Narali Pournima and Rakshabandhan Collection

Narali Pournima and Raksha Bandhan Collection
Narali Pournima and Raksha Bandhan Collection

Narali Pournima is a jubilant festival celebrated in Maharashtra and along some coastal areas in India. It is celebrated on the full moon day in the holy month of Shravan. The word naral means coconut. Pournima is the full moon day. The monsoon season, during which the seas are turbulent, comes to an end around this time and it is once again safe for the fishermen to brave the seas. But before they do that, the families offer the auspicious coconut to the sea, praying for the safety of the fishermen.

Foods containing coconut are made to celebrate this festival. It is also Raksha bandhan day, a special day of celebrations for brothers and sisters.

 

Here is Indfused’s collection for your celebrations!
From top left-
 
Enjoy!
Love,
Sandhya

12 thoughts on “Narali Pournima and Rakshabandhan Collection

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  1. I am so glad I discovered this lively blog of yours endowed with such rich and delicious treats and so much warmth. I will keep coming back and browse more and let you know when I try the recipes.

    Cheers 🙂
    Sayori

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