Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Happy Diwali


~ Happy Diwali ~

Hope the festival of light enlightens your home
and heart with peace and prosperity .
A very Happy Diwali to all !!!!


Diwali is certainly the biggest and brightest of all Indian festivals.
It symbolises the triumph of the good over evil . This festival of
lights is marked by five days of celebration. Clay lamps , gifts,
Sweets n savories ,holy chants , colorful rangolis n fireworks are
an integral part of the festival bringing with it enthusiasm,
merriment , enjoyment , happiness n loads of excitement .
My edible creations to mark the festivities .......


The Rangoli

Cashews, mini swiss rolls , crunchy snack loops



Diya (Clay lamp ) Sandwich

Brown bread, cottage cheese, finely chopped carrot n
capsicum, tomato sauce , cucumber n mustard sauce
.



Cracker Lanterns ( Traditional kandils )

Krackjack buiscuits /Graham crackers , julienned cucumber
tomato sauce .


Edible Fireworks - Rockets

For The fireworks rocket - Oblong bread rolls & tomato/ cottage
cheese/ cucumber triangles on a skewer .
Spinach murukku/chakli and mini swiss rolls (fireworks spirals)



Edible Fireworks - Fountain ( Anaar)

Triangle shaped snacks ( Bingo Mad Angles ), Tomato sauce



Edible Fireworks - Spirals ( Charkhi )

Spinach murukku / chaklis



Warm Wishes to all from
LITTLE FOOD JUNCTION



21 comments:

  1. amazing work Smita!! really hats off to your creativity!!

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  2. Find more Rangoli in my recipe blog search:
    HERE

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  3. amazing, mindblowing,superb ;).... i really liked all the work... gr8888.... keep it up.

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  4. Hey Smita :) Thanks for visiting the blog. This is wonderful stuff. I love the Kandils :D

    Which also reminds me that I need to update my own blog with this Diwali's updates at least

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  5. omg... this is amazinglyyyyyyyyyy good.....
    just cant imagine anyone can think and do all this...
    no words to express!!

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  6. Lovely food for Diwali1 may the Light of Diwali shine forever in everybody kitchens and hearts! :-)

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  7. Lovely creations! My kids would love for you to come visit...hee hee!

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  8. Thanks to all , for visiting my blog n putting in your lovely comments.
    - Smita @ LFJ

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  9. wow, vry creative..was looking for some Diwali fun recipes and stumbled upon ur blog. Happy Diwali!
    Do visit my blog: http://thasneen.com/cooking/

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  10. One diwali which I would love to eat.. Good to know that there are still people who would create rather than steal. cool one.. happy diwali y'all..

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  11. Spinach chakri sound amazing! I've never tried that combination before! x

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  12. Very Nice Creations. I loved Rockets. Visit my blog and leave your comments. http://www.tekicookbook.blogspot.com/

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  13. Beautiful creation.loved it.Happy diwali.Do visit my blog when u find time

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  14. A v happy diwali to all .........
    Thanks for ur valuable comments n encouragement friends !!!!
    I will surely visit ur blogs Thas n Sudha .. once the festivities r over .


    Warm regards
    Smita @LFJ

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  15. hi Smita
    I visit food blogs regularly (mainly to look at how creative people get with pictures) and very rarely I comment.
    Your creations are mind blowing to say the least. I have no creativity at all. But I certainly can enjoy if someone else is creative and I truly enjoy your blog though only first time in yours.
    G

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  16. Thanks for stopping by my blog n writing such lovely comments .
    Dear Anonymous - Creativity is something that exists with everyone
    its jus that sometimes we underestimate ours while looking at others creations .....
    U enjoy creative works & photography which indicates that its present with u too !!!!

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  17. dear mami wonderful,amazing,creative site. ask all the moms who r in ur reach 2 hav a luk at ur blog. kids will like d food items if they get dem 2 eat. i'l ask my frnds 2 hav a luk at ur blog. im sure they will like it. REALLY CREATIVE!
    luv ashi
    3/105 kirti aptts. mayur vihar

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  18. Thanks for visiting n putting in ur lovely comments Aarushi !!

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  19. Lovely creations Smita as always. I have linked to this post in my post Diwali Craft ideas with full credit to you. Here is the link: http://whatscookingmom.in/diwali-craft-ideas/
    Thanks for this amazing post.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words n link up Nidhi !!

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  20. luv to follow you here...beautiful collection of recipes....

    Anu
    Anu's Healthy Kitchen

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