Raka is proud to introduce Raka Shrikhand. Shrikhand is an Indian sweet dish made of strained yogurt. It is one of the main desserts in Gujarati cuisine and Maharashtrian cuisine. It is also served with Gujarati thali sometimes as a sweet dish Preparation of this dish is very simple but it takes some time to process yogurt properly.
The word Shrikhand is a combination of two words: “Shri” + “Khand”. “Khand” in general has two meanings. It can mean a part of something (like a part of a region). It may also mean sugar or sweet. “Shri” is the syllable for the Hindu God Vishnu. In Hindu mythology, Krishna, an avatar of Vishnu, was known to be very fond of butter. Hence Shrikhand means the sweet-part of yogurt that is very dear to Krishna.