Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi is a popular, traditionally Hindu festival that is celebrated around the world. Rakhi is an Indian festival which is celebrated between brother and sister. Rakhi is the symbol of love and duty between brother and sister. It is the festival that celebrates a brother-sister relationship.

On this auspicious day sisters of all ages tie a talisman, or amulet, called the Rakhi , around the wrists of their brothers, symbolically protecting them, receiving a gift in return, and traditionally investing the brothers with a share of the responsibility of their potential care .

An entire Rakhi Thali is prepared by sisters. Once the aarti is done, usually with the help of the Rakhi thali, the sister ties a Rakhi on her brother’s wrist. She applies a tilak too on his forehead. Finally, the sister then feeds the brother, with her hands, different types of sweets and dry fruits.

Since we are talking about sweets? This year, because of the coronavirus and lock down all sweet shops, are closed. But don’t worry I have a solution to your problems. Here I am posting some of the sweets recipes that I had made at my home. Hope you all will like it.

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Coconut Ladoo – This is one of the easiest sweets that one can make. It takes only 10 minutes. So, if you forget to make sweets earlier than this the perfect sweet recipe for you all.
Granola Bar- If you want to eat something Healthy in the sweet. Hers is a simple, soft and chewy granola bars recipe that’s delicious. They taste great and are incredibly easy to make.
Sugar-Free Figs, Dates & Nuts Burfi– Worry about Sugar? Keep your all worries away It’s a sugar-free sweet because the sweetness in Dates and dried Figs are all-natural, it does not come from added sugar. So Enjoy eating this sweet and become elated.
Khajur Roll – One more sweet to your taste buds. It is Sweetened rolls loaded with dates and dry fruits. Best thing about this desert / sweet dish is that there is no sugar in this, yes you read it correct “No Sugar” sweet dish.
Rosgulla – Rasgulla  is a famous Bengali sweet made from milk .It is chenna based sweet which is known for its spongy and juicy texture. This is also one of my favorite dessert. So give it a try and you all will love it.

Many More Sweets to try…