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Holi Hai! Cherish the Spirit with Thandai and Sharbat

This season greet your friends with delicious foods and thandai and revive the spirit of the festival. Holi as symbolizes the colours, drinks music, dance, water party and of course the bhang.

 
 
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PRLog - March 11, 2014 - KOLKATA, India -- What can be more ravishing than to enjoy cool drinks in this Holi with the pinch of desi tadka sprinkled all over the ambience? Yes, in this Holi get ready for getting yourself drenched to the colours of the festival with the vibrant bhang! Sancheti Exports bring for you the unique way for celebrating the festival of colours with wide range of thandai and sharbat!

Sancheti Exports is India’s leading FMCG Company operating in market since a long time with grace and fame. It is their products that have made a household name to us from our childhood days. Now, with the rang barse season on groove, the company has decided to launch its exotic collections of thandai in this Holi.

This season greet your friends with delicious foods and thandai and revive the spirit of the festival. Holi as symbolizes the colours, drinks music, dance, water party and of course the bhang. Now, with kesariya and badam thandai bhang is all set to taste different. Try it out this time and make best of it.

Thandai, most commonly known as "Sardai", is a cold drink prepared with a mixture of almonds, fennel seeds, magaztari seeds (watermelon kernel), rose petals, pepper, vetiver seeds, cardamom, saffron, milk and sugar. This drink is common in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan - mostly in Peshawar. It is native to India and is often associated with the Maha Shivaratri and Holi festival.

Traditionally, Holi fare has to be either cooling or energizing. As the festival marks the onset of summer, the food doled out during this period focuses on flavors that helps one sustain the sun-soaked days.

Take for instance mawa or lentil-stuffed gujiyas and puran polis that farmers chomped on the fields for their instant energy. Similarly, thandai and sharbat was gulped down by peasants because the fennel-fragrant concoction had a natural cooling effect on the body.

For more details please visit at http://www.sanchetiexports.com/

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Last Updated:Mar 11, 2014
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