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Food Lovers: Indulge in Gluttony this Dim Sum Festival in Maharashtra

Chef Rahul Hajarnavis, Culinary Director boasts about creating unparalleled and everlasting experiences for the taste buds

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Mumbai (Maharashtra), July 3, 2017: The dim sum festival starts on July 7 here, and is lined up for two months, bragging about 40 dishes at its disposal one can indulge in throughout the monsoon season.

Dim Sum Buffet: The appetizing smell of Spicy Broccoli, Water Chestnut, mushrooms, cream cheese dumplings make sure that you will indulge in gluttony. The menu serves to every food lover (whether from Dubai to Mumbai) with its vegetarian and non-vegetarian as well as vegan dim sums to drool.

According to ANI report, Chef Rahul Hajarnavis, Culinary Director boasts about creating unparalleled and everlasting experiences for the taste buds. With the approaching monsoons, the menu comprising of a palette of 40 dim sums, which are sure to cater to various preferences tickling the taste bulbs.

ALSO READ: These 10 Food Items are Popular with Indians and not to be missed this Monsoon!

Further, he adds to them freshly inculcated cocktails like Peach Thai Chilli Martini that comes furnished with flavors like fresh pink grapefruit juice and homemade Elderflower syrup aligned with a chilled martini glass, Rosemary and Pomegranate, angostura bitters orange peel and other such tempting delicacies.

To make the cocktail menu a bit quirky, an egg and tea-infused cocktail called Rose in Bloom Martini with Gordon’s gin, rose in bloom tea, elderflower syrup, egg white, angostura bitters and rose petals are added.

The feast will be held until 31st August in their outlets across cities like Mumbai and Bengaluru. Food Lovers, satisfy your taste buds!

– prepared by Puja Sinha of NewsGram. Twitter: @pujas1994

 

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Saphala Ekadashi: Significance, Celebrations, Rituals, Festival Timings and Dates

Saphala Ekadashi is celebrated on Krishna Paksha in the month of Paush

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Saphala Ekadashi: Significance, Celebration, Rituals, Important Dates and Time
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  • Saphala Ekadasi is one of the most popular festivals observed in India
  • Saphala Ekadasi is a propitious fasting day celebrated on the 11th day of the waning phase of moon also known as “Krishna Paksha”
  • Saphala Ekadashi is celebrated during the month of ‘Paush’ as per the Hindu calendar
  • According to the Gregorian calendar, Saphala Ekadashi is celebrated between the months of December to January
  •  Upcoming Saphala Ekadashi Date and Day: 13th December 2017, Wednesday

About Saphala Ekadashi: The word ‘Saphala’ in Hindi signifies ‘to thrive’ and hence this Ekadashi ought to be seen by any individual who wants achievement and satisfaction in every one of the fields of life. Saphala Ekadashi is along these lines a way to open the entryways of copious, achievement, thriving and fortune. It is praised with incredible energy and eagerness in every one of the edges of the nation. Enormous occasions are sorted out on this day in Lord Krishna sanctuaries as; He is a symbol of Lord Vishnu.

 Significance of Saphala Ekadashi: The significance of Saphala Ekadashi is said as a discussion between Dharamraja Yudhisthira and Lord Krishna in the ‘Brahmanda Purana’. As indicated by the Hindu sacred texts, it is said that even 100 Rajasuya Yagas and 1000 Ashvamedha Yagas are not as advantageous as watching a holy quick upon the arrival of Saphala Ekadashi. The day of Saphala Ekadashi is sacrosanct to Hindus as it is trusted that by fasting earnestly on this day, the fans can wash away their wrongdoings and furthermore appreciate an ecstatic life. Ekadashi is a loved day that happens twice in each lunar Hindu month and is a day committed to worshipping the preserver of this Universe, who is none other than Lord Vishnu.

Saphala Ekadashi celebrations and rituals: Lord Vishnu is the primary idol of the Saphala Ekadashi. Vaishnavas love Lord Vishnu with dedicated hearts to summon His adoration and love. Offering Tulsi leaves to Lord Vishnu on this day is accepted to expel everyone of the wrongdoings of a person. Enthusiasts please Lord Vishnu by offering incense sticks, coconut, betel nut and other fragrant articles. Lighting of diyas amid the night will make it additionally fulfilling.

On Saphala Ekadashi, the devotees who maintain fast, ought not to rest the entire night. They share in different bhajans and kirtan programs in the respect of Lord Vishnu. Aficionados tune in to the popular stories of Lord Vishnu. Toward the end ‘aarti’ is done and later Prasad is circulated among relatives. On Saphala Ekadashi one must give cash, sustenance and different basics to the Brahmins and poor. While keeping the Saphala Ekadashi Vrat, just ‘Saatvik’ sustenance is eaten by the lovers. For individuals who are not proficient to keep the entire quick, can even quick watch halfway quick or quick for simply half day.

Important Timings of Saphala Ekadashi

  • Sunrise: Dec, 07:09 AM
  • Sunset: Dec, 17:43 PM
  • Dwadashi End Moment: Dec, 06:06 AM
  • Ekadashi Tithi Begins: Dec, 00:54 AM
  • Ekadashi Tithi Ends: Dec, 03:32 AM
  • Hari Vasara End Moment: Dec,10:10 AM
  • Parana Time: Dec, 13:30 PM – 15:37 PM

Saphala Ekadashi festival dates between 2019 to 2024

  • 2019: Sunday, 22nd of December
  • 2021: Thursday, 30th of December
  • 2022: Monday, 19th of December
  • 2024: Thursday, 26th of December

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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