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The traditional sweet of Holi- Gujiya 0

Holi is a traditional festival which is celebrated in the beginning of spring and celebrated over two days. Mainly it is a celebration of love, fertility and color.  It is one of the major festival of India. It is originated in India and celebrated as a religious festival of the year. The festival takes place in the month of March. 

It is celebrated because of the burning of devil Holika.  Holi is mostly seen as a time for people to get together and enjoy themselves. It is a time when friends, families and communities can get together without any concern for caste or ethnicity. That said, there are certain groups that take its religious elements more seriously than others. There are many sweets that are prepared on the occasion of Holi like gujiya, mathri, sev and many more. But among all gujiya is most popular. 

As we all are aware that holi is just around the corner and the festival of colours is incomplete without a plateful of mouth-watering gujiyas. The traditional dessert of Holi is not only celebrated in North India but also in Maharashtra. Gujiya or stuffed dumplings are the most common sweets served at Holi. It is one of the most special Holi food items and is mainly popular in the northern parts of India. So, include this delectable sweet dish in your Holi festival. The perfect combination of desi ghee, khoya, and grated coconut make this dessert immensely flavourful, delicious and aromatic. However, many people resist themselves from eating gujiyas, because of thier high calories. But the festival comes once in a year so you must enjoy the taste of popular taste of Chaina Ram Gujiya and Kaleva Kesar Gujiya.

 There are many variations of Gujiya. As you move through the states of India Gujiya has different name and many variations. Gujiya came from Rajasthan and also known as pedakiya in Bihar, ghughra in Gujarat and karanji in Maharashtra. It is a deep fried dumpling made with suji or maida and has stuffing of sweetened khoya with dryfruits, and fried in ghee. You can see the gujiya in everyhome during the Holi festival. 

Chaina Ram Gujiya is very famous for its unique taste. Along with that kaleva kesar gujiya is also has unique taste and flavor of kesar which makes it more delicious and yummy. Children, youngsters and adults all wait for this colorful festival Holi. It is the festival of colors. They are crispy yet flaky on the outside and melt in your mouth inside. You can order sweets online from FoodFeasta and have the awesome taste of Gujiya. Get these sweets home delivery and enjoy the colorful festival with your family and friends. 

Enjoy the Holi festival with FoodFeasta order sweets online. Order now and get the sweets home delivery at your address with one of the best quality and taste. Have fun with one of the best taste of gujiya and celebrate the Holi with lots of color and happiness. Be in hurry order now.

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