Walnut and Besan Barfi

walnut besan barfi

 

Delicious sweet candy

India offers a wide variety of sweets to people. Among the traditional Indian sweets, Walnut and besan barfi is very famous in the country. The markets are flooded with delicious sweets and candies that can be distributed among friends and family members on special occasions and festivals including Diwali, Holi, Lohri and others.

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Thandai- Refreshing drink!

thandai

Thandai, popularly called sardai, is a refreshing summer drink which is traditionally served during Indian festivals Mahashivratri and Holi. It is flavored with a number of dry fruits, especially almonds. Other dry fruits used to make Thandai are cashew nuts and pistachios. Not only, this, exotic mix of aromatic spices is used while making Thandai. They include peppercorns, fennel as well as cardamom to add to the taste. … Continue reading

Nariyal Pak with Kaju

Nariyal Pak with Kaju

Barfi or Pak is a sweet confectionary made primarily in the Indian subcontinent. There are several varieties of barfi which include Besan barfi (made using gram flour), Pista barfi (made using ground pistachios), kaaju barfi (made using cashews) and Nariyal barfi or nariyal pak (made using Coconut). The most popular barfi among the ones mentioned above is the nariyal pak with nuts (pistachios and cashew) along with flavours like rose water … Continue reading

Gajar ka Halwa

Gajar ka Halwa

Gajar ka halwa or Gajrela is among the most popular traditional Indian desserts. It is a dessert mainly associated with Punjab region in both India and Pakistan. It is prepared by putting some freshly grated carrots in a cooking utensil along with a certain amount of milk, sugar and water while being stirred regularly. Constant … Continue reading

MahaShivratri and Dry Fruits

maha shivratri

Maha Shivratri holds a lot of significance for millions of devotees of Lord Shiva in India and abroad. Celebrated on 14th night of the new moon during the month of Phalguna, Maha Shivratri is one of the auspicious Hindu festivals. On this pious festival, devotees offer special prayers to Lord Shiva, the lord of destruction. The festival holds a lot of significance according to the Hindu … Continue reading

Rugby Balls in India

rugby balls

After cricket, is rugby gaining popularity in India?

It’s doubtless that rugby is gaining popularity in India. To promote the sport, people have even come forward to create its own version of Indian Premier League (IPL). Nowadays, students in school, colleges to those in jobs are playing rugby in cricket-crazy India. If you also want to play this game, you must know some tricks and techniques to play … Continue reading

Harvest Festival – In different Names

harvest festival

The different Names of Harvest Festival in India

India is one of the largest countries around the world with rich cultural diversity and many languages spoken, but since India is primarily based on agriculture, there are several harvest festivals celebrated throughout the country, and many are even celebrated on the same day with different names for each region. The common thing with all the … Continue reading

New Year Gifts: Chocolates and Dry Fruits

New Year Gifts

Make This New Year Special by Gifting Chocolates and Dry Fruits.

You can brighten up the festive season with the sweet, utterly delicious gift of chocolates and chocolates. Indeed, the gift of chocolates conveys your innermost warm feelings and spell luxury in the most attractive way. Christmas and the New Year, the most exciting times during the year are the best excuse to discard the … Continue reading