Rakhi With Dry Fruits
Just as any other festival in India, Raksha Bandhan, or Rakhi as it is popularly known, is also famous for dry fruits being circulated around towns as traditional gifts. Raisins (kishmish), almonds (badam), cashews (kaju), pistachios (pista), and walnuts (akhrot) make up for the popular choices. These dry fruits are not only used it their natural dried form but are also used, sometimes as main ingredient and other times as toppings, in traditional sweets (Mithai) such as barfi, katli, laddu, and many more. However, traditional sweets aren't just the things, for dry fruits are also commonly used in chocolate bars and different types of cakes. See, how many options for you to choose? Those with liking towards the dry fruits in their natural form (without being added to any other eatery) can continue reading to know about what all are markets packed with.
Dry Fruits Baskets
As the festival is about to come, you can find a number of brands coming up with packs of dry fruits baskets, to gratify each buyer's pockets and taste buds. Select any one, or more, to delight your sister or brother.
Individual Packs of Dry Fruits
If the above is convenient enough for you for whatever reasons, then you can also go for individual packs of your favourite dry fruits. Available in different weights, from few grams to packs of one or two kilograms!
Combination Of Dry Fruits
If dry fruit basket is a too big an option and individual pack seems to be too small, then there is also a third option. You can customise the pack of dry fruits by combining different dry fruits of your own choice.
Their Favourite Dry Fruits
If you know your siblings' preference for dry fruits, then simply pick up the very ones that you know your sister or brother would enjoy. The festival would become even more colourful, cheerful, and not to mention - delicious.