Farali Bhakhri is a type of Indian flatbread specifically prepared for fasting or during religious festivals that involve dietary restrictions. “Farali” refers to fasting in Hindi. This bhakhri is typically made using fasting-friendly ingredients, such as water chestnut flour (singhare ka atta) or buckwheat flour (kuttu ka atta), combined with seasonings allowed during fasting periods. The dough is kneaded and then rolled into small, round discs, which are cooked on a griddle or skillet until they develop a golden-brown color. Farali Bhakhri is commonly enjoyed with yogurt, homemade sauces, or fasting-friendly side dishes, providing a delicious and compliant option for those observing dietary restrictions.