Onam, India’s traditional harvest festival is currently being celebrated across the country. Its celebrations, however, are incomplete without Onam Sadhya, a grand feast that serves a variety of authentic South Indian dishes. On the occasion of the festival, we share some easy-to-cook recipes you can prepare at home
Onam is incomplete without its grand vegetarian feast popularly called Onam Sadhya. In photo: Aviyal (Left), Pal Payasam (Right). Photo Courtesy: Home Chef Trishala Lunawat, Chef Abhijeet Bagwe.
Indian festival Onam is celebrated every year for a duration of 10 days. In any traditional South Indian household, the preparation and celebration of the festival include taking early morning bath, cleaning the house and decorating it with colourful flowers, making Pookalam or flower rangoli, donning traditional attire, playing games and exchanging gifts.