Celebrate Holi festival with Anmol sweets.
The Festival of Colors is a celebration of love and inclusion and a beautiful event for springtime.
The Holi festival is held on the last day of the full moon of the Hindu lunar calendar. It is a two-day event: On the first day, families gather together on holy fire. On the second day, a festival of colors is celebrated. In 2021, the Hall starts on Sunday, March 28 and ends on March 29.
Delicious food is the basis of any celebration. What a holi without Guiya. Gujiya is like Holi. There is no complete holi festival without gujiya. It is known by various names – karanji, ghugra or karajikai. When you think of Holi the first thing that comes to mind is Gujiya. Gujiya is usually prepared only for the Holi festival. The soft crust of curved gujiya filled with khoya (mawa) and dried fruit and cooked coconut makes an amazing candy.
Dahi bhalle is the most popular chair in North India. It is a special food and the most fun of the hall. The soft dal balls are garnished with frozen yogurt and garnished with green chutney and candy and spices make it ultra delish. The great thing about dahi bhalle is that you can make them in advance and put them in the fridge for later use. They taste better when they cool off cool. Dilli then dahi bhalle must die.
When it comes to celebrate Holi in Stockholm, Anmol sweets comes on top. Anmol sweets most famous indian & Pakistani sweet shop in Stockholm Sweden. Gujiyas are very famous jus like traditional sweets from home. Located at Fagerstagatan 13 163 53 Spånga, Sweden. Fresh made sweets gives you feeling of being in India or Pakistan. You can order online through website anmolsweets.se or call +46 76 917 84 56 for reservations and order.