Colourful Holi Sweets of India You Must Try
Holi is known as the festival of colours and food happens to be the best thing about this festival. Delicious food is the essence of any festival. This is that time of the year when everything takes a backseat in life and it’s only about celebrating the festival with loved ones. Because, this joyous occasions marks the beginning of spring and symbolizes the triumph of good over evil, it’s a beacon of hope, love and merriment.Which is why we have Holi-special sweets just to celebrate this day. In the northern part of India, across the Hindi belt, gheyar,gujiyas, laung lata...
TRADITIONAL WINTER DESSERTS YOU SHOULD NOT MISS!
All we want is to stay in the warmth of our blankets and sip a hot drink. Most of us are excited to devour on the winter sweets! Of course, we all have a sweet tooth and what more is better than our traditional Indian desserts. It is also advisable to eat rich sweets made of ghee, dry fruits, jaggery during winters which otherwise we are afraid of eating due to their high calories. These are easily digestible during winters as it balances our body temperature. Take for example Jaggery, which we avoid during summers as it is a heating...
TRADITIONAL INDIAN MAKAR SANKRANTI SWEET TREATS
Makar Sankranti is celebrated all over the country and its cultural significance, way of celebration varies from state to state.Some people celebrate it by flying kites. The festival also marks the beginning of a six months’ auspicious period for Hindus known as ‘Uttarayana’ period. It also marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring and summer. It is known by different names like Pongal, Bihu, Uttarayan, and Lohri across the country. Here, we will see the culinary art with its traditional delicacies.