Makar Sankranti 2021: Today is Makar Sankranti and in Bihar, UP, Jharkhand as well as Nepal there is a special day for curd-chuda. From mythological stories to traditional rituals, there is a mention of curd-chuda. No auspicious work in the entire Bhojpur, especially the feast, is not complete until curd and chuda are served. This food is prepared without fire. Desi jaggery is traditionally used for sweetness. This food is full of high-fiber and low-calories. Although it has special significance on Makar Sankranti, but many families take it daily as breakfast.
History of bangles
The biggest feature of Bangle is that it has its origin in India. This is the reason why it is eaten differently in the whole country. It is known as Poha in Marathi, Chivda in Hindi, Atukulu in Telugu, Avalakki in Kannada, Aval in Malayalam, Chiura in Nepali, Chura in Bihari (Bhojpuri, Maithli and Magahi), Chida in Bengali and Sira in Assamese. Chura or Chivda is a gulletin-free food. It is loaded with iron, fiber, magnesium, vitamin C and A. Being low-calorie, it is considered to be the best option to lose weight. Also, according to local availability there are about 15 dishes of bangles in our country. Among them, curd-chuda and poha are considered the most famous.Also read: Makar Sankranti 2021: Donate these 3 things on Makar Sankranti, wish will be fulfilled
History of yogurt
Everyone knows about the properties of yogurt. Also, its role in auspicious works is almost in every house. Curd is used all over the world. Although there is no exact information about its origin, but it is believed that it originated from Mesopotamia five thousand years ago. In India, yogurt and honey are considered the food of God. The list of yogurt properties is very long. It is rich in protein, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, vitamin A, C, D, E, K, B6, B12 and fat along with carbohydrates and many other nutrients. It is considered as energy food and is one of the better options for stomach. It is used in almost every household in India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.
There is little dispute about its origin. India claims that for 3 thousand years we are eating jaggery that has been extracted from sugarcane. Whereas, some historians say that it reached India from Portugal. However, jaggery is deeply ingrained in us Indians and that is why it is an important part of traditional Indian sweetness. It is rich in carbohydrates, sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium and iron. The role of molasses in fighting pollution has also received scientific proof. That is why jaggery is also kept in superfood status. Its use is considered excellent in all diseases.
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Way of eating
You have become familiar with the properties of curd and bangles. Now think that if these three are mixed then the breakfast that will be prepared will be so good. The most important thing is that it is ready in minutes and that too without any hassle. So if you have less time in the morning then nothing better than breakfast. For this, you can get a bangle from the market. Take it out soaked in milk or water and after that put it in a bowl with curd and mix it well by adding jaggery. Done breakfast ready. On the day of Makar Sankranti, it is also mixed with the traditional potato-cabbage vegetable in UP-Bihar-Jharkhand. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi does not confirm these. Contact the concerned specialist before implementing them.)