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Famous Desserts from Indian States: Eat it, Greet it or Put Them in Your Wedding Menu

Famous Desserts from Indian States: Eat it, Greet it or Put Them in Your Wedding Menu

I still remember when we were small children, when anyone in the family talked about going to a wedding, we got pleased so much to know that we are going to a wedding. The excitement of going to a wedding felt super awesome, not because we wanted to see the wedding couple while the tasty and savory food we wanted to eat.  Because weddings were the only events where we got so much varieties Famous Desserts form India.

Besides all this, the delicious sweets of which we were so fans and still are. This was or (is) the main reason we went to weddings, and still the reason is the same; we don’t think we need to use “perhaps.” Though now a little bit mature we have become, and little bit we take care of wedding couples now. But still the sweets and food are the main reasons.

Nevertheless, it is the fact we all agree on, but in this blog we are going to talk about varieties of sweets that you can serve in your weddings or any other event. The sweets/desserts are from Individual states of India and those ones are famous and favorite of them. Put them in your wedding food menu or just go to eat in others’ weddings. These are delicious Famous Desserts and lusticious!

Famous Desserts from Some States of India

Andhra Pradesh – Qubani Ka Meetha

Qubani Ka Meetha

Assam – Narikol’  - Nadoo

Narikol’ - Nadoo

Bihar -  Khaja

Indian sweet Dishes  Khaja

Goa – Bebinca

Goa – Bebinca

Gujarat – Basundi

Basundi- Gujrat sweet dish

Check >> Gujarati Dishes for Wedding

West Bengal – Rosogulla

West Bengal – Rosogulla

Also Check >> Bengali Wedding Menu

Uttar Pradesh – Balushahi


Karnataka – Mysore Pak

Mysore Pak

Kerala  - Ilayappam

Ilayappam- Sweet Dish

Madhya Pradesh – Mawa Bati

Mawa Bati

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Maharashta – Modak

Modak sweet dish

Odisha – Chhena Poda

Chhena Poda

Tamil Nadu – Pongal

Tamil Nadu – Pongal

Rajasthan – Ghevar

Ghevar Indian Sweet dish

Check >> Rajasthani Wedding Food Menu

Manipur – Chakhao Kheer

 Chakhao Kheer

Punjab – Pinni

Punjab – Pinni

Haryana – Gond Ke Ladoo

Gond Ke Ladoo

Uttarakhand-  Bal Mithai

Bal Mithai

Also Check >> Latest Food Trends for Wedding

Sikkim – Sael Roti

Sael Roti

Himachal Pradesh – Babroo

Babroo sweet dish

Jammu & Kashmir – Shufta

Jammu & Kashmir – Shufta

Jharkhand – Anarsa


Mizoram – Chhangban Leh Kurtai

Chhangban Leh Kurtai

Arunachal Pradesh – Khapse


Meghalaya – Pukhlein

Meghalaya – Pukhlein
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