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Pongal Recipes and Kolangal

The Harvest festival of South India (Pongal) start on Jan 14th 2023. It is also the “Thanksgiving Time”. Yes – It is the time we get ready to thank God, Sun, Earth and their Cattle for the wonderful harvest.The festival is spread over for four days starting from “Bogi” on the first day, “Pongal” (also called as Surya Pongal) on the second day, third day is “Mattu Pongal” and the fourth day is “Kannum Pongal”. Celebrate the occasion with joyous festivities and of course with the pongal recipes below.

Poli is the special dish prepared on Bogi Day. So try Sweet Dhal Poli or Sweet Wheat Poli on Bogi day.

Below are some of the Pongal recipes:

Sweet Rice Pongal, Wheat Rawa Sweet Pongal,Kalkandu Pongal, Pineapple Pongal, Ven Pongal, Semiya Pongal, Rawa Pongal, Oats Pongal, Vegetable Kootu, Masal Vadai, Medhu Vadai

Pongal Kolangal

The most important tradition of the Pongal festival is, drawing Kolam. All the houses are adorned with beautiful and colourful Kolams. Elaborate designs are drawn at the entrance of the house and one of the most popular designs on this day is Pongal Pot. Here are some below and more pongal kolangal at Kolangal.

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