Paryushan is about to begin; it starts date 16th Aug to 23rd Aug 2020. These eight days are the holiest day in Jainism. They do fasting, worship, and other kriyas like "Jeevdaya" That's why they take care of food, which doesn't harm any small insect or bacteria. We have concluded some Jain dishes which you can make during Parva Paryushan.
Soups are the best appetizers; they are much loved across the globe. Many people think that soups can’t be delicious without onion and garlic as a base flavoring, but that’s not true at all. Some lovely Jain-friendly soups can be quickly whipped up without using anything that grows underground, such as potato, onion, garlic, yams, carrot, radish, turnip, beetroot, and various other items. Here is the quick recipe to make Jain tomato soup and manchow soup.
Rainy season about to pick and our heart is tempting for a crispy veg samosa or cheese samosa. Don't worry Rasoirani is here to help you to make crispy samosa at home.
Cheese is the favorite of many people, especially kids. But many Jains are so choosey and they do not eat cheese available in the market. Hope this recipe helps them to make the market type of cheese at home.
Chole bhature is one of the best choices to make your dinner special. Jains usually make chole bhature without using onion, garlic, or potato yet delicious in its own.
Jains are very strict in following rituals, and they believe in Jivdaya. That's why they do not eat underground vegetables. We have conducted 3 Jain recipes here, non-Jains can also follow these recipes to make yummy food. Let's begin.
Akshaya Tritiya is seen as an important religious day to spend in life or to launch a new venture. Also known as Akha Teej, this comes on Vaisakha's third day of the month. To conduct various ceremonies and offer prayers, there is also feasting in mouth-watering delicacies at the event. While worshippers traditionally observe the day by adoring Lord Vishnu.