September-October 2009 Issue
Diwali is celebrated all over India and elsewhere in the world. Traditionally known by its Sanskrit name Deepavali, it actually means 'a row of lights'. Diwali celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, goodness over evil and knowledge over ignorance.
Traditional Foods and sweets are always a part of the Diwali celebration.
Regional menus usually feature at Diwali parties and get-togethers this year however impress your guests with a fancy new Diwali menu. The festival of Diwali is incomplete without mithais. Try some of the sweet delicacies with an array of blissful sweets. Those who do not have time to make these elaborate delicacies can try their hand at delectable microwave desserts like Besan Laddoo and Rice Kheer.
Get creative and decorate your house with the vibrant arrangement that my friend Anuradha Pittie has shared with us. To make the festival fun and exciting for children involve them in the creative craft of quilling to make attractive gift boxes for gifting family and friends…
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