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Mullu Murukku is a very traditional recipe that is made during festivities like diwali, gokulashtami. It makes a perfect tea time snack with a hot cup of South Indian filter coffee.It is also known as Chakli in Marathi and Kannada and Chakri in Gujarati, is a savoury snack popular in India and elsewhere among ethnic Indian populations. Murukku is believed to have originated in Tamil Nadu.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/mullu-murukku-chakkali-recipe

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Appam is a delicious dish prepared during the festival Karthigai deepam in Tamil Nadu. This crispy appam or fritter is a famous Palakkad sweet made with bananas and rice flour batter, that is a favorite among children.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/nei-appam-recipe-coconut-banana-fritters

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Thattai Recipe is a delicious and easy to make crispy South Indian Savory Crackers. They are an irresistible south Indian savory snack that are an integral part of most south indian festivals especially Gokulashtami. You can even make these and serve then as tea time snack when you have friends over or just for yourself too.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/thattai-crispy-south-indian-savory-crackers

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Aval Payasam is a traditional kheer or pudding made of flattened rice especially on the occasion of Gokulashtami or Janmashtami Krishna Jayanthi. Poha or flattened rice is the main ingredient and it comes together in no time at all, making it a good option for dessert in instances when you have unexpected guests or are pinched for time the day before a festival. SOme other popular Gokulashtami favourites include Bobbatu/Obbatu, Coconut Burfi and Vellai Seedai.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/aval-payasam-flattened-rice-pudding-recipe

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Uppu Seedai or Cheedai is a traditional recipe made during the festival of Krishna Jayanthi also known as Gokulashtami, or Janmashtami. This festival is the most popular festivals amongst the Hindus. The Uppu Seedai (Salted Crisp Rice Marbles) and the Vellai Seedai (Sweet Rice Marbles) are made on this special festival for the Lord Krishna.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/uppu-seedai-cheedai-a-gokulashtami-recipe

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Semiya Payasam is a simple, yet delicious and festive pudding made of vermicelli and flavored with cardamom and/or saffron. Usually a staple on occasions like Tamizh/Tamil new year and Onam where a feast is cooked, and this payasam is served as dessert. It is yet another simple and quick recipe that has surprisingly wonderful results. Make if for the next festival you celebrate or even for your family and friends after a festive meal together.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/semiya-payasam-semiya-kheer-recipe

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Vellai Seedai or Cheedai is a traditional recipe made during the festival of Krishna Jayanthi also known as Gokulashtami, or Janmashtami. This festival is the most popular festivals amongst the Hindus. The Uppu Seedai (Salted Crisp Rice Marbles) and the Vellai Seedai (Sweet Rice Marbles) are made on this special festival for the Lord Krishna.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/vellai-seedai-or-cheedai-a-gokulashtami-recipe

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Celebrated on the eighth day or Ashtami of the month of Krishna Paksha, Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is the celebration of the birth of Krishna. It is usually celebrated by fasting until midnight, which is believed to be the birth time of Krishna. In Maharashtra Dahi-Handi or the communal breaking of the pot of curd is a popular way to celebrate, bringing friends and family together in a competitive spirit. A similar activity called Uriyadi is practices in Tamil Nadu. All over South India, people worship images of the infant Krishna, visit temples and offer prayer and devotional music at midnight.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/9-indian-recipe-to-make-this-krishna-janmashtami-gokulashtami

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Krishna Janmashtami marks the birth of the Hindu deity Krishna, who's considered to be the eighth avatar of Vishnu. Janmashtami is celebrated on the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha in the month of Bhadrapad according to the Hindu calendar.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/janmashtami-special-3-course-north-indian-thali-with-recipes-janmashtami

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The Gopalkala Recipe is a popular offering to Lord Krishna on Janmashtami. Gopalkala is a savory dish made of beaten rice, cucumbers, green chilies, coconut and the tempering is done using ghee. The Gopalkala Recipe is just like curd rice, the only difference is beaten rice is used. Gopalkala not just a scrumptious dish but is also very nutritive, this can be prepared in 5 minutes
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/gopalkala-recipe-janmashtami-special
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