The auspicious times are here and so is the time to go plain on your diet. Now, sama or samvat or barnyard millet is a North Indian cuisine and commonly known as Vrat ke Chawal (Rice for fast). Just because consumption of cereal grains is abstained and instead of normak rice, samvat is used the rice based dishes in Navratra. It requires only 45 minutes in preparing Samvat pulao.
Apart from being the optimum choice for rice based vrat dishes, Samvat is good for health because it is gluten free grain.
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