The happy and beautiful celebration of Navratri is here. The 9-day festival is about supplications, sattvic food, and commitment towards Maa Durga.
This year, Shardiya Navratri celebrations 2021 takes place from October 7, 2021, to October 15, 2021.
The celebration denotes the appearance of Goddess Durga on Earth. During these nine days, it is believed that the goddess wards off evil. Alongside, there are exceptional food varieties that can be enjoyed during the festival.
During these nine days, devotees fast to seek the blessings of Goddess Durga with their dedication. While a few fast for all nine days, other people keep them in a couple- the initial two or most recent two days of the Navratri.
The nine days of prayers and celebration also includes a variety of fasting good menus. Navratri menu does not have garlic and onion as it's a ritual to suspend onion and garlic during the event.
We bring to you the best from the Navratri menu of Delhi restaurants
Here in Haldirams, you'll be amazed to see a variety of Navratri food. Haldirams is known for its sweets and Indian food. Every Year during Navratri, they add on separate Navratri menu. The food items you'll find are our special paneer thali, special aloo thali, vegetable raita, aloo tiki and so on.
Navratri Special "Vrat Thali '' at Rajdhani
Just as each day of Navratri celebrates a new colour, each day the Vrat Thali would offer a different combination of the food items on a rotational basis introducing your tastebuds to a new blend of flavours every time you dine at Khandani Rajdhani during the nine days of festivities.
The chefs are preparing special vrat dishes, including Sabudana Vada, Sabudana Khichdi, Sweet Potato Halwa, a Kadhi, Sabudana Papad, Special sabji and Rajgira puri, Sabudana Kheer, Samo Rice, fruits, Sweet Lassi and more, all following the traditional Parampara and fasting requirements.
The items will be served on a rotational basis. Available From 7th October to 15th October
The Pind Balluchi will offer a special menu that will gastronomically step up the upcoming nine-day festival. The chefs at Pind Balluchi have designed an elaborative thali that is not just for those who are fasting, but also for those who are not fasting yet want to stimulate their taste buds with some interesting food.
With dishes like shahi paneer, vrat rice, sabudana kheer, aloo tamatar and kheera raita, they are all set to please you with their menu.
Punjab Grill assures you one of all the most effective festivities during Navratri. They serve a range of authentic and delicious foods, especially for your fasting needs. While regular favourites like Vrat Wali Lassi, Rajgira Ki Puri and Paneer Kaju Makhane and plenty of more hit the proper hunger notes on the special The 9-day menu includes unusual treats like Kesari Rasmalai and Doodhi Halwa to pamper your palate and enlighten your taste buds