Date: 2019-10-25 18:05:53
Crackers like rockets and "Sutli bombs", Cash notes, playing cards are the most favorite thing for every one of us during Diwali.
No, we aren't up for any Diwali games or neither have we wanted to burst crackers for now. Actually, these are the new Diwali sweets which are selling in the Indian market this Diwali season.
Sweet shops, bakers, and private entrepreneurs have introduced a new range of low calorie designer snacks and sweets which are too tempting to attract the customers. These edible crackers are a favourite with the children and are hot selling sweets for now.
The sutli bombs cost Rs.85/piece and the phuljhadi costs Rs.40/piece. Many other shops have also come up with cookies that look like counters that are used in casinos and poker chips.
These edible crackers are used in corporate offices as a corporate gift for employees.
The bakeries also have the whole range of sweets which are made with less sugar like sugar free chocolates. The packaging of Phuljharis and rockets are being packed in designer bottles while cookies are being packed in stained glass jars.
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