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Why do we eat sweets during Diwali?
Mithai is the traditional name for Indian sweets. Sweets are considered pure and an offering to the gods, according to an old tradition. Sweets are a little gesture of welcoming individuals, family, and friends into the festival's delight. At every celebration, but especially at Diwali, a diverse selection of flavours and kinds is a requirement. There are hundreds of different types of laddoo, barfi, besan, gulab jamun, petha, halwa, and other desserts. Gujjia, Gulab jamun, Coconut barfi, besan or flour laddoos, and other unique Diwali Mithais include Gujjia, Gulab jamun, Coconut barfi, besan or flour laddoos, etc.