18-10-2017 03:32 PM
Diwali is the most widely celebrated Hindu festival in India. It brings along with it, a plethora of gastronomical practices. Each household has it's own set of traditions and practices associated with Diwali, depending on which part of India it is in and on the inheritance of the household.
In northern India, A very common practice to make some sweets- laddus (atta/besan with gond or motichur) and namkeens (matthi, namakparas) at home. Apart from this dryfuits are a favorite gifting option. On the night of Diwali, the good old aloo puri make for the best meal to satiate our palates!
Food is an integral part of Diwali, contributing greatly to making it a happy festival!