The famous Gajar ka Halwa is the go-to dessert during the winter in every household.
This traditional winter dish in India is incomplete without a dollop of white butter on top.
It has certain variants- the Nepalese Thukpa is spicy whereas some preparations are subtle with a dash of garam masala.
Served at the end of the meal, the Gushtaba is extremely rich, heavy and perfect for the winters!
Undhiyu is a dish that takes hours to make but the effort that goes into the making of it definitely pays off at the end.
Rabdi makes for an all-time favourite Indian dessert and Sakarkand or sweet potato rabdi is a winter speciality.
Date Palm Jaggery is found only in winters and is a blessing for Bengali sweet-lovers.
The Ladoo can keep you warm since it is said to be super heaty, thus heating your insides.
Beetroot Thora, is a South Indian winter speciality packed with a whole lot of nutrition and flavour.
Nihari is a dish cooked with beef, mutton or chicken and is a soup curry usually consumed for breakfast.
Rogan Josh is a perfect mouth-melting mutton preparation.
Lapsi is a breakfast sweet consumed especially in Gujarat and parts of Rajasthan.
Til pitha is an Assamese sweet dish. It's a kind of pancake stuffed with sesame seeds and jaggery.
Carrots are stir-fried with a whole lot of spices mixed with some chilly paste, cumin seeds, and freshly grated coconut.
The Indian nutritious bar of nuts and jaggery is a perfect crispy dessert.