Traditional Indian Recipes

DIWALI RECIPES – DEEPAWALI RECIPES

 

3-diwali-greetings

Diwali or Deepawali is the “festival of lights”.  Deep means “light” and avail means “a row of lights”. There are various legends pointing to the origin of Diwali. Some believe it to be the celebrations of the marriage of Goddess Lakshmi with Lord Vishnu. Diwali also commemorates the return of Lord Rama along with Sita and Lakshman from his fourteen year long exile and vanquishing the demon-king Ravana. In joyous celebration of the return of their king, the people of Ayodha illuminated the kingdom with eathern diyas (oil lamps) and burst crackers.

Deepawali symbolizes the victory of good over evil, the victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness.  On this auspicious day, people light up diyas all around their houses and make Rangoli on the entrance doors of their houses for welcoming Goddess Laxmi (the Goddess of wealth and fortune).

Diwali is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm and happiness in India by lighting the lamps around their houses and bursting the crackers.

                                                                                      DIWALI RECIPES

                                                                               DIWALI SNACK  AND CHAT RECIPES

MAIDA MURUKU

BESAN MURUKU

PUTUNAL MURUKULU

SAGO MURUKULU

CRISPY CORN PAKODA

RIBBON PAKODA

GARELU – MEDU VADA

PARIPPU VADA – CHANNA DAL VADA

INSTANT BREAD VADA

GUJARATI MASALA PURI

MAIDA NAMKEEN

SWEET CORN CHAT

BHEL PURI CHAT

RAGADA

 

                                                                               DIWALI SWEET RECIPES

MAIDA BURFI

CASHEW NUT BURFI

BADAM BURFI

GULAB JAMUN

BENGALI RASGULA

DOODH PEDA

COCO COCONUT LADOO

RAVA LADOO

TIL KA LADOO

PEANUT LADOO

BESAN KA LADOO

PUTUNAL LADOO

ATUKULA LADOO

RAVA KESARI

BANANA KESARI

KAJJIKAYALU

NEYYITHI PURI

PALA MUNJALU

4 CAKES

7CAKES

7 CUP SWEET

CARROT HALWA

SWEET DIAMOND MAIDS CUT BISCUITS

PAAL PAYASAM

CHERUPAYAR PARRIPU PAYASAM

SABUDANA KI KHEER

ATUKULA PAYASAM

SAGO VERMICILLI PAYASAM

CHAKKARA PONGAL

PHIRNI

POORNAM BOORELU

PALLILA BOORELU

PURAN POLI

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