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.
Lohri is synonymous with happiness and revelry in the northern states of India. The festival marks the winter solstice - the shortest day and longest night of the year. Lohri has its own folklore
The Winter Carnival is being hosted by Bikanervala at its outlets across India from 22nd December 2017 onwards. The Carnival has activities for both kids and adults. Participants can win exciting gift hampers from Bikanervala
In India, festivals and celebrations are always around the corner, and so are gifts and sweets. Winters provide ample opportunities for celebrations, first with the Diwali festivities, followed by Christmas celebrations, New Year bashes, Republic Day and Lohri.
We love winters for the coziness and comfort they evoke, as opposed to the oppressing and hot summers. Sure, we have to give up our favourite lemonades and mojitos during winters, but winters do bring savoury delights of their own to keep our taste-buds tweeting.
KajuKatliis one of the most beloved Indian sweets. The diamond shaped Katlis are often served as a special delicacy for special occasions. In today's post, we are sharing the recipe offor quickly preparing someKajuKatlisat home.
Searching for good, authentic sweet shops in Delhi NCR can be a bit intimidating. Let us make it easy for you. In this post, we’ve defined some best sweet shop in Delhi where you’ll get each and every variety of sweets, namkeen, and even snacks hailing from different parts of India.
Papad or Papadum as known in many parts of India makes for one of the best and most popular side dishes served as an appetizer or a proper dish in a three-course meal. Papad comes in a plethora of variants – lentil, chickpea, rice, potato, tapioca, and udadpapad. These are tasty, satiating and healthy as well.