KARWA CHAUTH THALI
Celebrated with great fervour in North India, married women start preparing for the festival a few days in advance. Their outfit is picked out, usually in bridal colours of red or pink. They buy new accessories to go with it and get henna put on their hands. In fact, the night before Karwa Chauth is when henna artists charge the highest. It is that time of the year again when hundreds and thousands of women across North India gear up for the much awaited Karva Chauth. Traditionally, the festival celebrates a wife’s devotion toward her husband and stands for her fasting to pray for the husband’s long life. It is also symbolic in nature, a celebration of the institution of marriage. The festival has its roots in mythology.
Karwa Chauth Thali
The fast starts at dawn by eating sargi. Sargi is gifted by mom-in-laws which includes fruits, dry fruits, mathri, pheni along with her love and blessings. Taj Indian Restaurant’s Karwa Chauth Thali has been loved and praised by all the customers in Sydney, Australia. We are proud to be serving the Karwa Chauth Thali since our inception in Harris Park, Sydney and we are proud to be the first Indian restaurant in Harris Park, Sydney.
Karwa Chauth Thali Includes
METHI SEVIYAN – Thin threads of vermicelli are boiled with milk, sugar and dry mawa powder until well blended and tender.
KAJU KATLI – This fasting season enjoy this nutty sweet delicacy that will just melt-in-your-mouth!!
GOBI PARATHA – Healthy, delicious flatbread stuffed with grated gobi and spices. A perfect breakfast and lunch box recipe.
MATHRI – Crispy and flaky Indian salted crackers made during festive months and relished with a cup of hot tea.
DAHI – Enjoy it with homemade curd or Raita.
Enjoy the meal / Karwa Chauth Thali during the auspicious nine days at Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant. The Karwa Chauth Thali is available at two locations – Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant in Harris Park and the Taj Bhavan in Harris Park.