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The five days began the Shukla Paksha Ekadashi tithi; Photo: jignesh vora
By Purvi Apurva Shah
This is the opportunity for Gauri vrat and Jaya Parvati vrat 2021 to have immense importance in the lives of young Hindu women. Vrat is observed for five days beginning on Shukla Paksha Ekadashi tithi and ending on Guru Purnima day. A difficult fasting festival, but not difficult to solve. Simply make it a nutty affair, quickly turning into a treat, filling pockets with raisins, cashews and crunchy pistachios. After all, you are what you eat, a vrat can be best celebrated when you can pack yourself in healthy foods.
Young girls are picky eaters all day long, but don’t be a coward, be an eater, be in good health though. Devotees should avoid grains, vegetables, spices and salt during this period, at this time, fruits and dried fruits play a major role in achieving the vrat to the maximum. In order to wear puja, bhajans, aarti, jagran with great enthusiasm and vigor, it becomes necessary to remain energetic for five days of fasting.
Health experts recommend eating nuts like walnuts, almonds, cashews, pistachios, apricots, and raisins to stay healthy. A better substitute for regular meals during exercise because nuts are loaded with vitamins, minerals, protein, fiber and antioxidants. Almonds are cholesterol free. Watch out for young girls, such nuts will make you even more beautiful, being excellent for hair, skin and teeth.
In addition, these nuts add exceptional texture and flavor to different recipes; you can try dudh-paak, basundi, badam shiro, dried fruit smoothie, a moment to savor desserts and sweets. The best part is that despite the fast you are enjoying it. Morakat turns into mithakat.
New research found that people who ate dried fruit were generally healthier than those who didn’t, and on days when people ate dried fruit, they consumed greater amounts of key nutrients than they did on days. where they were jumping. After all new research is based on secular science, in fact our Hindu festivals have strong roots in science. As in Jain Upvas, when the body does not have access to usual glucose, forcing cells to resort to other means to produce energy. As a result, the body begins gluconeogenesis, a natural process of producing its own sugar. Vaishnav ektana leads to low calorie consumption and reduces the level of inflammation.
Eating leafy vegetables is not healthy during the monsoon, it contains bacteria and creates indigestion in the body. Vrat teaches focus, discipline, lifestyle changes, and health maintenance. Moon worship on Purnima is said to sharpen the intellect, improve clarity of thoughts, and remove confusion and stress. The moon has a cooling effect on us. Puja and vrat fasting help improve the balance between body and mind
Hindu culture has many beliefs and rituals which is not a myth but contains a lot of logic and practicality.
Fasting is a scientific procedure, we were given the miracle packets in a handful of nuts. Make this fruit nutty.