Gatari Amavasya Feast -Menu and Recipes!

Dear Readers,
For the Gatari Amavasya Feast , here is your menu and the recipes! Enjoy!

Sandhya

Indian and Indian Fusion Cooking in America

Gatari Amavasya Menu- Gatari Amavasya Menu- Check out this mouthwatering array of foods perfect for the feast! Links with detailed recipes given below. They are listed clockwise from the top, finishing with teh Kerala egg roast in the center. Yum!

Gatari Amavasya, celebrated mostly in Maharashtra, India, is the no moon day before the beginning of Shravan, the holy month in the Hindu calendar.

To me, Gatari Amavasya seems similar to Fat Tuesday. Many people observe the holy month by abstaining from non- vegetarian foods. So, they feast on Gatari Amavasya, the day before the holy month begins.

When I thought of writing this post, I  was curious to find out more about the history of Gatari Amavasya. My dear childhood friend, Geeta, must have read my mind, as she sent me some information about it at the same time!

This amavasya (no moon day) is also called Deep Amavasya. Deep means lamp…

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