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Food in Andhra Pradesh include-
  • Idli (steamed cake) with sambhar or chutney. Kaarampodi (chilli powder chutney) and groundnut chutney are commonly eaten.
  • Dosa, which is spicier and crispier than those found in other parts of South India.
  • Lunch and dinner is regarded as Bojanam. It is served on arati aaku, a plantain leaf or on Kancham, broad steel plates.

Festival celebrated in Andhra Pradesh are- Ugadi, Varalakshmi vratam, Vinayaka chaviti etc.

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1. Holi
Andhra Pradesh, a southern state of India celebrates a number of festivals. Some of them are their very own and others are celebrated with pomp and gaiety by the people Andhra. Among the Festivals of India, Holi or Festival of Color is a cause of jubilation in Andhra Pradesh.

Holi in Andhra Pradesh is celebrated on the the month of Phalguna that is March according the English calender. Holi is observed on the full moon day or Purnima. This Indian Festival has close association with the Hindu myths related to Lord Shiva.

2. Maha Shivratri
Maha Sivarathri is believed to be one of the oldest festivals of Andhra Pradesh. The traditional myth of the place says that Lord Shiva was appeared as a lingam on this day. Celebrated on the night of Krishna chaturdashi, Maha Sivarathri speaks of the divine charisma and eternal bliss of Lord Shiva.

Indian food is defined by the amalgamation of regional food of the country. One such region that offers sumptuous food that is worth trying is Andhra Pradesh. Traditional Andhra Pradesh food is famous not only throughout the country but also across the world. Andhra cuisine is deeply inspired by the rich cultural heritage, the regional flavors and Royal Nawabi recipes. Andhra Pradesh is the largest producer of rice in India and most vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes of this place can be eaten with rice. Also, the food of Andhra Pradesh is characteristically spicy and tangy with a liberal use of red chilies, green chilies, tamarind, coconut and other Indian spices.

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