Diwali- Celebrate the joy of the festival of lights and sweets

Diwali- Celebrate the joy of the festival of lights and sweets

Diwali- the festival of lights and sweets
Diwali- the festival of lights and sweets

 

“ Asato ma sat gamaya
Tamaso ma jyotir gamaya
Mṛtyor ma amṛtam gamaya
Om shanti shanti shantihi”
Diwali is here. Indians celebrate Deewali/Deepavali with great pleasure and enthusiasm. The message of Diwali is to lead us from darkness to light. From untruth to truth, from death to immortality. Diwali is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, and Sikhs and Buddhists.
To welcome the festival of lights, people clean their clean, renew, and beautify their homes and offices. They prepare deewali sweets like Rasa Gula, Gulab Jamun, Kala Jamun, jalebi, Sandesh, Milk peda, Coconut ladoo, Bundi ladoo etc. They distribute it to their friends and relatives. In the evening the houses decorate with lighted cherathus and celebrate with fireworks. Different regions celebrated deewali with different rituals related to their beliefs and customs. In north India, Diwali is closely related with the goddess Kali. Special prayers are performed on Deepavali days in kali Temples. The celebrations are based on the legend of Narakasura Vadha. Diwali also believes the beginning of new year, in some parts of India. Diwali is also known as Danteras in some regions. Welcome to an amazing facet of incredible india



 

DIWALI SWEETS
Boondi Laddu
Badusha
Badusha
Coconut Burfi
Gulab Jamun
Rava Ladoo
Rasgulla
Badam Halwa
Sooji Halwa
Bread Halwa
Rava Kesari
Carrot halwa
Beetroot Halwa
Kaju Katli
Kesar Kaju
Wheat halwa
Puran Poli
Sakkarai Pongal



Adhirasam
Payaru Urundai
Athirasam
Dry Fruit Laddu
Moong Dal Laddu
Besan Ladoo
Paneer Jamun
Thiratipal
Bread Gulab Jamun
Payasam Recipes
Pineapple Kesari
Sweet Somas
thenkuzhal
Ribbon Pakoda
Thenkuzhal murukku
Ribbon Pakoda
Omapodi
Mullu Murukku
Kara Boondi
Butter Murukku
Mysore Bonda
Maida Salt Biscuit
Butter Murukku
Mysore Bonda
Ulundu Vadai
Khara Sev



Cornflakes Mixture
Ulundu Vadai
maida biscuits
Poha Mixture
Vegetable Bonda
Poha Mixture
Paruppu Vadai
Maida Burfi
Payaru Ulundu Urundai
Figs Dates Burfi
Sathu Maavu Ladoo
Maaladu
Oats Laddu
Carrot Burfi
Cornflour Halwa
Shahi Tukda
Custard Powder Halwa
Instant Chocolate peda
Doodh Peda
Chocolate Khoya Burfi
Bajra Atta Laddu
Aval Kesari
Sweet Appam without baking soda
Suiyam
Moong dal halwa
Nankhatai Recipe
Ashoka Halwa
SAVORY SNACKS
Mullu Murukku
ottukadalai Murukku
Coconut milk murukku



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