• Holi

    Holi

  • Holi

    Holi

Holi is marked by colourful parades accompanied by folk songs, dances and a general sense of relaxed fun. Nowadays Holi is an excuse for young Indians to shed their inhibitions and caste differences for a day of fun. Teenagers spend the day flirting and misbehaving in the streets, and everyone chases everyone else around, throwing brightly colored powder and water over each other.

Gujiya
Gujiya

Gujiya

Gujiya is a half moon shaped sweet but crunchy dumplings filled with sweet mawa or coconut based stuffing. In the stuffing, lots of dry fruits are added, sweetened with sugar or gud. The outer part is made with Suji/semolina or refined flour or whole wheat flour.

Kesari Bhog
Kesari Bhog

Kesari Bhog

Kesari Bhog is a very tasty variety of our very well known "Rosogolla". Kesar means Saffron, when the Paneer for Rosogolla is being prepared at that time Milk soaked saffron should be added to this.

Holi is marked by colourful parades accompanied by folk songs, dances and a general sense of relaxed fun. Nowadays Holi is an excuse for young Indians to shed their inhibitions and caste differences for a day of fun. Teenagers spend the day flirting and misbehaving in the streets, and everyone chases everyone else around, throwing brightly colored powder and water over each other.
Amriti Amriti

Imarti or Amriti or Jhangri is a dessert invented in Mughal kitchen and is now popular in Rajasthan, West Bengal, and South India. Imarti is made by deep-frying urad flour batter in a kind of circular flower shape, then soaked in sugar syrup.

Thandai Thandai

This drink common in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan - mostly in Peshawar. It is native to India and is often associated with the Maha Shivaratri and Holi festival.