Friday, 17 July 2020

Dwadasi Paaranai/Duadasi Thaligai/Dhuvadasi Menu/Dhuvadasi Paaranai Recipes with step by step photos

Ekadasi Viratham [fasting] is practised by the followers of Lord Vishnu as a step to attain a place in Vaikuntam. Ekadasi vratham is a 3 day vrat which starts on Dashami [10 th Lunar day] and concludes on Dwadasi[12 th Lunar day]. On Dashami and Dwadasi we should eat only twice and on Ekadasi it is complete upavasam [we should not eat anything]. On all three days, Lord MahaVishnu name is chanted and prayers are to be performed. Dwadasi is the day after ekadasi , Paaranai is breaking the fast. One should break the fast after the sunrise of the dwadasi, after the first quarter of the dwadasi tithi has passed, but before the dwadasi tithi has ended. If there’s insufficient time, the fasting can be broken with a Thulasi water. The people who fasted on Ekadasi day will have Dwadasi Paaranai – special meal to finish the fasting. The paaranai should not involve tamarind, tomatoes, plaintains and are made to ease the system after fasting and to balance the acidity levels. Please check out the list of Dhuvadasi Paaranai iterms and how to prepare them with step by step photos


Here’s the list of Dwadasi Paaranai Recipes with step by step photos…

Dwadasi Paaranai/Dwadasi Thaligai
Sundakkai Vathal roasted in Ghee
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