Diwali is
over, but the festive season continues. Chhath Puja is celebrated on the sixth
day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Kartik. The four-day festival is mainly
celebrated by the people of Bihar, Jharkhand, and eastern Uttar Pradesh. 
Chhath prasad is also famous, Thekue is a special offering during Chhath Puja.

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Prasad is made on the second day of the festival. On this day, a special ‘Gur
ki Kheer’ is prepared with milk and jaggery called Rasiyaw Kheer following a
specific recipe.


      Rice – one cup (for fasting)

      Jaggery – 150 grams

      Milk – 1 litre

      Almonds – 2 tsp (finely chopped)

      Cashew – 2 tsp (finely chopped)

      Raisins – 2 tbsp (finely chopped)

      Cardamom powder – 1 tsp


Step 1:
Break jaggery into crumbs.  Chop dry fruits.

2: Soak rice for 2 hours.

3: Boil milk and add rice. Let it simmer

4: Add 2 teaspoons of water and jaggery on high flame.

5:  When the gur mixes in the kheer, turn off the gas.

6: Add nuts and mix.

7: Filter the jaggery in a sieve and mix

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Chhath Maiya
is worshiped in this  Chhath
festival.  The blessings of the sixth
mother are taken for the child and the bright future of the child.  During this, women keep a very difficult
fast, as well as make preparations for the worship.  Many things are needed in Chhath Puja.  After bathing and eating for Chhath puja, Kharna
has to be done today November 9. 

On this day
women observe Nirjala fast.  On the next
day of this festival on November 10, women offer prayers to the Sun.  Chhath festival is completed on 11th December
with the offering of Ardhya to the rising sun.