Faral, where households usually prepare or arrange thalis or specialty dishes and circulate these amongst close friends and relatives as a sign of goodwill. What sets this custom apart? Is that it is practiced by households of almost every sect and religion, unlike some religion-specific rituals related to Diwali?
Different types of faral is made in different households. The highlights of the faral are various types of ladoos, the crescent-shaped karanjis, flaky ghee-soaked shankarpale, crunchy chivda, hot chaklis, sweet, flaky chirote dusted with icing sugar.
The idea of faral is to store an assortment of snacks with longer shelf life, which could then be distributed to neighbors or guests who visit during Diwali. Most of these snacks are popular all through the year, but during Diwali, they are made all at once in huge amounts to devour at any given instant.
Diwali being the auspicious occasion, Diwali faral always plays an important role in our enjoyment. And that's why here I had some of an important significance of faral in Diwali and most popular items.
However, if you don't know how to make it or are beginners in this, you can still taste all these.
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