20 Navratri Sundal Varieties to Surprise Your Family
Some of the most popular dishes that you can whip up in a matter of minutes.
Navaratri is a festival of nine nights and 10 days.
“Nava” means “nine” and “ratri” means “night” in Sanskrit.
It is celebrated all over India and people of each state are preparing special dishes during these days.
In Tamil Nadu dolls are arranged during Navaratri, called ‘kolu (golu)’. Here the dolls are arranged on a number of tiers and people go to each other’s house to see the ‘Kolu (Golu)’.
At this time a variety of sundals are made for Neyveidhyam and also given to the guests who come to see the golus.
Here are some of the most popular and easy to make sundals for this festival.
Do note, these sundals also make for a great evening snack for children through out the year.