for us it's an Emotion. In this Pujo People, Food, Pandels everything is so differents. All the people of India most of West Bengal people Waiting for this Festival, it's the Festival of Mother Goddess Durga over the Victory of Mahisasur. It's also the most Expensive festival in West Bengal, the theme of the Pandels are so Expensive and Have a touch of pure Artistic.

Here Are also have too many Puja which is famous for its historical Memories. Some of the Puja were 200-300 years old, so it has a great value for us.

Everyone starts their preparation for this Puja before 4-5 months ago. So you can understand how much big is it. Many of the Puja has some Social message to motivate us.

So The importance of Durga Puja is so much. This year also everyone waiting for Durga Puja. So you need to know Some important time table of Durga Puja. Here it's-


Durga Puja is about 5 Days for Bangalis. Which is -
"Sasthi" • "Saptami" • "Ostomi" • "Nabami" • "Dhosomi".

And Before 7days ago  "Mahalaya" is an important event, it's an historical event.

Durga Puja 2018 Important Time Table or Pujor Tithi
(2018 Durga Puja Time Table)

Mahalaya Tithi

09 October, Tuesday,2018

Sasthi Tithi

15 October, Monday,2018
Bilva Nimantran, Sasthi Puja, Akal Bodhon, Adhivas-

Time- start in 08.05 am (Bangla- Ashshin 28,1425)

Saptami Tithi

16 October, Tuesday,2018
Dawn on navapatrika Puja - 05.10
Sunrise navapatrika day- 05.33.

TIME of Saptami puja- 10.16 am (Bangla-Ashshin 29,1425)

Durga Puja 2018 Important Time Table or Pujor Tithi

Ostomi Tithi

17 October, Wednesday,2018
Ostomi Tithi will start at - 10.16
End- 12.49
PUJA- Ostomi Puja, sandhi puja. (Bangla- 30 Ashshin,1425)

Nabami Tithi

18 October, Thursday,2018
Puja- Nabami Puja, balidan,homa puja.
Time- Balidan- 12.30- 2.47
            Homa puja- 12.49 to 05.06
           Nabami- 12.49am to 03.28pm

Dashami Tithi

19 October, Friday,2018
Dashami will start at 15.28 on 18 Oct and ends 17.57 on 19oct.
Time- Vijoya- 13.15-14.01
              Bishorjon- 05.38- 7.57

Durga Puja 2018 Important Time Table or Pujor Tithi
(Maa Durga)

Durga Puja is a famous Hindu festival and during this time Goddess Durga is worshiped. Durga Puja is also known as Durgotsav. Durgotsav is celebrated for five days. These five days are celebrated as Sheshi, Mahasattami, Mahashtami, Mahanavmi and Vijayadashmi. (According to Hindu religious texts, Chandi-Text should be started with the Durga Puja from the next day of Mahayana Amavasya.The Mahayana is the most important day of the patriarchal side. On this day, Hindus pay homage to their ancestors, so this Day is not considered right to start any auspicious work.)

In most of the states excluding West Bengal, the establishment of the state is changed on the next day of the month of Mahavaya Amavasya. Due to the Durga Puja, it is similar to the Kalapradha, which is called the Goddess Durga. Usually Kalaparambh is done on the date of Shishti during the Goddess side. According to regional practices and perceptions, Durga Puja which occurs during Shardhiya Navaratri can take place from 9 days to one day, which has also been mentioned in Dharasindhu.

The goddess side starts from the next day of the mahaya amavasya of the paternal side. Goddess Durga arrives on earth on the first day of the Divine Day and she departs on the day of Durga immersion. Durga's arrival and departure day are important and the time coming from these days is estimated. Based on this estimate, the time coming is declared auspicious or inauspicious.

*We Hope this post will help you for this year Pujo. Make your Puja Great  with us just keep visiting here, because here you will find everything related to DURGA PUJA.
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Wednesday, 19 September 2018

September 19, 2018

Durga Puja 2018 Important Dates both English and Bengali Calendar

Durga Puja 2018 Important Dates both English and Bengali Calendar

Durga is said to be the Goddess of power. The worship of Goddess Durga is especially called Goddess of Durga Shakti. The worship of Goddess Durga is considered to be the main festival of the people of Bengal, but this worship is done in some form throughout India. Whether North India or South India, East or West, Durga Puja is important for every caste, religion and community of India.


Durga Puja happens in the month of Ashshin (October-November). Preparations begin almost two months before the beginning of the worship. Three or four months already sculptor become busy with making idols. Shops are decorated in markets. Craftsman begins to make a variety of goods and toys and to buy clothes and jewelry and other things in the markets.

Three-four months already, sculptors become busy in making idols. Shops are decorated in markets. Craftsman started to make a variety of goods and toys and clothes and jewelery in the markets.

Durga Puja 2018 Important Dates both English and Bengali Calendar

Durga Puja runs for ten days. On the first day, the goddess's statue is established with mantras. On the day of Pandal and Sixth Day in the cities and villages, the idols of the monastery named Mahishasur were established in the Pavallians, in which Durga, Lakshmi, Saraswati Ganesh and Kartikeya were situated.

In some places Durga temples also have permanent (Permanent) statues. The worship of the Goddess keeps worshiping for ten days. In the days of Durga Puja, there are government holidays and the school college university office is closed. There is a fair atmosphere of fair and gay.

Durga Puja 2018 Dates

Every year Durga Puja is Celebrated after Navaratri that means on the last day of Navaratri.
Durga Start on Sasthi and ends on the Day of Dashami. Dashami is the last Day of Durga Puja that day the statue of Durga Mother is immerged into the water of River.

This year Durga Puja will be Celebrated 10 Oct to 19 Oct.

Important Dates of Durga Puja

Durga Puja is about Five Days Celebration includes - "Sasthi", "Saptami", "Ostomi", "Nabami" and "Dashami".

Mahalaya also a important day of this festival.

Mahalaya- 09th October 2018

Mahalaya is the Beginning of the celebration of Durga Puja. It's a Historical Day of Durga Puja, so that day has so much importance for us.
This year Mahalaya is on the day of 09th October,2018.

Sasthi- 15th October 2018

The first day of Durga Puja called "Sasthi". This Year means 2018, it will celebrate on 15th of October,2018. It is the beginning of the Greatest DURGA PUJA.

Saptami- 16th October 2018

The Second Day & the main Day or Main Puja Start with this Day called "Saptami". It's also Called Mahasaptami. In this year it will celebrate on 16th October,2018.

Ostomi- 17th October 2018

The third Day of Durga Puja or the main 2nd Day of Durga Puja is called Ostomi. It is the most important day during the day because lots of Puja happens in this Day. This year it is on 17th October,2018.

Nabami- 18th October 2018

After The Day of Ostomi, Nabami is an another main Day of Durga Puja because after this Day the Puja will be ended. So this year Nabami is in 18th October 2018.

Durga Puja 2018 Important Dates both English and Bengali Calendar

Dashami- 19th October 2018

The Final Day of Durga Puja is Called Dashami or Bijoya Dashami. It is the Final Day of Durga Puja. On this day day Statue of Maa Durga is immerged into the River. This year it is on 19h October,2018.
Navaratri also ended on this Day.

Durga Puja 2018 Dates Table

Durga Puja 2018 Important Dates both English and Bengali Calendar

Durga Puja 2018 Bengali Dates

Mahalaya- 21 Ashshin,1425

On the Day of 21 Ashshin,1425 of Bengali Calendar the Mahalaya Wil be Celebrate in this year.

Sosthi- 28 Ashshin,1425

On the Day of 28 in Bengali Ashshin Month the  Durga Puja will be Start. Here it's also Called MAHASOSTHI.

Saptami- 29 Ashshin,1425

The first Main Day of Durga Puja will be Start of The Bengali Calendar on 29 Ashshin,1425.

Ostomi- 30 Ashshin,1425

The most important Day of Durga Puja is Ostomi it will celebrate in this year on 30 Ashshin,1425.

Nabami- 01 Kartik,1425

After end of the Ostomi Nabami will Start on 01 kartik,1425.

Durga Puja 2018 Important Dates both English and Bengali Calendar

Dashami- 02 Kartik,1425

The last of Durga Puja called Dashami will celebrate on 02 Kartik,1425 of in Bengali Calendar.


Tuesday, 11 September 2018

September 11, 2018

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja

Durga Puja is a festival of Bengalis, wherein 56 food items are made. As soon as this festival comes, people get water in their mouth. In Durga Puja, food is also an attractive corner along with the splendor of pandals. If you have the right fun for Durga Puja in Bengal then take it in Kolkata's street food.

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja

Yes, from home made Macher jhol to potato posto, from sweet curd to brinjal of Bhujia. Everything is so tested that there is water in the mouth. People from the corner of the city come to Kolkata to enjoy Durga Puja. During the worship, street food of Kolkata also becomes very tasty. Let us tell you about some special items of Kolkata during Durga Puja. You can think of making it in your house too. Without these things, worship is incomplete.

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja

In fact, these dish is also called the specially worshiped dish of Bengalis. Not-veg is Bangalis favourite.


Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja

Luchi is the most favored of the Bengalis. On four days of Durga Puja, they start the day with different meals. Maida Luchi is special for her morning breakfast.

Potato curry

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja
(Potato Curry)

Potato curry is a favorite of Bengalis. On the day of Saptami they eat potato with Luchi. Although they can eat in ordinary days, but it is special during worship. In fact, there is a custom of eating different things on different days in Bengali people.


Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja

If Bangali didn't eat Sandesh, then the worship(Puja) seems incomplete. Yes, the Sandesh of milk or chisel. You can decorate the Sandesh with saffron and almonds. You can make it in your home too. The Sandesh is the most fond of sweets.

Tangra Macher Jhol

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja
(Tangra Macher Jhol)

Do you know that Macher Jhol is the most favored of Bengalis? But Tangra Macher jhol is the Special Dish of for Durga Puja. It is made by adding red chillies and making it tart. Its gravy will bring water to your mouth. Eat it with hot rice.


Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja

The name will look strange, but it is the chief of the Bengali food. Shuktao can be of any thing. It is made from eggplant, potato, berry, began some green vegetables of the farm. Its gravy is made from milk.

Mutton Biryani

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja
(Mutton Biryani)

The non-veg is special in worship(Pujo). Anything of Mutton and Chicken is what the Bengalis seem to be so tested. Mutton Biryani made from Desi Ghee is So Special for Bangalis you should try this. Eat some vegetable with it.

Potato Posto

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja
(Alu or Potato Posto)

Potato posto must be eaten by everyone, but if you eat potato posto with Parwal, then it will be a matter. Yes, grind Posto with the torch and fry it first, then after that, roast it with potatoes and parwal. A super Tasty Gravy vegetable will be ready. In it you put coconut pieces.

Ilish- Maach

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja
(Ilish Maach)

Islish Maach is popular in Bengali Elish Macher Jhol, may leave behind every dish. It is fry in oil. Make a paste of ginger and garlic and dip it in it. This fish is one of the most expensive Fish in West Bengal.. And Every one is Mad for it..

Mughlai and Roll

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja
(Mughlai and Roll)

Mughlai and Roll, these two Bengalis have a festive meal. It's very cheap and in pooja is available everywhere as street food. These dishes are never old. Water comes in the mouth of people, hearing the name of these two. Calcutta veg rolls and mughlai, egg rolls or paneer rolls can also be there.

Kolar Bora (Bananas Bora or small cutlets)

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja
(Bananas Bora)

Bananas Bora, you have heard that you are made of coconut and bananas. Sugar and flour are added in it. It's kind of sweet. They are good at hearing, but they do sweet work in food.

Maacher Ghonto

Bangalis Some Famous Dishes During Durga Puja
(Maacher Ghonto)

Maacher Ghonto are very tasty. Cut the head of the fish and add salt and chillies in it for a little while, then fry it deep in oil. It's a very spicy Dish.

*These Items are too Special for Bangalis during Puja, there is also many more Dishes it is so small amount of dishes for Bengalis. Because Bangalis Dishes never end, if you get time we will explain all... But just make this tasty items in your home you and comment us how it is!!!!!!!!