Going past an Indian sweet shop do you often wonder what all those many kind sweets are? How they are made or what are their ingredients?

We’ve decided to put a guide together to help you find out more about these delicious sweet delights from India.

Indian sweets are collectively called Mithai which is derived from the word mitha which means sweet. There are many varieties of specific types of Indian sweets which are usually a derivative of the original recipe for the sweet.

Let’s look at the most common types of Mithai that people consume especially at special occasions like weddings, parties and functions, and festivals like Diwali, Eid and others .

Besan Laddu 1/Kg



Chandra Kala 1/ KG

Chandrakala is a dessert from Bihar, similar to gujia. The outer covering is made of flour and the..


Cream Chena 1 / Kg



Ghevar 1 / KG



Kaju Gajak 1/kg



Kaju Katlee 1/KG



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