Rama Navami is a Hindu Festival that celebrates the birthday of Lord Rama. Ram Navami is a part of the Navratri, and falls on the ninth day according to the Hindu calendar. The day is celebrated by Reading Rama Katha, visiting a Temple for Pooja and Aarti. Most of them cook the traditional food at home and even Temples distribute the traditional Panakam and Kosambari as their Prasadam.
South Indian's usually perform the Kalyanotsavam which means the marriage celebration of Lord Rama by keeping the statues of Lord Rama and Sita and take on a procession on streets. They also include Hanuman statue for the Pooja. Ram Navami has different names in different states, to name a few, In Andhra it's called Chaitra Navratri, in Karnataka it's called Vasanthothsavam.
The most common Prasadam people relish is the Panakam and Kosambari along with Sundal. They also add Butter Milk in the list. Today, we at Archana's Kitchen is sharing 6 delicious recipes that you can easily make with least amount of ingredients. Do give it a try and tell us how you liked it.