Festive Delights

August marks the end of monsoons and the start of festivities across India.

Find out how much you know about Festival food from different communities of India

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"Sargi" is sumptuous food associated with which festival?
Kheer is a favourite come festival times across India. Every region has a different name for it, which among these is not another name for Kheer?
Perad a popular Christmas dessert in Goa having a fudge like texture, is another dish that was brought to Goa by the Portuguese is also known as?
Onam Sadhya is a feast comprising of around 26 dishes. Which of the following would you not find in a traditional Sadhya?
Pongal is a Tamil harvest festival but most of us know it as a comfort food. What is the main ingredient in Pongal?
Considered as temple food in South India and a must during all the festivals also known loosely as tamarind rice. Which dish are we talking about?
Ganesh Chaturthi is time for some great steamed delicacies like Modak. Similar to Modak steamed rice balls are offered as naivedyam or prasadam to Lord Ganesha in Andhra Pradesh /Telangana. What are they called?
One common custom across India on auspicious days is Vrat. Even though it is supposed to be a fast, there are some delicious dishes that you can have even during Vrat. Which of these can you "not" have during Vrat?
Which of the following is a custom during Bakri Id?
A favourite in many festivals like Navratri, Ganesh Chaturthi etc, which of these dishes is traditionally made from chickpeas and coconut

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