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Kala Chana is a staple ingredient in Indian households. It also carries a religious significance for Hindus. On auspicious days like Dasara Navratri and on festivals, soaked Kala Chana is exchanged between women as it is believed that it brings prosperity.
Practice to offer ‘Sundal’ – boiled chana with oil, mustard and jeera seasoning during Dasara Navaratri to the Goddess Durga
While in North Indians love their Chole Masala – a spicy gravy to their heart’s content, throughout the year.