An important part in the Diwali celebration is the exchange of various delicious sweets. Special sweets are made at home and distributed to friends and relatives on this occasion. While most Diwali sweets are rather easy to prepare, they are time consuming. That is why the sweets shops do a rearing business during this time. The sweets shops during this time is packed with varied sweet dishes like kaju burfi, kalakand, milkcakes, gulab jamuns, saon papdi, sandesh etc. These sweets are also available in attractive packaging like sweets on a plate or a thali or a tray or in a beautifully decorated sweet box. Gifting sweet is a tradition that has been followed since a long period of time. Diwali sweets are used for gifting purpose as well as for the people who come visiting on the occasion of Diwali. The mouthwatering delicacies of Diwali sweets in beautiful packages are something that’s eagerly awaited. Just check how the sweets are beautifully packed and presented on Diwali. I am sure getting one of these sweets as a gift will surely make your diwali filled with sweet memories.