Holi is one of the most ancient and most popular festivals of India. It is celebrated in myriad ways around the country.
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) ...
Holi 2018 is finally here and we can't keep calm. So while tents come up for parties everywhere and sweet shops fill up with mouth-watering delicacies, have a look at these drool-worthy Holi Instagram posts.
Holi 2021: Gujiya, chaat, thandai, barfi, kachori, there's so much to prepare in such little time. But guess what? There is no reason to be all jittery, for we bring you a fully-planned Holi menu ...
Many restaurants in the country have curated Holi-special menus to keep up with the spirit of this effervescent occasion.
Holi is just around the corner and the entire nation will be celebrating their own version of this colourful festival in just a few days. This year Holi will be celebrated on Friday, 2nd March, ...
'Keema doi bora' is fried meatballs in sweet and spiced curd. Legend has it; this dish was one of the specialties of the family of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore.
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.
Playing with colours, water guns, singing, dancing and endless chatter make Holi one of our most favourite festivals, and like any Indian festival, Holi also comes loaded with its signature delicacies.
Besides the pop of colours and endless singing and dancing, Holi is also associated with sumptuousfood.