Durga Puja Platter

The early morning silence is broken by ‘shonkho dhwoni‘ (blowing of the conch shell) and ‘daak‘( traditional drum). Maa (Durga) has arrived in full pomp and style !! ❀ It is time to unveil her face πŸ™‚ Time for Bodhon, Amantran and Adibhas πŸ™‚ Maa is here to stay with her children for the next five days ………and we Bongs wait in anticipation for these five days of festivities, rest of the year – Durga Puja !!

We save the whole year to splurge for celebrating these five days. Shopping becomes our biggest passion, from clothes, shoes, accessories to household items or may be some trip……….the limitless list and the fathomless Bengali pocket ! πŸ˜‰

Dolling ourselves, just like our Puja pandals and teasing our palate with lip- smacking food at the food stalls, becomes the high point of our days !! πŸ˜€ yeah……..showing off our latest wardrobe collection is HIGHLIGHTED !! πŸ˜‰ Fever -pitch excitement, cultural programmes and gossip with friends and relatives…..becomes regular feature !!

Staying awake till wee hours of the morning with endless cups of tea and coffee, cracking lame jokes and the general bonhomie marks these five unusual five days of celebration !! Dugga, Dugga !! πŸ˜€

Standing in queues for hours for Bhog prasad and looking for a comfy corner to sit and relish, is the ultimate bargain. ❀

Aaahhh…….i miss Jabalpur :/ my friends and family there. πŸ™‚

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Marble valley of river Narmada, Bhedaghat, Jabalpur Β  Β  Β -pic source : Google

Bhog = cook cereals offered to Maa Durga, along with veggie accompaniments.

What i present here today, is a diluted version of ‘that’ Bhog prasad with some choice veggies to give company, so named it the Durga Puja Platter.

durga puja platter

durga puja platter


The platter consists of Khichuri bhog, Labra, Sweet tomato chutney with raisins, served with fried green chilies and rice crispies on the side.

Individual post will follow for each food item.

Dugga, Dugga !

pic source : Google

pic source : Google

Happy cooking !! πŸ™‚

Cheers !! πŸ˜€



About andy

hi there.....friends call me Andy :) I am a school teacher by profession. Passionate about reading, some random experimental cooking, some hit 'n' miss photography......and i am a dreamer ;) Thank you for popping by :)
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7 Responses to Durga Puja Platter

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