Indian Party Menus ~ Navarathri Bhajan Bhojanam

Some delicious options for different occasions, that’s Indian Party Menus. In the hope that you would find this new series helpful when planning your party food menu.


I invited my friends and neighbours for Dasara Satsang. Meditation through Sanskrit shlokas, that is how I perceive the satsang experience. Bhakthi is naturally followed by ever-present bhukthi. Here is the menu for the Devi Navarathri bhajana bhojanam.

Devi Navarathri Bhajan – Bhojanam.

Theme: Dasara Luncheon
Guest number: 25
Time: for Lunch
Venue: Home
Preparation: Homemade

Bhajana Bhojanam Menu:

Buttermilk from homemade yogurt

Carrot-Cucumber Kosambari
Brown Chickpea Guggullu (soaked, boiled, lightly salted)

Peanut chutney
Potato Kura with fresh coconut seasoning

Bise bele bath
Lemon chitrannam
Daddhojanam (yogurt rice)

Dahi Mirchi (majjiga mirapa)

Moong dal – poppy seed payasam (pesara payasam)
Jujubee Fruits

Haldi and Kumkum
Apple and banana
Mysore Pak and Murukulu


  • By Madhavi, October 28, 2012 @ 9:08 am

    Great theme and great menu.
    Good to see you back after a long time.

    Even i got back to blogging after taking a long break.

    Hope to see more of you!

  • By Indira, October 28, 2012 @ 9:12 pm

    Shubha Dasara, Dear Madhu. I just checked your Navarathri series with all the divine payasams and sundals. So good! Like your rasgulla icecream too. Keep up the good work.

  • By Madhavi, October 30, 2012 @ 5:27 pm

    It feels so nice to hear back from you.Thankyou for the kind words.

    Back in 06 when i started blogging u were one of the first ones to visit my blog. It felt like a family….you,shilpa, meeta,sailu,asha….I badly missed interacting with you all…

    Very happy to connect back with you… missed the simplicity in your writing, the amazing garden pictures and mana andhra vanatlu!

  • By Rama Lakshmi, November 9, 2012 @ 3:03 pm


    Glad you are back with a new post. I have miseed your posts.

    Thank you.

  • By Alamelu, November 21, 2012 @ 12:16 pm

    Always nice to celebrate festivals with friends and family, and here in the US, Friends are Family. Yummy menu and loved the tambulam too :-)

  • By Narayan, December 9, 2012 @ 2:06 am

    Very elaborate, yet simple.

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