Happy Diwali!

As kids me and my brother were more interested in firecrackers than anything. I remember we used to divide the firecrackers in exactly half. No one should get even a single cracker more than the other! But that did not last very long, we both outgrew the fun of firecrackers at much earlier age. We would but just few fulbaji/fuljhadi, few anaars and few bhoo chakra and that is about it. We used that money on good books. Now a days, for me Diwali is all about food and decorating. Rangoli, Toran, and nicely decorated Diyas makes it more special for me.

Here are some traditional treats for Diwali -


A Closeup  



Homemade Shev  

Wish you all a very Happy Diwali!


  1. What a mouthwatering spread. A belated happy Diwali, Mints. I couldn't celebrate this year because I was neck-deep in work, but I hope to make some sweets soon. The chirote are going on my must-try list.

    1. Belated happy Diwali to you too Vaishali. Let me know when you try the chirote.


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