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Puratasi Sani Celebration at home

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To know more about Puratasi Month – CLICK HERE and Puratasi Sani Meals – CLICK HERE. Happily started my Puratasi Sani Celebrations with few of my fellow blogger friends. Offered to Venkatachalapathy (god) and then had this, a complete Tamilian Vegetarian Meals.

Tamil Vegetarian Meals - Coconut rice, Steamed rice, Sambar, Appalam, Rasam, Paruppu, Paniyaram, Maa urundai, Butter beans kuttu, cauliflower stir-fry, Cabbage poriyal, Spiced Buttermilk, pickle (store bought), Sago Payasam, Banana Blossom Chutney

Tamil Vegetarian Meals – Coconut rice, Steamed rice, Sambar, Appalam, Rasam, Paruppu, Paniyaram, Maa urundai, Butter beans kuttu, cauliflower stir-fry, Cabbage poriyal, Spiced Buttermilk, pickle (store bought), Sago Payasam, Banana Blossom Chutney

Meals consists of

 

This year my first puratasi sani was completely different, as the very first time got to celebrate with few of my foodie friends. All happened, just in a fraction of minute around morning. Thanks a lot friends for dropping in, at last minute of invite.

Puratasi Sani Meals

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Puratasi Sani: Purattasi Month falls from the middle of September till the middle of October. I love our (TAMIL) cultures, since it’s related with the healthiness of human beings. It is believed that Lord Venkatachalapathy is born on his month and special prayers made on all the Venkatachalapathy Temples. Worshipping Sani Bhagavan on this day is also an important one because during this time it is believed that Sani Bhagavan (Saturn) losses its malefic powers, and therefore we fetch more benefits. So people under fasting and pray to god on Saturdays.

To now about the details of Puratasi Sani or Puratasi, do check out this link: https://madraasi.com/2015/09/20/purattasi-month/

Puratasi Sani – Meals (1)

Puratasi Sani consists of vegetarian meals with a vada/vadai and payasam/kheer. Do check out the below recipes:

 

Puratasi Sani – Meals (2)

Puratasi Sani consists of vegetarian meals with a vada/vadai and payasam/kheer, here I have substituted a sweet instead of kheer.