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Today, on the 15th of Asar : “Dahi Chiura Khane Din”

ByGlobal Darpan

Jun 30, 2023

Today, on the 15th of Asar (a month in the Nepali calendar), we celebrate “Dahi Chiura Khane Din,” which translates to “Curd and Beaten Rice Day.” From today, the tradition of eating curd and beaten rice has started, and it has become popular. Curd and beaten rice have numerous health benefits. They contain carbohydrates, proteins, calcium, and vitamins, making them beneficial for health.

The beneficial bacteria present in curd aid in digestion. As beaten rice is lightweight, it reduces the impact of spicy food. Farmers celebrate this day by eating curd and beaten rice in a special way. It is not only limited to farmers who engage in agriculture; even those living in cities who do not participate in farming also celebrate this day by consuming curd and beaten rice.

The chemical components in curd aid in digestion. It is rich in proteins, calcium, riboflavin, and vitamin B, making it highly beneficial for health. The beneficial bacteria in curd support the digestive process and reduce the effects of spicy food. Hence, consuming curd and beaten rice not only tastes good but also provides several health benefits.

The advantages of eating curd and beaten rice include:

  • Curd and beaten rice provide carbohydrates, proteins, calcium, and vitamins.
  • Beaten rice increases the iron content. Therefore, consuming it with curd provides additional benefits.
  • Consuming curd helps in reducing body heat, even during hot weather, providing a cooling effect to the body.
  • Consuming curd during the summer season reduces the risk of heatstroke and strengthens muscles. Thus, eating curd is considered highly beneficial.
  • As beaten rice is easy to digest, it can be consumed with curd to aid in digestion.
  • Curd enhances the immune system and helps in allergy-related problems. It also promotes good sleep.
  • Due to the presence of carbohydrates in beaten rice, consuming it with curd provides energy to the body.
  • Curd improves the immune system’s capabilities, making it more resistant to diseases.

Curd enhances the immune system and helps in allergy-related problems. It also promotes good sleep.

  • Consuming curd during the consumption of rice-based dishes like “Pakhala” (fermented rice) is appropriate.
  • Consuming curd during the consumption of rice-based dishes helps to regulate the digestion process.
  • Eating curd with beaten rice helps reduce frequent hunger pangs and slows down the absorption of sugar in the blood.
  • Regular consumption of curd with beaten rice benefits people suffering from joint pain and arthritis.
  • Including curd in beaten rice helps the body relax.

I hope this translation helps you understand the importance and benefits of consuming curd and beaten rice on this special da