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Diwali Recipes

Diwali Recipes mithai sweets

The festival of lights is not just a party with decorations and illuminations. Its also a festival that comes complete with mouth watering delicacies prepared specially for the event. Large amounts of sweets used to be ready for distribution to the masses. In recent times, people mostly taken from obtaining them well known, while others prefer to do at home.

Diwali sweets take on a different meaning when it is done at home especially as a team event with all the women of the house to work towards an elaborate dish of homemade sweets and the most popular of which are found in abundance and sold at discounted prices. The shops of traditional Indian repute are often preferred for Diwali sweets.

diwali sweets recipe

In recent times, several online stores have started catering to the needs of a wide range of customers. With the emergence and success of online mart, buy Diwali sweets online, it is a very family attended trend.



The best known Diwali sweets include rasgullas, Gulab jamun, Kaju Katlis and a host of other sweets made of milk and flour and embellished with resins and nuts. For the festive occasion of Diwali, which are arranged in boxes of special desserts and made presentable with embellishments.

The art of gifting is an integral part of Diwali and you can add novelty by changing the type of paper, type of coverage and presentation of genuine messages. What better way to make Diwali special to cook a delicious dish of sweets for Diwali is a very special occasion



Mohanthal: Recipe

Balushahi Recipe

Gujiya Karanji Recipe

Shankarpali Recipe

Rava Ladoo Recipe

Dahi Vada Recipe

Milk Pudding Recipe

Kaju Katli Burfi Recipe

Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe

Comments

T. Becque said…
Light into infinity - a wonderful idea :)
Oneika said…
Thanks for the informative post! I had always heard of Diwali but didn't know the details surrounding it.
Many thanks for this short but informative post.
A very happy Depavali to you and your family.
ashok said…
your laddus are too tempting...
Erika said…
This celebration must be very interesting. Enjoy this day!
kankana said…
One of my fav festival and I miss it so much out here.
Babli said…
Wonderful post. Wish you and your family a very Happy Diwali.
Erika said…
Do you know that in Lyon (France) there is a Festival like this one? It has the same name and two years ago I went there on December.
I like very much this kind of Festival.
Have a nice day!
Erika from Italy
hi kalyan. i know generally about diwali, over here they call it depavali, where the hindus celebrate on a grand scale.
i am sure over at your place, this is also the most celebrated event
happy diwali to you and family- enjoy hte lights and the food
....peter said…
I like the way that you captured the candles as though they run off into infinity Kalyan... well done....peter:)
Krishna said…
Hi Kalyan

Excellent post...

Fantastic photos, that shows every moment of festival...

Normally in my place, deepavali is celebrates with fire-crackers and sweets. We light-up clay lamps on the occasion of ThirKarthika (Birthday of Lord Subramaniya/Karthikeya/Murugan), which happens in the month of november-december.

thanks for sharing a wonderful post

and also thanks for leaving a valuable comment about my new post...
ladyfi said…
Ah- I can feel the burst of joy and light at this special festival.

It's usually so grey and dark here in November that we really need something similar.

Great shots!
Rajesh said…
Beautiful, wish you Happy Diwali.
Eden said…
Hello kalyan!

Nice post and photo.
Leovi said…
Delightful composition of lights, gorgeous!
Adithi's Amma said…
Happy Deepavali to you and your family.

Nice snap. Thanks for your comments on my DD's Pattu Paavadai for this Deepavali.
Ash said…
Lovely post. I wish you and your loved ones a very happy Diwali!
Kala said…
Wonderful post. I wish you a happy Diwali!
lisa said…
This is truly beautiful Kalyan!
Thank you for the information.
I hope you are having a wonderful weekend.
ruma said…
Hello, Kalyan.

The view is mysterious.
I seem to be made to do the heart refreshingly.

Thank you.
ruma
Arti said…
Wonderful post Kalyan. Diwali is such a wonderful festival. Everything is so bright and colorful and cheerful...
My latest post has those diyas floating on the Ganges:)
Have a fabulous sunday:)
pietrzyk said…
Wonderful !!!!!!!!!
Greetings Andrzej.
Jeevan said…
Your post enhances the festival delight kalyan! Very beautiful post and pictures describing the Diwali in a manner everyone could understand easily about our festival and increases the celebrating mood a lot. For me too it’s a favorite festival and couldn’t imagine a Diwali without sounds and lighting firecracker that animate our nights and lamps decorating our homes.

I wish you Happy Diwali buddy, hope u have a delighted, enchanting and very safe celebration at home along friends and families. Take care and enjoy alike :)
anna said…
Such a beautiful idea to think on (and a gorgeous image too)...thank you.
Suzy said…
Hi Kalyan, thanks for visiting my blog and for the nice comment.
Love your Diwali lights. Enjoy your day and Happy Diwali.
hi kalyan, wishing you and your family a happy diwali..enjoy yourselves with all the shopping and cooking of special foodies for the celebration. take care
CREATIVE MIND said…
Hi Dear, Enjoy your festival..
we South Asians are really colorful people :) our festivals are also full of life n colors,,isn't it??
Have fun & Enjoy!!
Anya said…
Happy Diwaly
WONDERFUL post :)

Enjoy the light festival !!!
Babli said…
Wish you and your family a very happy and prosperous Diwali.
Very beautiful post.
Natalie said…
Happy Diwali to you!
Such a wonderful post with so many truly beautiful images. A happy Diwali to you and yours also.

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