The Importance of Sweets During Diwali Celebrations: The Indian Perspective

Introduction to Indian Sweets

Diwali is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance and good over evil. The festival is celebrated with much fanfare and people from all parts of India enjoy this festival with sweets, lights, fireworks and crackers.

Indian Sweets:

There are many Indian sweets that are prepared during Diwali. Here are some common Indian sweets that you may want to try:

1) Laddoos

2) Rasmalai

3) Rasgulla

4) Gulab Jamun

5) Besan Ladoo

What are the Ingredients in Indian Sweets?

Indian sweets are a type of sweet dish which is popular in the Indian subcontinent. The most common ingredients in Indian sweets are sugar, milk, ghee, and nuts.

Below is a list of the most popular Indian sweets:

  1. Gulab Jamun
  2. Rasgulla
  3. Kulfi
  4. Jalebi
  5. Peda

How Do Indians Prepare and Serve Sweets on Diwali?

Sweets are an essential part of Diwali that Indians prepare and serve during the festival.

The most popular sweets are the traditional Indian sweets made with milk, sugar, and other ingredients. These sweets are usually prepared in a way that is easy to make so that everyone can enjoy them.

The traditional Indian sweets are usually deep fried or baked. The most popular ones include: Gulab Jumun, Rasmalai, Kaju Katli, Jalebi, Chikki (or chikkis), and laddu.