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Tikka is the Hindi(Indian) word for the mark put by wives on the foreheads of their husbands before they leave home for an auspicious job/event/on a festival. Likewise, on the festival of Raksha Bhandan, sisters put a tikka or red mark on the forehead of their brother mixed with few grains of uncooked white rice, and then respect him with an aarti, feed him sweets and offer him flowers. The brother takes blessings from his sister if she is older and showers her with hugs and gifts if she is younger. This year for this lovely festival, I ran out of tikka colour. Usually, I buy it from the shop that sells the festival items, but this year I made the colour at home and it is cheaper and more fun doing this:) Enjoy!
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Serving Size: 1 (8 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1