Tradition of Gifting Sweets in Diwali 2018
Diwali is a symbolic festival of lights, fun, joy and celebration. This is also a celebration of sweets. It is a known fact that for any kind of happy event or opportunity, dessert is an essential part of the festival. There is an opportunity to enjoy the sweet variety of Diwali. This festival is a time in exchange of gifts and bathing your love and with friends, family and relatives.
When we talk about the festival, it is not limited to light, lamp and fireworks. Diwali is associated with the happiness of water with some mouth. Each region of India has its traditional diversity of sweet and methas made specifically for this festival. Gifting sweets are a way of spreading happiness and goodwill between both donors and receivers.
Diwali is an integral part of dessert and sweet festivals. Every house welcomes its visitors with sweets that day. Gift packs of sweet or sweet hammers are distributed among neighbors, corporations offices, factories, workers, friends, loved ones and at home or required or unexpected guests. Companies give a mithais gift to their employees, parents send mithas in their married daughters’ houses, buy sweets for elderly youth and so on. During Diwali, sweets shops are in their major business profits. At this time special dessert is prepared and Diwali is shared with the relatives and friends in the form of gifts. All different varieties of sweets exposed the wonderful aroma and taste and enjoyed young and old people during Diwali. Most sweet dishes are rich in ghee, dried fruits, nuts and saffron.
Diwali desserts are many, but the most common sweet dishes include Gulab Jamun, Kher, Iceies, Ladus, Juice Mali, Kajukali, Jalebi, Pida, Soon Patpadi etc. Indian shops have been packed beautifully to send Diwali sweets gifts and gift hammers to the nearest and dear ones. Celebrating these sweet festivals, reflecting the happiness and happiness of the people, the summer wishes of happiness and happiness.