Janmashtami 2019: The sweet and savoury delights to celebrate Janmashtami from Bansiram


India is known for its rich culture and fun-filled festivals. From Eid to Onam, from colorful holi to joyous Diwali. Festivals are celebrated in every nook and corner of the country. In India, many Indian festivals are not only excuse to feast but synonymous to having unique food.  

Janmashtami is a celebration of the birth of the legend Krishna, also fondly called “Makhan Chor”.This festival is celebrated with great devotion, zeal and a mass of brilliance. The auspicious occasion of Janmashtami is observed with a great enthusiasm with fasting, bhajans, poojas, chants, and other rituals.

It becomes that time of the year when families, extended families and friend’s visits are essential. It is incomplete without traditional snacks and essence of sweets. 


This Janmashtami, make the fasting a fun affair with our range of farali namkeen, a perfect snack for the devotees who had a fast. Our farali namkeen is also known as "A food fiesta for fasting”. It keeps the gut at ease and gives you instant energy after the full-day fasting.

We also have a segment of desi namkeem, range of traditional namkeen like Tikha Mitha mix and Tikhi sev. Our range of namkeen is prepared using the best ingredients, technological excellence and prolonged shelf life with the best packaging material. 


Everyone is aware of the saying “Muh meetha kijiye” whenever any auspicious event occurs in Indian families. All the Indian festivals are incomplete without its essence. Bansiram has an exclusive range of traditional sweets like Gulab jamun, Rasgulla and soan papadi. Our sweets are made with the finest ingredients, purest ghee, the symbol of quality and consistency.

May Nand Gopal offer delicious flavours on your palate every Janmashtami.


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