Diwali is here and so are the sweets and delicacies of the festival. The market is flooded with all kinds of Indian traditional sweets in attractive and beautifully designed gift packs. Apart from sweets exotic traditional dishes are up the menu to celebrate this Hindu festival of lights. The list is endless. Here are a few truly traditional dishes particular of the festival to cherish the occasion.


Creamy Paneer Koftas: The rich ingredients make it a great dish to feast on Diwali.


Smoky Stuffed Potatoes: Potatoes are all time favourite of many. The smoky potatoes stuffed with dry fruits exotic spices and rich cream fried grilled or baked make a perfect snack.


Methi Matar Malai: For festivals like Diwali it is a comforting dish for those who like pungent food. Simple to cook yet rich in taste methi matar malai is tangy hot and spicy.


Mewa Dahi Gujiya: nbsp;These little delights are stuffed with coconut cashews chirongi and raisins. Creamy yoghurt and tamarind sauce enhance the flavour of the snacks.


Tempting vegetable Biryani: nbsp;Basmati rice cooked in pure ghee whole spices and spiced veggies make a perfect feast for Diwali day.


Diwali sweets make your party meal complete.


Dilbahar: nbsp;It is delightfully delicious. It will win your heart.


Spongy Rajbhog: nbsp;It is a traditional Bengali sweet made with paneer in saffron. nbsp;Stuffed with pistachios almonds cardamom powder and dipped in sugar syrup they are served chilled.


Hot Gulab Jamuns: It is one of the favourite Indian dessert that can be served on all festivals. Their softness and sugary syrup satisfy sweet cravings with every bite.


Kaju katli: nbsp;It is one of the most famous and royal Indian sweets. This diamond shape burfi is not only best to be served to guests at your place but can also be gifted on Diwali.


Kesar Phirni: This saffron pistachio cashews and raisins rice pudding can complement the warmth of the festival.


Donrsquo;t hold back. Treat yourself and your loved ones with these delightfully delicious dishes and sweets. Feast on them before the festive season is over.