Diwali is a festival of lights, love and bringing everyone together know each and every traditions of Diwali, This blog evolves around food, gifts, and some mouthwatering sweets.

As many of us celebrate festivals with great show and pomp, it’s somewhat losing its originality as we have come too far from the traditional practices and values which were too strong for our mind and body. Let’s look at a few traditional methods which our families could adapt to relish a healthy festival time along with laddus, chaklis and other food recipes.

Go for homemade snacks

The festive season is an amazing time for the whole family to get together and be a part in preparing homemade snacks and sweets like laddus, barfis, chaklis, savoury items and Kaju Katlis. This practice helps to make powerful bonds among family members and is also a good way to make food from scratch which is tastier and healthier, in comparison with sweets like laddus, barfi from sweet shops. An excellent way to involve children in cooking so as to cultivate healthy food practices. Skip buying Diwali Faral from outside & get your whole family involved in preparing homemade food. These are the great food choices to consume in winter as they keep you warm and help your body generate heat.


Gifts exchange for thanking Gifts don’t need to be pricey, even a tiny amount of love is sufficient to create a wonder between relations. In ancestral times, gifts were there in the form of homemade snacks, sweets, inviting someone to your place for lunch or dinner.


I hope you loved visiting your roots and traditions with the sweet talking about kaju katli, laddus and other mouth-watering recipes. Yes, there are healthy and lovely benefits of our age-old food items like chakli, laddus, etc.

We have been doing something hatke in each and every festival that we celebrate and so, this Diwali let’s recall our traditions and celebrate it in the best way possible.

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