The festival of colours is around the corner. Holi symbolizes the victory of good over evil. On Holi all misunderstandings and fights of the past are forgotten and forgiven. People squirt coloured water, throw water balloons and gulal on friends and foes alike. Playing Holi is a lot of fun, but the harmful colors and water that take a toll on your hair and skin should be avoided. Herbal and natural colours are readily available in the market these days. Your Holi festivities will be incomplete if you don’t indulge in the delicious goodies that are associated with it. Gujiya, thandai, mathris, laddoos, jalebis and several other eatables are prepared as a part of Holi celebrations. Bhang and bhang laced sweets are one of the main attractions. These traditional dishes are far tastier than the usual junk food that we are used to eating.
Make your Holi special by including these treats in your menu!