Diwali 2022: A look at the evergreen sweets without which the celebration in incomplete

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Gulab Jamun: It is probably one of the most popular Indian sweet dishes of all time and it gains even more importance during Diwali.

Kaju Katli: It is a very popular sweet in many parts of India and is often given as gifts during festivals

Soan papdi: It is the most popular sweet in India that is exchanged and eaten during festivals.

Besan ladoo: It is a must to eat sweet during any festival and especially Diwali. The sweet provides a nutty flavor and has a dusty texture.

Jalebi: This is one of the oldest Indian mithai that has been consumed by dessert lovers for years

Peda: Peda is a great Indian sweet dish to try this year during Diwali.

Coconut ladoo: It is a very unique and rare Indian sweet dish that has been prevalent in Indian homes

Rasmalai: It is essentially a Bengali delicacy dessert that can be found in most sweet shops

Cham Cham: It is one of the most loved sweets during Diwali. Every person especially children love to eat them