Varamahalakshmi Pooja Recipes – Collection of Delicious Festive Recipes


Written by Puja

If you are looking for a collection of delicious recipe for Varamahalakshmi festival, then this collection of Varamahalakshmi Pooja Recipes should give you everything you need.

How is Varamahalakshmi Pooja Performed?

The Varamahalakshmi Pooja is a very important Hindu festival that is celebrated in the month of August. This festival celebrates the goddess Lakshmi, who is the goddess of wealth and prosperity. (similar to Diwali in North India). The main focus of this festival is to pray for blessings of wealth and prosperity for oneself and one’s family.

On this special occassion, women worship Goddess Lakshmi with the utmost devotion, offering fruits, sweets, and flowers. A saree, flowers, and gold jewellery will be placed on a bronze or silver kalasam (representing the god), and offerings will be placed in front of it.

Water, rice, coins, turmeric, lemon, betel leaf, and betel nuts are all placed inside the kalasham. The kalasham is either placed on a wooden board or decorated with a wet kolam (rangoli) to welcome the Goddess. 

On the day of Varamahalakshmi Pooja, families come together to celebrate and enjoy a special meal. This festival is all about food and family time! There are many traditional dishes that are served on this day, but each family has their own recipes that they love to prepare.

The Goddess is offered a variety of naivedyam dishes—dishes without onion or garlic. Sundal, vada, various rice dishes, payasam, Kozhukattai, and Obbattu are a few of the commonly prepared foods. The food is given to the visitors and family members after being offered to the Goddess. On the day of the event, you can easily prepare these foods if you plan ahead.

In this blog post, we will take a look at some of the most popular food items that are enjoyed on Varamahalakshmi Pooja.

So let’s have a look and enjoy the feast!!!

Pooran Poli Recipe – How to make Soft Puran Poli

Pooran Poli Recipe is a sweet Indian flatbread made with all-purpose flour, chana dal, jaggery, ghee, and cardamom powder. “Puran” means sweet stuffing and poli means flatbread.

Pooran Poli Recipe

Sweet Pongal Recipe – How to Make Sakkarai Pongal

sweet pongal

Rice Kheer Recipe – How to Make Chawal ki Kheer in Pressure Cooker

chawal ki kheer

Delicious Mango Rava Kesari – How to Make Mango Sheera

mango rava kesari

Recipe of Suji ka Halwa – How to Make Instant Sooji Halwa

sooji halwa

Traditional Steamed Coconut and Jaggery Modak Recipe

modak

Coconut Laddoo Recipe – How to make Delicious Nariyal Ladoo

coconut laddoo

Healthy Kala Chana Sundal Recipe

kala chana sundal

Ammini Kozhukattai Recipe – Rice Flour Dumplings

AmminiKozhakottai

Curd Rice Recipe – How to Make Thayir Sadam Recipe

curd rice

Ven Pongal Recipe – How to Make Ven Pongal Recipe

ven pongal

Lemon Rice Recipe – Lemon Flavored Rice Recipe

lemon rice

Quick 15 Minutes Mango Rice Recipe

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