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Indian traditions and religions always bind a community together. The Parsis make mouth-watering dishes, to celebrate their New Year which is called Jamshedi Navroz. They relish the festival of Jamshedi Navroz as it is a "new day", a blissful beginning of their new year. If you are looking for dishes that would adorn your dining table then your search is over. This article focuses on some traditional dishes for Jamshedi Navroz. To know more keep reading. 

The first day of the Zoroastrian calendar is called ‘Jamshedi Navroz’ which literally means New Day. The celebration of Jamshedi starts with much enthusiasm as it reaches India after 200 days around March and it has a much greater impact on the Indian peninsula. As it marks the beginning of a New Year and many new beginnings to come it holds much significance to the lives of the Parsi community. One of the most unique factors of this community is that the calendar they follow is called the ‘Sahenshahi’ calendar and it doesn’t consider any leap years. Such is the celebration of such a wonderful culture. Food holds a major and primary role in the celebration. Dining together is considered a belief that binds the community together, which is very true in itself. Sharing a meal has always been symbolized as establishing harmony and this works to this date where you can connect and reconnect. 

Hence, it is evident that there will be some traditional dishes that have much significance to the occasion. The Parsis set an exclusive table for the festival and the dishes are vibrant, delectable, and mouthwatering. The preparation for the festival starts days before and if you are wondering how to set up the table for this Navroz then try setting a table full of traditional delicacies. We have curated a list of traditional delicacies that you can add to your table. Here you will find the dishes along with their mouthwatering recipes. So, let's start without further ado.


Jamshedi Navroz Celebration With Traditional Delicacies

If you want to serve something sweet along with your spicy dish then what can be better than Falooda? This is one of the sweet dishes that come under the classification of frozen desserts. This soothes your taste buds after eating spicy dishes. Even though it looks very difficult to make it is easier than you can think it to be. The best thing about this dessert is that you can customize the dish according to you by adding the toppings of your choice. 




  1.  Rinse half a tablespoon of Sabja seeds or Chia seeds in running water, you can also use a strainer to wash the seeds. Soak them in half a cup of water for 20 minutes to 2 hours, and strain them using a tea strainer. 
  2. Some of the Sevs or Vermicelli have different requirements, some need to be soaked in water and some need to be boiled before cooking. Hence for this, you have to follow the instructions given in the packet. So, for this step, we prepare the Vermicelli. 
  3. Boil 2 cups of milk with 2-3 tsp of sugar until it reduces to 1 3/4 cups cool this and chill. If you want to make the Falooda extremely rich then you can even add rabdi to it. 
  4. For the final step, you just have to assemble all the ingredients together. Starting with jelly add rose syrup, and go on with the Sabja seeds ensure the seeds have no water in them. Add the boiled or soaked ready-to-eat Vermicelli and drench it with the rose syrup. Add the chilled milk and the star of the show Ice-cream! And you are good to go.


Jamshedi Navroz Celebration With Traditional Delicacies

Ravo is another appetizing delicacy that excites your taste buds. You can add this dish to complete your meal. This dish is very suitable if your dining table had a lot of spicy dishes, and an ideal dish if you are having kids around. 



Here are the mouthwatering recipes you can add to your dining table and relish every moment with your loved ones. These dishes symbolize prosperity laced with happiness.

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