Holi 2018 Special: 6 Delectable Thandai Recipes

The winter clouds are giving way for the bounty of spring,and Indians across the country are all geared to celebrate Holi in less than a week. Cheeks smeared in hues of pink, green, yellow and red, getting drenched in coloured water or devouring the festive special delicacies; there is a reason why Holi is one of the most loved and widely celebrated festivals of India. Different regions of the country have their own local take on the festival. In Mathura, the festivities may last more than week. It is known…

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Holi 2018: A Fully Prepared Holi Lunch Menu For A Memorable Holi Party

Holi is just around the corner and the weather is just perfect to gear up for the most vibrant and fun festival of the year. This year the festival of colours would be celebrated on 2nd March 2018.  Painting people in hues of rainbow to getting drenched in water or dodging the attacks of water guns and balloons, playing Holi definitely makes for a festival which is not just fun, but high on adrenaline too. This year, Holi falls on 2nd March 2018 and preparations for it have begun in full swing….

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Holi 2018: 7 Innovative Gujiya Filling Ideas To Take Your Gujiya Game To The Next Level!

Holi celebrations sans the presence of our very own deep-fried Indian pastry- the gujiya– is quite unheard of. Gujiya extremists might just claim that gujiya has been declared the best sweet of the world by UNESCO! The Holi special sweet has many variations in different states of the country, like the karanji in Maharashtra and the Nevri in Goa. The main difference in the recipes of these variants is the ingredients used in preparing the filling. For example, the Goan nevri is stuffed with coconut and jaggery, setting it apart from its North Indian cousin that is usually stuffed with mawa or khoya and a number of…

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