DIWALI – the festival which keeps everyone busy.. Festival of lights, fire crackers, house cleaning, new clothes, exchange of gifts and more gifts, get-together’s, diwali dinner’s, puja and not to forget food, mithai (sweets), more food and more and more sweets.. 424 more words
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Festive goodies, from mooncakes for the Mid-Autumn Festival to logcakes for Christmas, are getting more newfangled and fancy every year.
For the upcoming Deepavali celebrations, some Indian restaurants in Singapore are putting a twist on the traditional Indian sweets known as mithai. 1,381 more words
It’s Navratri (Nava is nine ratri signifies night, so nine nights of ritualistic worship of nine forms of the Goddess Durga also known as Nava Durga along with fasting by devotees) in the country starting today. 541 more words
With the 10 days Ganesh Chaturthi festival ending today, here’s an Ukadiche Modak Stuffed with Coconut and Powdered Nuts from my chakhum to bid a sweet farewell to Lord Ganesha, our beloved Elephant God. 664 more words