Well this might seem like a HUGE task, but trust me it took me 4 hours to fix all of the said things below. I started at 8 am and could serve Lunch at Noon.
Here is how the Thali was arranged. I got these thali as a part of my dahej from my mom :p She was thrilled that I was getting married in a Gujju home.
Lets start from the Steam Rice and go Clock Wise.
Kurkuri Bhindi [Crispy Okra]
Bataka Tameta Nu Shaak [Potato-Tomato Curry]
Tindora Nu Shaak [Ivy Gourd Stir Fry]
Gujarati Dal [Sweet-Sour Lentils]
Gujarati Kadhi [Sweet and sour Curd gravy]
Kakadi nu Raita [Cucumber Raita]
Poori [Fluffy wheat bread]
Chapati [Wheat flat bread]
Dungri na Gota
Sukhadi [Whole wheat Flour and Jaggery sweet]
Posts on how these were made coming up. 🙂