The festival of Lights, Diwali can also be called as Festival of Sweets as this is the time of the year when people consume maximum sweets. Diwali and sweets are inseparable. Without relishing mouth-watering sweets of Diwali, no one can actually get the spirit of Diwali celebrations.

Even Sweets are important part of the Pooja Rituals of Diwali like Lakshmi Ganesh Puja. Any Puja is incomplete without offering bhoga (Sweets) to god and goddesses.

Some of the famous sweets which are prepared for the festival of Diwali include Coconut Burfi, Mysorepak, Kajukatli, Badusha, Puranpoli, Karanji, Rasgulla, Rasmalai, Rava Ladoo, Sandesh, Gajar Ka Halwa, Motichur Ke Ladoo, Moong Dal Ka Halwa, Shrikhand, Kheer, Sakkarai Pongal, Jalebi, Gujab Jamun, etc.

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Diwali Sweets Recipes :

Balushahi - Diwali Sweets Gulab Jamun - Diwali Sweets Jalebi - Diwali Sweets karanji - Diwali Sweets
Shrikhand - Diwali Sweets Moong Dal Halwa - Diwali Sweets Badam Kheer - - Diwali Sweets Motichur Laddu - Diwali Sweets
Gajar Ka Halwa - Diwali Sweets Besan Ladoo Diwali Sweet Recipe Sandesh - Diwali Sweets Rava Laddo - Diwali Sweets
Rasmalai - Diwali Sweets Rasgulla - Diwali Sweets Puranpoli - Diwali Sweets Kajukatli - Diwali Sweets
Badusha - Diwali Sweets Mysorepak - Diwali Sweets Coconut Burfi - Diwali Sweets Kalakand - Diwali Sweets