Krishan leela : Angered by the closure of Indra’s worship in Braj, Indra had brought a deluge. To save the people of Braj, Shri Krishna lifted the Govardhan mountain. It is believed that during this he had to starve for seven consecutive days. After this, a total of 56 dishes were fed to them for seven days and eight hours. It is believed that since then the ’56 Bhog’ tradition started.
Bhakta (Bhaat), Soup (Dal), Praleh (Chutni), Sadika (Curry), Dadhishakaja (Curd with curd), Sikharini (Sikhran), Avaleh ( Sharbat), Balaka (Bati), Ikshu Kherini (Marmalade), Trikona (containing sugar), Batak (Big), Madhu Title (Mathri), Phenika (Feni), Parishtash (Whole), Shatapatra (Khajla), Sadhidrak (Ghevar) , Chakram (Malpua), Childika (Chola), Sudhakundalika (Jalebi), Dhrutapur (Mesu), Vayupur (Rasgulla), Chandrakala (Pugly), Dadhi (Maharaita), Sthuli (Thuli), Karpoornadi (Lungpuri), Khand Mandal ( Khurma), Godhum (porridge), Parikha, Sufaladhya (with fennel), Dadhiroop (Bilsaru), Modak (Laddus), Shaak (Saag), Saudhan (Adhanau Pickle), Mandaka (Moth), Payas (Kheer), Dadhi (Curd) ), Goghrit (Cow Ghee), Haiyangpeenam (Butter), Manduri (Cream), Kupika (Rabri), Parpat (Papad), Shaktika (Seera), Lasika (Lassi), Suvat, Sanghaya (Mohan), Sufla (Betel nut) , Sita (cardamom), fruits, tambool, Mohan Bhog, salt, astringency, sweet, pungent, bitter, acid are included in Chhappan Bhog.
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