India celebrates the winter harvest festival this entire week. While it is known by different names in different parts of India, Uttarayan in Gujarat, Lohri in Punjab, Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Makar Sankranti in the Gangetic belt and Magha Bihu in Assam, it is primarily a time of celebration and thanksgiving after the new harvest.
The common thread, apart from the revelry, that binds them all is food and the great Indian cuisine.
So, what traditional food are you cooking in your kitchen this year? Send us images of Sakkarai Pongal, Peethe, Pathishapta, Nolen gur-er Payesh, Til Gajak, or any other traditional food that you are rustling up as a special thanksgiving offering during the Indian harvest festival.
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Happy cooking and clicking.