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Top 20 Festival Foods In India

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Diwali Festival Food

Diwali

By Bhaumik |
Diwali is one such festival where a wife allows her husband who has diabetes to eat his heart . Yes, Diwali is famous for its “mithai” or sweets, during that day each and every household will have a combination of freshly made snacks ranging from Jalebis to Gulab Jamun, Shankarpali to Kheer, Gajar Ka Halwa to Kaju barfi and many more. Along with this savoury dishes are also served.

Yummi Rabadi
Holi Festival Food

Holi

By Bhaumik |
Although traditional Holi dishes vary from region to region there are some “must have” which can be found even in the remote areas of the country . Among the list the is thandai or a more commonly used word “bhang” is a sweet, creamy milk drink. The drink is a combination of different nuts and exotic spices such as cardamom, rose petals and fennel. But during the particular festival, the interesting drink is served with a pinch of bhang (or marijuana).

Sandesh
Durga Puja Festival Food

Durga Puja

By Bhaumik |
Is sometimes also referred to as Durgotsav. It is an annual Hindu festival celebrated mostly in South India, worshiping the Hindu goddess Durga. It is one such festival which is also known as the foodie’s paradise with many lip-smacking dishes and sweets. Sandesh is one of the festival sweets which is a must have for everyone. Prepared with milk, sugar and paneer and decorated with dry fruits, this will melt in your mouth.

Saffron Halva
Janmashtami Festival Food

Janmashtami

By Bhaumik |
Janmashtami is again one of the most beautiful festivals celebrated in India. The celebrations are very popular in places like Mathura and Vrindavan. People fast during the daytime and break it with a special meal after sunset. These special meals include flaked Almond and Saffron Halva. It is another special dish which can be had with the whole family and enjoyed.

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Diwali

Diwali is one such festival where a wife allows her husband who has diabetes to eat his heart...

Durga Puja

Diwali is one such festival where a wife allows her husband who has diabetes to eat his heart...

Janmashtami

Diwali is one such festival where a wife allows her husband who has diabetes to eat his heart...

Diwali

Diwali is one such festival where a wife allows her husband who has diabetes to eat his heart...