Navaratri is a festival that spans over a period of nine nights dedicated to Goddess Shakti. Navratri is celebrated by Hindus all over India and in South India the celebration is synonymous with fun and frolic.
It is believed to be a festival for girls and women of the house. They engage themself in decorating their houses with a traditional display of dolls called golu. Guests are invited and gifts are exchanged.
There is a mind-boggling variety of offerings that are prepared during this festival to be shared among family and friends.
We bring you varieties and different combinations of Sundals that are offered as prasad during these nine days.
Text: Sneha M
Karamani Vella Sundal
Karamani - Black eyed beans is used to make this sweet sundal and the sweetness comes from jaggery.