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Kick-start Holi festivities with delicious gujiyas from THESE 7 places in Lucknow!

Read on to navigate through a string of stores that will win you the right contentment this Holi.

'Tis the Holi season and our hearts have already started craving for festive munchies. Amid the fun, frolic and fervour that marks the Festival of Colours, what's truly synonymous with its sundry shades is our favourite gujiya. So when in Lucknow, you can find an astounding range of this delish preparation and we are sure, you are bound to be perplexed over which ones to nibble first. So if you wish to glance through the gaiety and grandeur of how Lucknow celebrates its Holi, you have to check out the royal and rustic gujiyas at these 7 places in the city!

Raj Luxmi

In contemporary times, we are always looking for variations that fuse authenticity with creativity. Especially when it is our favourite festival Holi, similar cravings only get amplified! Covering all your desires, Raj Luxmi has launched a delish range of options including Pan Gujiya and Wafer Crust Gujiya, among others. The crunchy-crispy exteriors wrapping up surprises of scrumptious fillings will surely satiate your hankerings this Holi!

Ritzz Mithai Vatika

Serving the city folks since 1976, Ritzz Continental Corner has made a significant mark in Lucknow's culinary landscape. Prepared using traditional styles, gujiyas offered by Ritzz Mithai Vatika are assuredly unmatched, promising best-suited contentment! In the list of impeccable varieties across the city, the ones presented by Ritzz secure the top spots excelling in taste and quality. Wishing to devour the most genuine flavours? You have to order your box from here!

Akanksha Masala Mathri Kendra

If you are a sucker for homely taste, you simply can't miss gujiyas from Akanksha. A top brand in the city for spices, pickles, mathri and other snacks, the gujiyas here are made by women working in this NGO. Amalgamating the best of taste and quality, this shop delivers home-styled gujiyas laden with the flavours of desi ghee- simple yet elegant. So if you don't have time to make gujiyas at home ahead of Holi, then you know where to order from!

Neelkanth Sweets

Amongst the inhabitants of the newly urbanised locales in the city, Neelkanth is a name that is placed at the top spots. For its Holi layout this year, the shop is offering gujiya options like Irani Pista, Afghani Anjeer, Ajwa Khajoor and others, which ought to revamp the taste of this domestic delicacy as per the global trends! Check out their menu and we are sure the names of the servings would ignite all your cravings.

Alpahaar Gharelu Mahila Udyog

Be it the most uncommon or any special taste, we would still crave for what comes with a motherly appeal. Blending such love and affection, Alpahaar offers gujiyas that are unbeatable in many ways! Scaling up its Holi productions, the brand has introduced delish varieties of gujiyas including the ones prepared using jaggery and dry fruits. High on taste and low on rates, the servings of this store definitely deserves your attention!


A talk about sweets in Lucknow cannot skip the magic that Madhurima weaves. Keeping up to its name, this grand old shop has crafted a customised Holi menu that sparkles with attractive sweets and savouries. Amongst the highlights, the exotic and exquisite varieties of gujiya make for absolute palate pleasers. Additionally, you can also check out the gift-boxes and hampers to treat your loved ones!

Moti Mahal

If you speak of old favourites in Lucknow, Moti Mahal has to be a part of it. Guaranteeing you a truly happy Holi this year, the store has brought out varied choices ranging from sugar-free gujiyas to sugar-loaded ones soaked in syrup, which cater to a myriad of cravings. If you happen to order from this place, you should also check out their Ghewar Jalabi and Shindhi Samosa specifically designed for Holi.

Knock Knock

Though the pandemic fear still lingers on, our excitement for the upcoming festival remains to be heightened. Even though we cannot celebrate Holi in all its glory like previous years, we can still have a good time with our favourite grubs, the highlight being gujiyas. So if these visual delights have already accentuated your olfactory and gustatory senses, you know where you need to navigate for getting a bag full of gujiyas!

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