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Yellow coloured Peele Meethe Chawal are made to celebrate Basant Panchami, the day of Goddess Saraswati, and the harbinger of spring in North India.
Basant Panchami is a day of Maa Saraswati, the goddess of the mind, of learning, and art. I wish all of you a Happy Basant Panchami. Yellow is the color of this day.
Today we will make Peele Meethe Chawal. It is a very easy and tasty recipe, that you can make any day, not just for the celebration.
Check it out!
Now celebrate Basant Panchami with the Peele Meethe Chawal. Enjoy with family!
Image source: Charu Aggarwal
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