Diwali is one of the most significant festivals in India. It is the festival of light that signifies the victory of good over evil and light over darkness. This is also celebrated as a harvest festival that marked the last harvest of the year before winter.
Over the centuries, Diwali has become a national festival, enjoyed by all Indians, regardless of faith. Diwali is also popular all over the world and celebrated in various parts of the world with equal enthusiasm. Different parts of India celebrate Diwali in various ways.
This festival is also well known for its various festive foods, which makes the occasion an unforgettable one.
Yummy India-Krakow is very happy to present some traditional festival food and glimpses of festival ambiance, for those who are not able to participate in the festival in India.
Wishing you all a Diwali, sparkling with joy and glowing with warmth!
Feel free to bring your own alcohol
I was born in East India where food is a celebration. Brought up in a traditional family, I learnt cooking from Mother, Grandmother and other ladies within the family.
Cooking is my passion and I love cooking for people. I’ve lived in various cities in India and spent a significant part of my life in a metropolitan environment. Through this, I’ve had the experience of sharing different cooking styles with other friends from various part of India. I came to Krakow with my husband and one child 9 years ago. Here, I honed my European cuisine cooking skills by sharing and cooking for various international cooking clubs at Krakow. I shortly worked as food advisor to an Indian restaurant in Krakow operated by a Polish acquaintance. My knowledge of cooking has matured over the years and I have adapted the all-Indian menu that I know and love, to the local taste; for getting the best of eating experience from Indian authentic food.