Navratri Thali / Falahari Thali
Navratri Thali – The food for people fasting during Navratras
Navratri Thali is best related to Navratri. Navratri which is also known as Navratras are the auspicious nine days of the year when people from India, mostly from the northern India indulge in spiritual fasting and prayers in order to seek blessings from Goddess Durga. Fasting during Navratras is not just like regular fasting. One must take care of the dos and dont’s during the time of fasting. It is mainly the food items, especially the ingredients from which they are made from and how they are made, is what matters to be a qualified Navratra Food.
The Navratri thali is a special collection of all the acceptable food items during the fasting time of Navratras. There are a number of food items which can be included in the Navratri Thali such as jeera aloo, khatte meethe kaddu, aloo tamatar ki sabzi, samak eice, kuttu ki puri, pomegranate raita, and sabudana khichdi. Taj Indian Restaurant’s Navratri Thali has been loved and praised by all the customers in Sydney, Australia. We are proud to be serving the Navratri Thali since our inception in Harris Park, Sydney and we are proud to be the first Indian restaurant in Harris Park, Sydney.
Enjoy the meal / Navratri Thali during the auspicious nine days at Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant. The Navratri Thali is available at two locations – Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant in Harris Park and the Taj Bhavan in Harris Park.
Navratri is the popular time of Fasting and Feasting and there is no special place other than Taj to celebrate it. The vrat-friendly food served at Taj is taken care of hygiene and is made properly keeping the importance of the occasion in mind.