Mira has previously encroached on her fans’ fasting habits. She motivates her fans to fast for six days, during which everyone must try to emulate Ayurvedic practices in this constantly shifting season.
Mira Rajput, Shahid Kapoor’s wife, has a sizable social media following. Mira’s followers are growing every day, not because Shahid is her husband, but because of her interesting posts. Mira frequently shares fitness-related information such as beauty tips, haircare, skincare, diet plan, workout, and so on. She has now urged his fans to fast by sharing a 6-day fasting diet chart with them.
This is the diet chart for the six-day fast
Mira explained what to eat during the fast and how to stay healthy. She distributed the fasting diet chart.
On the first day of the fast, have sabudana upma or sweet porridge for breakfast, any fruit of your choice for lunch, buckwheat flour roti with gourd vegetable and curd for snack, a bowl of makhana for snack, potatoes and millets of your choice for dinner, and Khichdi with curd aloo/aloo dum/pudina aloo for dinner.
Breakfast on the second fasting day consists of buckwheat flour chilla with chutney or makhana granola with milk or dry fruits, buttermilk with mint or cumin in the middle of the morning, sabudana khichdi and beetroot and sesame salad for lunch, sweet potato chaat for snack, and dinner Ghiya koftas with amaranth parathas.
Breakfast on the third day: Aloo paratha and water chestnut curd, Coconut water with basil seeds and rose petals in the middle of the morning, Dahi Kebabs, Amaranth Cucumber and Pomegranate Salad for Lunch, Sabudana for Snack, Coconut Pudding with Fresh Mango. Dinner ‘Zoodles’ with Puttanesca Sauce and Steamed Vegetables and Potatoes are also available.
On the fourth day, have sabudana upma or porridge for breakfast, any fruit of your choice for mid-morning, kuttu ka cheela with dosa potato and chutney for lunch, toasted amaranth with jaggery for snack, coconut and badam panjiri for dinner, and dinner in Thai. Serve with millet khichdi and vegetables.
On the fifth day, a combination of bajra and vegetables, chilla with mint chutney, mid-morning lemon juice and rock salt, sabudana tikki, mint chutney, and lightly roasted vegetables, makhana bhel as a snack, and amaranth and vegetables in the dinner Biryani with grilled paneer.
On the sixth day, breakfast consists of Sabudana Upma or Sweet Porridge, Mid Morning Coconut Water with Basil Seeds and Rose Petals, Lunch Stuffed with Turnips, Amaranth Paratha, Sour Sweet Pumpkin and Curd, Bajra Pancakes, Fruits and Jaggery Syrup in Snack Dinner with Malabar Stew with Appam Style Kuttu Cheela
Ayurveda can help you with the changing seasons!
Meera follows Ayurveda religiously, so her diet is also based on Ayurvedic principles. It is extremely beneficial as the seasons change. Meera’s diet is light and healthy as well.