In India, no party is complete without some sweetness. Raksha Bandhan, one of the major festivals in India, is just around the corner. It is a time to indulge in festivities such as gifts, lights, mehndi and a lot of sweets. Meanwhile, the marketplaces have begun flooding with sweets of all varieties.
To make this festival sweeter for you, we have compiled a list of Raksha Bandhan's special sweets.
Kaju katli, one of the most cherished Indian sweets is in high demand this Raksha Bandha. This barfi made of cashew nuts has a rich and soothing taste. Therefore, this time when you tie rakhi to your loved brother, make sure you have some Kaju katli on your plate.
Tempting khoya balls covered with sugar syrup may always find a place in your stomach, no matter how full you are. You can prepare or get this warm, indulgent, and soothing delicacy this Raksha Bandhan.
This aromatic badam ki kheer is the ideal dessert for Raksha Bandhan celebrations. This healthy delight can be the perfect dessert for the festival as you prepare it easily. It is made with fragrant rice boiled in whole milk, sweetened with sugar, and cooked with almond, and saffron.
An old Delhi royal dish, everyone at your Raksha Bandhan celebration will be impressed by the crunchy and delectable treat known as Shahi tukda. This is a wholesome sweet which can surely satisfy your sweet tooth.
You only need four ingredients to make this delectable delicacy at home. You won't be able to resist these delicious balls of sweetness made from besan, almond powder, and ghee.
This saffron and cardamom-flavoured sweet are what you need to grab to make your Raksha Bandhan special. Rasmalai is frequently consumed on special occasions. It is one of the most favourite milk-based and tasty Indian desserts.
Balushahi is a very traditional Indian sweet. This rich flavoured dish is very popular, especially in the season of Sawan. Everyone loves this sweet, the old age member of your family will surely love this sweet.