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How to make sarson bhindi

Ingredients Bhindi - 250 gm Mustard seeds - 2 tsp Dhaniya powder- 2 tsp Garlic cloves - 8-10 Ginger - 1 inch Cumin seeds - 1 tsp Green chilli - 4 Salt to Taste Tomato - 2 (medium size) Onion - 2 (medium size) Panchphoran - 1 tsp Aamchoor - 1/2 tsp Mustard oil - 3- 4 tbsp Water - 1 cup Turmeric - 1/2 tsp Black Salt - 1/2 tsp How to make Sarson Bhindi Wash  the bhindi. Now cut the bhindi in to silts. Fry bhindi in 1 tbsp mustard oil and keep aside. Add Panchphoran in 2-3 tbsp. mustard oil. When its crackles, add finely chopped onions.  Cook until golden brown. Now add paste of mustard seeds ,dhania powder ,cumin seed ,ginger ,green chilli. and garlic Add 1/2 tsp haldi. Cook for another 10-15 minutes on low flame  When masala cooked add tomato Now cook for another 5-10 minutes on low flame Add fried bhindi. Add one cup water. Add 1tsp salt. Cook for another 10-12 minutes on low flame. Add 1/2 tsp black salt. Add 1/2 tsp aamchoor powder. Now Sarson bhindi is ready. Enjoy this delicious veg

Navaratri Festival

Navaratri is a Hindu festival that spans nine nights (and ten days) and is celebrated every year in the autumn. This year 2020, it is started from October 17 and ends on October 25.It is observed for different reasons and celebrated differently in various parts of the Indian cultural phere. Celebrations include stage decorations, recital of the legend, enacting of the story,and chanting of the scriptures of Hinduism. The nine days are also a major crop season cultural event, such as competitive design and staging of pandals, a family visit to these pandals ndthe public celebration of classical and folk dances of Hindu culture. On the final day, called theVijayadashami or Dussehra, the statues are either immersed in a water body such as river and ocean, or alternatively the statue symbolizing the evil is burnt with fireworks marking evil's destruction. The festival also starts the preparation for one of the most important and widely celebrated holidays, Diwali, the festival of light