Holi is the ‘festival of colours’. The festival of Holi, on 23rd March 2016, marks the arrival of spring season.
Mythologically, a bonfire is lit on the eve of Holi, signifying the ‘Holika Dahan’ and that’s when the celebrations begin.
We play with the colours to mark the advent of colourful spring. Holi is time to enjoy with our family and friends and relish the traditional mouth-watering delicacies made at home.
The most celebrated festival of India which has an ample number of dedicated Bollywood Holi songs.
Overall, Holi is a mischievous festival with lots of playful moments. The Maharashtrians mainly prefer puran poli with Katachi amti on this occasion.
You may also add basundi and many snacks recipes like kachori, on your ‘celebration platter’
Enjoy fun and frolic of Holi with the below Maharashtrian recipes for Holi!
Wishing you and your near-dear ones and Happy and Safe Holi!
If You are looking for more Maharashtrian Recipes please check Stuff green peas and onion puri, Bhakarwadi, Besan Kanda Kachori and many more