India is a home for sweets. the country has various cultures in different parts of the same. The food habit of the people of different cultures are different too. This provides a variety in food thus the sweets.
You can enjoy rasogolla and sandesh in Kolkata, West Bengal but you can find MIshri-mawa only in Jaipur, Rajasthan.
Jalewa of Indore (M.P.) tastes good and for Peda you have to visit Varanasi. Pista lodge in Delhi, the capital of India and Kolhe ka petha from Agra (U.P.), the city of Taj.
Laddu is ever green all over India.
Come and enjoy.
You should publish some recipes for us all to make and enjoy.
That would make an excellent travel brochure xD. It seems interesting that you can only get it in one area, thats like saying you can only by Cake in Town B and Ice Cream in Town C, so where is Town A with Ice Cream Cakes?
It is not the matter that you can get some thing in one place and it will not be in other place but it is a matter of where it is the best.
I have already published a hub on Rasogolla and Sandesh. May I write some more if you feel it tasty.
" Best part" is tasting them. Come to India and enjoy a lunch with me. I will arrange a lot for you.
I'd love to! If I had enough money...
Have a shop where I live in New Zealand that has Indian sweets they are the best sweets I have tasted trouble is I keep tasting them and the colours so exotic.
Indian sweets are going popular everywhere. I had visited two shops in Tokyo last month.
There is a mis-speling. It is gulab jamun. Where did you eat?
It's easily found in NYC in most neighborhoods. Indian restaurants are widespread.
I'm sorry I can not follow you suggestions..,
after my usual 20 samosas, followed by a gallon of kulfi and a few dozen gulab jamun (or as I refer to them, 'honey balls of love'), I find I am too full for dessert
Jyothi, if you post a hub with pictures with all the sweets of India and include some recipes it will be a visual feast and very popular.
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