Holi 2024: What India Eats During Holi


Holi 2024: A festival of colors, love, and food! Let's take a look at what India indulges in during this joyous occasion.


Slide 1: The preparations begin weeks in advance. Sweets like gujiya, malpua, and thandai are made at home or bought from local shops.


Slide 2: On the day of Holi, the streets are filled with the aroma of delicious snacks like samosas, kachoris, and chaat.


Slide 3: Bhang, a traditional drink made from cannabis, is also consumed during Holi. It is believed to add to the festive spirit.


Slide 4: The main course includes a variety of dishes like puri, chole, and aloo sabzi. Some regions also have special Holi dishes like dahi vada and kheer.


Slide 5: The highlight of Holi is the famous 'thandai', a refreshing drink made with milk, nuts, and spices. It is a must-try during this festival.


Slide 6: Holi is incomplete without the famous 'bhang thandai'. It is a version of thandai infused with bhang and is known for its intoxicating effects.


Slide 7: The celebrations continue with a variety of sweets like ras malai, gulab jamun, and jalebi. These sweet treats add to the festive spirit.


Slide 8: Holi is also a time for families and friends to come together and enjoy a grand feast. It is a time to bond over delicious food and create memories.


Slide 9: As the day comes to an end, the celebrations continue with a bonfire and more food. Holi is not just a festival of colors, but also a celebration of food and togetherness.