Diwali or Deepavali is perhaps the most popular of all Hindu festivals, also known as the Festival of Lights, it is dedicated to the goddess Kali in Bengal and to Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, in the rest of India. As with several other festivals, Diwali is associated with one of the stories about the destruction of evil by Vishnu in one of his many manifestations. In Jainism, where the festival is also known as Mahavira Nirvana, Diwali celebrates the attainment of Moksa by
Lord Mahavira. A burning lamp symbolizes the “light of knowledge” that dispels the darkness of delusion and ignorance.
Badam (Almond) Katlee
Its a typical maharashtrian snack which is made for occasions like diwali or also for regular basis.
Motichoor Ladoo is one of the most popular ladoo varieties served as a dessert sweet […]
A delicious Indian dessert that is made by boiling milk on low heat until the milk is reduced by half.
A very popular South Indian savoury snack.
A popular and traditional sweet made during diwali and other festivals.
Gulab Jamun is one of the most popular dessert throughout India. Often served during festivals […]