Just like any Indian festival, the celebration and joy surrounding Holi, the festival of colours is incomplete without good food. The traditional delicacies that augment the pleasure of this celebration include gujiya, adoos, thandai, poori sabzi, chole, malpua, dahi bhalle, etc. After spending the whole day playing with colours, in the evening people visit each other to exchange greetings and good wishes with sweets and homemade treats. A day or two prior to Holi, almost every household celebrating it begins all the arrangements for the making of the above-mentioned delicacies.
Hence with food being our prime concern, on the eve of Holi, we have arrived at the house of a lovely granny who will show us how few of the popular traditional Holi delicacies are prepared. This culinary experience will surely leave you drooling. Happy viewing.