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SWEETS (Mithai)

A Sweet Journey Through History

The tradition of making Sweets known as “mithai,” in Indian Sub-continent  dates back centuries,

with the art of sweet-making evolving alongside the country's rich history. Historical texts mention

the use of ingredients like jaggery, honey, and fruits to create early versions of sweets. Over time,

the influence of Persian, Mughal, and European cultures further enriched the repertoire of these sweets, giving rise to a vast array of delicacies.

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A Festival of Flavours

Mithais are an integral part of the Asian culinary heritage, reflecting its diverse culture, traditions,

and festive celebrations. From the glittering streets of Lahore to the bustling markets of Mumbai,

the aroma of these delectable treats wafts through the air.

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