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The fifth month of the Hindu calendar – Shravan or Saavan – is known for many reasons – one of course is the joy of pleasant monsoon showers that the time of the year brings with it. It is also an important time for the worship of Lord Shiva, and some of the most-awaited festivals that fall in this holy month – Raksha Bandhan, Janmashtami, Nag Panchami, and Teej being the primary ones.
All these festivals are incomplete without the hugely popular Ghevar. In fact the month of saavan is not whole without this scrumptious delight that fills the mouth with its subtly sweet taste and its delicate and delicious flavour. This one-of-its-kind sweet has its roots in the capital of Rajasthan – Jaipur. However, its exclusive and exceptional taste has gripped one and all and the adjoining states of Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, and other states especially in North India. Most of us cannot stay away from the pleasurable flavour of this absolutely unique delicacy.
The disc-shaped seasonal mithai with raised edges is mostly made in January around the festival of Makar Sankranti, March-April for Gangaur, and August for Raksha Bandhan and Teej. The whiff of this celebrated sweet indeed indicates the onset of some Indian festival or the other, bringing a sense of festivity and good vibes with it. A Rajasthani staple during Teej and Gangaur, this rich Indian sweet is made of all-purpose-flour made into a round shape which is extremely porous. After the base is prepared, it is soaked in sugar syrup to make it sweet and sumptuous. Those who are conscious of their sugar intake usually opt for eating it without the sugar syrup. It is available in many different varieties – plain for the ones who like it simple and classic, malai for those who believe in indulging in good taste, mawa for the ones who love to pamper themselves and others with rich flavours, and even feeka or sugar free for those who are either diabetic or keeping a watch on their weight. Whatever the variety, this traditional festive sweet is mostly flavoured with cardamom, saffron, or both and garnished with some finely chopped almonds or pistachios or both – finally embellished with a fine layer of edible silver foil – adding to its rich essence, look, and appeal all the more.
This succulent, flaky, and crisp yet soft Indian sweet is sure to sweep you off your feet. It is a popular sweet during Rakhi Purnima celebrations, as along with that beautiful thread of love in the puja thali, some ghevar is a must too. This festive Indian mithai is considered an important part of this and other festivals that fall in the months it is made in. However, if you are an ardent ghevar fan and crave for it more than others – festival or not – you can get the best of this and other traditional Indian sweets only on Salebhai. Rest assured, you will be spoilt for sure by the variety of ghevar available on our website and keep coming back for more and more.
Celebrate the special moments of life with this special sweet and make regular moments into special ones with this exclusive mithai brought to you by SaleBhai – from the most authentic makers of ghevar from Rajasthan and other states it is famous in. Celebrate special occasions this year with some delicious ghevar from the most trusted sources who still make the sweet using the age-old recipe loaded with lots of good wishes for the festival season. You can contribute to the festivities of Teej too by surprising your loved ones with a pack of fresh and fragrant ghevar especially for the ladies of the house who observe a fast on that day.
In Rajasthan, ghevar is made in many households as it is a staple sweet – one that Rajasthanis cannot live without for long. Every special occasion here is celebrated with generous offering or gifting of some or the other variety of this Indian sweet. You can also buy the most authentic Indian sweets online so that you are not deprived anything that deserves to be indulged in wholeheartedly. This traditional mithai makes its way to the stomachs and hearts of those who are not so fond of sweets. That is because ghevar is light and has a porous texture. On normal days however, the plain version lightly garnished with dry fruits is most preferred as the malai and mawa varieties may get too heavy for regular consumption.
If a trip to Rajasthan is on the cards, do not forget to indulge in the pride of this region – the delectable ghevar or ghewar. This sweet is appreciated by all age groups alike. SaleBhai offers some of the most delicious varieties such as Shah Motiram Ghebar (Ghewar), Jodhpur Sweets Ghevar, and Gangaram Amarchand Halwai Ghewar (Sweet). Diabetics or those who are calorie-conscious may also get to relish this speciality as it’s available in a sugar-free avatar too. Order Gangaram Amarchand Halwai Ghewar (Feeka) and enjoy taste as well as good health. Gangaram Amarchand Halwai, Ajmer has maintained the rich and authentic taste of original ghevar for a long time. The 115 year-old sweet house has set a benchmark of good standard and quality and live up to it come what may. SaleBhai brings ghevar from such reliable sources all way to your doorstep – fresh and pure with love and care also and lots of good wishes for the approaching festivals. You are now just a few clicks away from savouring your favourite variety of ghevar delivered to you within the comforts of your home from traditional and century-old sweet-makers across the country.
With many Indian festivals approaching, the most mouth-watering ghevar just a click of a finger away, and with your heart wanting to dive into this delectable sweet right away, you have no reason to wait anymore. Bring home this irresistible treat and discover deliciousness in all its glory.