Basant Panchami 2024: This Basant Panchami, please Mother Saraswati by making yellow rice, it is very easy to make.

Basant Panchami 2024: This Basant Panchami, please Mother Saraswati by making yellow rice, it is very easy to make.

Every year the festival of Vasant Panchami is celebrated on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Magh month. This year this date is falling on 14th February. According to beliefs, Mother Saraswati is born on this day. In such a situation, Mother Saraswati is worshiped in schools and homes. This day is considered very auspicious for starting any new work. In such a situation, many people start their child's education from the day of Vasant Panchami.

Mother Saraswati likes yellow color very much. Due to this, many people wear yellow color on this day. Along with this, on the day of Vasant Panchami, to please Goddess Saraswati, her favorite things are definitely offered in her worship. Mother Saraswati loves yellow color very much, in such a situation you can offer yellow sweet rice to her. We are going to tell you the easy method of making it.

Ingredients for making yellow rice
1 cup rice
Sugar as per taste
5 cups water
1 to 2 saffron
3 to 4 teaspoon ghee
Cloves
Cashew
Almond
Bay leaf
Green cardamom

Method
It is very easy to prepare yellow rice for offering to Goddess Saraswati. For this, first of all soak saffron in a bowl of water. After this, clean and wash the rice thoroughly.

Now put ghee in a pan and then after the ghee gets hot, add cardamom, cashew nuts and almonds and fry properly. When the dry fruits are roasted, take them out, add rice to the pan and fry it properly for two minutes. Now add water and let it cook.

When the rice is cooked, prepare the syrup by adding sugar in a separate pan. Don't forget to add cloves for flavor in this syrup. After making the syrup, add cooked rice and saffron water to it and mix it properly.

Now mix the syrupy rice properly. When the syrup starts drying, add roasted dry fruits and cardamom powder to it. Your rice is ready. You can offer this to Mother Saraswati.

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