Bhai Dooj is one of the main Hindu festivals celebrated with great fervour and joy. Brothers and sisters eagerly wait for this special day which is completely dedicated to the strong bond of love and affection between them. After performing the rituals, sisters offer a variety of sweets to their brothers as a token of love, filling their life full of sweetness. On this day, they exchange gifts and, along with the exciting gifts, they also give different types of sweets, wrapped in colourful paper which looks very attractive and tempting, to each other. Go for the sweets which your sister or brother likes the most. This will surely be relished by him/her in a very special manner. Below are mentioned the popular sweets that are sold all over India. Choose from the delectable variety and we will deliver the same to your loving sibling's doorstep.
Kaju Barfi is one of the famous Indian sweets, and is suitable for every occasion. It is prepared from cashew nuts, cardamom powder, sugar and ghee. To beautify, edible silver foil is put on the barfis. This sweet is quite expensive but is one of the best sweets to gift and can be stored for a long time.
This is another sweet which is send on the occasion of Bhai Dooj to brothers and sisters. It can be stored for a long duration of time and is made of gram flour, sugar, flour, ghee, milk, and cardamom. Beautified, using dry fruits, Soan Papdi is crispy and flaky and is very much relished by young and adults alike.
When talking about sweets to gift on a festive occasion, Gulab Jamun are a must, even if it means you gifting two different boxes of sweets. Reason, you ask for? Well, a sweet like Gulab jamun doesn't need one; it just needs to be relished and is best enjoyed hot. This sweet is prepared from milk solids and sugar syrup, with the flavour of cardamom seeds and rose water.
Mewa Pinni (Dry Fruits Sweet)
Mewa Pinni is another most preferred sweet for the occasion of Bhai Dooj. This too can be stored for a long time. This sweet is made up of different types of dry fruits, pure ghee, and sugar. To decorate it, grated dry fruits are put on the upper layer of the sweet.
Chocolate Barfi is one of those gifts that combine the traditional Indian taste for sweets with the exquisite taste of chocolate. It is a double layered sweet which is made up of milk powder, chocolate powder, cream sugar, cream and cocoa powder. It looks very tempting and is relished with great sense of pleasure.
This sweet is made from pistachios, starch, sugar and ghee. It is also one of the most preferred and expensive sweets which are send on the occasion of Bhai Dooj to the siblings. However, it can also be stored for a time period of 4-5 days.
Chandrakala is one of the most delicious traditional sweets, prepared from refined wheat flour. Its filling is made up of processed khoya, grated dry fruits and sugar syrup with saffron dipped in it. It is also a mouth watering sweet and can be sent to your siblings in any part of the world without second thought.