25 Traditional Sweets From The City Of Joy

Let the sweetness overpower you!

25 Traditional Sweets From The City Of Joy
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True words, rightly spoken!

Sweet is not only a food for the people of Bengal but it is more of an identity that carries forwards their culture and tradition. That is certainly quite evident from the sweet shops that you find almost in the every corner.

The love for sweets that the Bengalis have makes them explore the distinctive options. The result is some of the tastiest dishes that you will ever come across.

Today we take a food trip to get acquainted with some of the traditional sweet dishes of Bengal.

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1. Lobongo Lotika

1. Lobongo Lotika

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4. Mishti Doi

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5. Pantua

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6. Raj Bhog

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8. Nalen Gurer Payesh

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9. Patishapta

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10. Kancha Golla

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11. Chanar Jeelapi

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12. Kalo Jaam

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13. Darbesh

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14. Joynagarer moa

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15. Shor Bhaja

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16. Nikuti

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17. Mihidana

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19. Sita Bhog

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20. Goja

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21. Kheer Kadam

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22. Sandesh

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23. Chandra Puli

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24. Naru

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25. Mohon Bhog

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