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Indian festivals are all about decorative sweets that put a heavenly taste in your mouth. Raksha Bandhan is no different! On this holy day, sisters ties the sacred thread of love and protection around their brothers’ wrist and mark this relationship of purity with an exchange of good wishes and delightful gifts.

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Raksha Bandhan is the sweetest as it celebrates the bond between a brother and his sister. The festival is celebrated in honour of a promise that the brother makes to always take care of his sister and the sister in turn ties a sacred thread or rakhi on the brother’s wrist as his protection from ill luck.

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One thing that will never fade away in this world is the love for good food. Indian food is one of the most popular cuisines in the world and the demand for Indian snacks, sweets and beverages is constantly on the rise. Bikanervala is a premium brand of Indian traditional sweets, snacks and beverages.

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Indian cuisine has always had its takers worldwide but most of the times it was limited to the NRI diaspora. But that one-way trend is now changing as international Indian sweets brand like Bikanervala become more mainstream in the middle-east, continental Europe and the United States.

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Well, there is nothing like Indian sweets when it comes to appeasing your dessert needs. The melting sensation evoked by a Gulab Jamun or the sweet after taste of a Rasogolla can have anybody drooling for more.

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The Big Fat Indian Wedding is a well-known term because weddings in India are not just a celebration of the union between two people but a celebration of the union of two families. Weddings in India are grand and pompous.

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Kesar Thandai is a non-carbonated drink which is a common traditional summer drink in India and has melon seeds, cucumber seeds, rose water, white pepper, aniseed, poppy seed, black pepper, cardamom and other natural ingredients that help keep the body cool in summers.

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We know how hard it can be to get a proper breakfast when you are living in a fast-moving metro environment. Also, most of the times,

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Akshaya Tritiya celebrates new beginnings and good luck. Celebrated with much gusto on the third lunar day of the month of Vaisakha, the day is considered as the birthday of Parasurama.

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A colourful celebration of love, joy and forgiveness, Holi marks yet another triumph of good over evil. The festival is associated with the fall of the evil king Hiranyakashyap.

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