Gujiya is a lip-smacking sweet dish 

made with an outer crust and an inner filling of khoya and dry fruits.

It is a popular delicacy during the Holi celebrations

This dish is usually made in the shape of a semicircle

with the ends being twisted together.

Gujiya is also a popular gift during Diwali and other festivals in India.

It is a traditional Indian sweet served during the Holi festival.

It is a crisp and flaky pastry filled with a sweet blend of dried fruits, mawa, and coconut. 

It is a symbol of hope, luck, and prosperity.