Delicious Varieties of Laddus for Indian Festivals & Get-togethers: A Guide to Friends & Family Bonding
The Significance of Laddus in Indian Festivals & Get-togethers
Experience the true essence of Indian festivals with Wow Laddus, where we celebrate the beauty of these joyous occasions by offering a variety of laddus/ladoos as the topmost Indian cultural sweet binding people across all cultures (togetherness).
Laddus have long been an integral part of Indian culture, serving as a symbol that bonds our entire cultural fabric together. These delectable treats are savored by one and all, bringing people closer during festive celebrations.
The tradition of sharing laddus together with friends & families further emphasizes their significance. The taste and aroma of laddus add and enhance the touch of sweetness to the experience of deep social connection.
Explore our varieties of Healthy Laddus
|Dry Fruits Supreme Laddus Box (12 pieces)|
|Wow Laddus Quartet (4 types in 1 box- 12 pieces)|
|Wow Duet ( 12 pieces, 6 each of 2 types of laddus)|
|Golden Grain Laddus Box (12 pieces)|
In addition to being delicious treats, laddus (Ladoos) also hold cultural importance by reflecting the diversity of Indian cuisine. There are various types of laddus available online at WOW LADDUS, each with its unique flavors and ingredients.
|Golden Grain laddus:||Gold standard whole wheat in a duet with gloriously crunchy and rich nuts.|
Nuts Opus laddus:
|A delicious overload of awesomeness with an exquisite blend of the crunchiest richest nuts.|
Seed Nouvelle laddus:
|Endlessly entertaining seeds like sesame, poppy, melon and cucumber, in a tango with badam and cashew.|
Dry Fruit Supreme laddus:
|Bursting with rich dry fruits and nuts, a feast in every bite.|
Celebrating the spirit of Indian festivals with our mouthwatering range of laddus/ladoos.
||Ganesh Chaturthi celebrates the birth of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed deity of wisdom and prosperity, with colorful processions and elaborate idols installed in homes and public places, symbolizing the welcoming of blessings into one's life. Just like us, even Ganapati Bappa loves and cherishes Ladoos (Laddus). During Ganesh Chaturthi, these special sweets are offered in a Sweets Box, delighting the nearest and dearest with their divine taste and auspiciousness.|
|Also known as the Festival of Lights, Diwali, marks the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. As Diwali illuminates homes across the nation, we bring you the finest selection of laddus that are sure to enhance your bonding with friends & families. These mouthwatering delights serve as the perfect sweetsbox for Diwali gifting & servings, adding an extra touch of sweetness to this auspicious occasion.|
||Rakhi is a festival celebrating the bond between brothers and sisters, where sisters tie a sacred thread (rakhi) on their brothers' wrists, and brothers promise to protect their sisters, exchanging gifts as a token of love. The celebration of Raksha Bandhan is a joyful occasion. One could consider hosting a themed party for Raksha Bandhan. where communities can exchange cards, give flowers, or small presents, sweets box and special sweets for Raksha Bandhan to family and friends.|
Durga Pooja/ Dussehra
|Durga Puja is a major Hindu festival dedicated to the goddess Durga, with elaborate pandal decorations, cultural performances, and the immersion of Durga idols, symbolizing her victory over evil. Durga Puja is widely celebrated as one of the largest festivals among the Indian communities. In addition to the festivities, the festival encourages friends ad families to come together. During this time, people gather to celebrate and promote unity and the spirit of humanity, fostering connections.|
|Janmashtami observes the birth of Lord Krishna, with devotees fasting, singing bhajans, and reenacting scenes from Krishna's life, culminating in the breaking of Dahi Handi (curd pot) where people come together, while the 'Gopalas' try to make human pyramind to break the handi, symbolizing the mischievous nature of Lord Krishna. People celebrate the occasion by bonding over the varieties of special sweets for Janmashtami that were dear to Lord Krishna one of them being the infamous laddus/ladoos.|
|Holi, the Festival of Colors, is celebrated with enthusiasm as people playfully throw colored powders and water at each other, symbolizing the triumph of love and the arrival of spring. During Holi, after participating in the color fight, it is traditional to visit loved ones in the evening. Families and friends gather together to greet each other and devour the large meals along with special sweets for Holi to spread the joy.|
|Onam is a harvest festival celebrated in Kerala, featuring colorful flower rangoli, boat races, and the grand Onam Sadya, a vegetarian feast served on banana leaves. Regardless of one's social status or ideology, people from different backgrounds are brought together in this celebration to epitomize the sense of unity and foster the bond between each other|
|Baisakhi marks the Sikh New Year and the harvest festival in northern India, with vibrant processions, traditional dances like Bhangra, and community feasts. The Sikhs celebrate Baisakhi by bathing in the holy river and visiting the Gurudwaras, where they take part in the prayers held during the day. Baisakhi gets everyone into the festive mood, and people like to dance their heart out. This is followed by a special guru-ka-langur or community lunch at the Gurudwaras where the community bonds are fostered.|
|Makar Sankranti is a festival of harvest and marks the transition of the sun into the Capricorn zodiac sign, with kite flying and traditional foods made from newly harvested crops. The same day is when Lohri in Punjab and Haryana, Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Uttarayan in Gujarat, Magh Bihu in Assam is also celebrated. During this time, each state in India celebrates its own unique harvest festival, reflecting the country's togetherness beyond diverse traditions. On this day people come together and savor many varieties of ladoos made of jaggery and sesame seeds and share the halwa, a special sweet made for the occasion.|
|Nag Panchami is a Hindu festival dedicated to the worship of snakes, with offerings of milk and prayers made to snake deities for protection against snakebites.|
Whether it's Diwali, Raksha Bandhan, Janmashtami or any other Indian festival, we ensure that our laddus are the best choice for your friends & families. Our dedication to providing the finest quality laddus(ladoos) makes us the go-to destination for those seeking traditional Indian sweets.
At Wow Laddus, we understand that these festivals hold great significance in Indian culture. Therefore, we take pride in crafting laddus that not only satisfy your taste buds but also honor the rich traditions and customs associated with each festivity that can promote togetherness within your friends and families.
So come join us in celebrating the spirit of Indian festivals with our mouthwatering range of laddus/ladoos. Experience the joy they bring and create lasting memories with your loved ones as you indulge in these delightful treats from Wow Laddus - where tradition meets taste and where bonds are fostered!