One of the most significant Hindu holidays is Janmashtami. The auspicious day to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna is being observed this year on August 18 and 19.
People dress in traditional attire and cook delectable delicacies to serve as prasad to the almighty as part of the day's celebration.
To make panchamrit, you'll need milk, sugar, curd, ghee, and honey. Combine them all. Include a few basil leaves.
To make this famous prasad meal, you will need whole wheat flour, ghee, sugar, and a few Tulsi leaves.
Take a deep dish and roast whole wheat flour in ghee till its colour changes.
Once completely roasted, stir in the sugar. Take it out in a plate once everything has been cooked and well blended. Add some Ganga Jal and some cut Tulsi leaves.