The most awaited festival of Indian draws near that celebrated in all over India. Yes, it’s Diwali- the festival of lights?, crackers?and sweets?. Obviously, you all are getting busy in cleaning your house, but on the other side, you have to prepare so many dishes to add more colors in this great festival as Diwali can’t even be imagined without sweets and savories that are specially made at home.

Apart from sweet dishes, there are several other delicacies that are made on the occasion of Diwali. The cuisines of Diwali also depend upon the culture and family traditions. From north to south and east to west India, several mouth-watering delights are prepared in various manners depending upon the prevailing custom and the taste of the family members. Now, we have listed so many dishes for you people, which gives you an idea that what you have to prepare for Diwali 2015.

Prepare one of the dishes from the list to make your Diwali memorable:



Malpua is an Indian pancake that is served as a dessert or snacks. Almost, all the people liked this delectable sweet as it offers unique taste and flavour to your taste buds.

Gajar ka Halwa


When we talked about Indian desserts, one name that undoubtedly comes in every person’s mind is the traditional Gajar ka Halwa prepared in every Indian home in almost all the festivals. On the occasion of Diwali, Gajar ka Halwa is unavoidably part of the menu and when it served hot, it tastes wonderful.

Kaju Katli


Albeit, there are umpteen number of varieties to prepare for this auspicious occasion, but among them, Kaju Katli is one of the popular sweets having the diamond-like shape and loaded lots of cashew nuts and sugar.

Besan ke Ladoo


A delicious dessert loved by everyone, especially kids, who are very much fond of this sweet dessert. It’s very easy to prepare as a very few ingredients are used in it. So, this Diwali, indulge you in the taste of this mouth-watering.



It’s a North Indian style crisp and crackers, generally cooked and feasted upon during the festivals. This Diwali, forget the biscuits and enjoy the combination of Tea and Mathri for snacks.



Mohanthal is a rich Gram Flour (besan) Barfi, having lots of dry fruits that offer an amazing taste at the time of eating. In Rajasthan, it’s ideally known as to serve as God and Goddess Prasad, but during festivals, Mohanthal is very common at each household.

Vegetable Bonda


Till now, we have rendered only the sweet dishes, but it’s time to change your taste with spicy Vegetable Bonda, which provides you amazing flavour that enhance your desire to munch this delicacy.

Paneer Pakoda


As you hear the name of Paneer Pakoda, your mouth starts to drool. Paneer tastes best when to eat piping hot and it makes great pakodas that melt in your mouth.

Shahi Tukda


A Shahi delight on this Diwali!! Crispy and crunchy Shahi Tukda for your guest served as a snack. Delve into the recipe of this dish that you can easily find on the Internet and give a special treat to your family members and guests.