Vrat refers to fasting which is highly observed in the Hindu Culture. Vrat means vow, a vrat is kept by the devotees to please the Gods and Goddesses in the form of devotion. All the devotees who keep a fast do not eat cereals, wheat, spices and some specific vegetables. Only fresh fruits, dry fruits, vegetables, nuts and milk products are among the most preferred foods consumed on the day of fast. mPanchang provides you the Hindu Vrat & Upavas list including dates, Vrat & Upavas timings and Vrat & Upavas rules.
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