Keeping The Indian Tradition Of Gifting Sweets Alive

For time immemorial, gifting sweets to your loved ones or celebrating happiness by distributing sweets is a common habit in India.  Sweets is a pop up idea for any occasion, be it a first time or a long time visit to your relatives, celebrating happiness of your loved ones, Pujas, Diwali or anything under the sun.

Mithais and sweets are integral to the festival. Every house welcome its visitors with sweets on that day. Gift packs of sweets or sweet hampers are distributed among neighbours, corporate offices, workers in factories, friends, loved ones and expected or unexpected guests at home. Companies gift mithais to their employees, parents send mithais to her married daughters house, elders buy sweets for the younger ones and so on.

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With busy schedule and shortage of exclusive sweets in the retail shops, people are forgetting the culture of sweets. Buy Sweets Online are exchanged with foreign chocolates or flowers. But now you can preserve the culture by finding and ordering indian sweets online. Keeping the busy schedule in mind some of the sites, deliver the order requirements straight at your doorstep or the given address. This is a good way of gifting sweets keeping the Indian culture alive to people who stay abroad or if your loved ones are far away from you.

Another advantage of buying sweets online is the availability of a gigantic collection of sweets specialized from different parts of India. The sweet list in Indian culture is never ending. Gifting sweets according to the region can be an added happiness when you are gifting to your loved ones. Some of the list which will help you choose are:

North India – Petha, Balushahi, gajar ka halwa, Motichoor laddu, Imarti, Kalakand, Kheer, Sohan Papdi/Pateesa, Boondi, Sohan Halwa, Singori and the list goes on.

East India – Chhena gaja, Chhena jalebi, Chhena kheeri, Chhena payesh, Chhena poda, Cham cham, Jal-bhora, Komolabhog, Ledikeni, Lyangcha, Malapua (dessert), Sitabhog, Shor puria, Shor bhaja, Sandesh, (several types), Ras malai, Raskadamba, Rasgulla, Rasabali, Rajbhog, Rabri, Pranohora, Pithe, Pati shapta, Pantua, Narkeler naru, Misti doi and much more availability of bengali sweets online.

South India – Kozhakkattai, Kajjikaayalu, Kakinada Khaja, Jaangiri, Gavvalu, Dharwad pedha, Coconut burfi, Bandar laddu, Ariselu, Kozhikode Halwa, Adhirasam and many more.

West India – Coconut cake(Naralachi wadi), Chirote, Adadiyu, Karanji, Shikran, Aamras, Sudha ras, Dinkache ladoo, Puran Poli, Modak, Kaju Katli, Doodhpak, Dhondas, Gavhachi Kheer/ Dalia Kheer, Basundi, Shrikhand, Anarsa and the like.

Pan India – Peda, Laddoo, Kheer, Halva, Caramel custard and  Barfi

With all the kinds of variety of sweets available online at affordable price why would you go helter-skelter to the retail stores, just Bengali Sweets Online with your comfort.

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