Navarathri reminds all women, who are the guardians of the family, culture, and integrity, to guide the family towards the path of justice, love, and divinity. Navarathri is celebrated all over
It is also known as “Dhanwantari Triodashi”. Goddess Lakshmi (goddess of wealth and prosperity) is worshipped on this day. “Lakshmi pooja” is performed on this day and an earthen lamp (agal vilakku) is lit to ward off evil spirits. This is celebrated on the day prior to Deepavali.
This is an important festival of Hindus. This is also known as “Naraka Chaturdashi”. This is celebrated as a mark of “Return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya” and “Killing of Narakasura” by Satyabhama (Lord Krishna’s wife). It is the “festival of lights” (Inner Light which removes all obstacles, & dispels darkness, negativity, and ignorance). Even Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists celebrate Diwali/Deepavali.
Now, announcing my 4th event.
As usual, only vegetarian recipes and no eggs please. Also you can post recipes offered as “naivedyam” for Dussehra and Dhanteras. Any recipe, which suits “Diwali” festival can be sent.
Any bloggers and non-bloggers can participate.
No restrictions in number of entries.
Please repost your earlier posts and link it with this announcement and logo.
Mail me the following details:
Subject: Dussehra, Dhanteras & Deepavali
Link to your recipe(with photo), to email@example.com
Last date for the event is 4th October 2009.Round up will be posted before 10th October 2009, enabling everyone to try out the recipes for Diwali.