Happy Holi 2017! No Holi celebration is complete without indulging in sinful gujiyas. Golden fried dumplings stuffed with khoya or coconut and a mix of spices, and then dunked in sugar syrup.
Food is one of the most crucial parts of Holi celebration. The feast is elaborated and filled with sinful indulgence. From various kinds of beverages (kanji vada tothandai) to appetisers (dahi bhalla, samosas, pakodas etc) ...
Here are a few simple and easy tips on how to prepare natural colours for Holi and protect your skin and hair from chemical colours.
Holi 2020: Holi is here, and the nation is celebrating the festivities with fun and fervour. Holi is also an ideal time to indulge in a variety of delicacies.
Holi is very high on food quotient too, of which sweets form an essential part.
Holi evenings are a highlight of their own in terms of food. Here are 6 places you can feast all your cravings post the Holi celebrations, that too without going too harsh on your pocket.
Thandai is the quintessential drink around the festival of Holi. Make it at home with this super easy and quick recipe.
If you like the taste of spices, you can even add cinnamon to the list of ingredients. Some people like their thandai thicker, in which case they use only milk and no water.