‘Tis the season for gajak goodness!

  • | Saturday | 12th January, 2019

To find the best of these delicacies, patrons head over to Sarvamangal Gajak house for a variety of til laddoos, gud laddoos, gud patti, mungfali gajak and rebdi. But for our guests, we take these roast gajaks as they look good and are conversation starters.”Mawa gajak, roast gajak squaresSarvamangal Gajak HouseChhatri Bagh35 yearsSankrant remains incomplete without til-gud and Lohri without rebdi. The winter festivals that herald the season of harvest for India are one of the much-awaited celebrations for many families. The name has become synonymous with gajak in the city, and come winter, one sees massive crowd flocking to MG road to shop there. Lending a dense, cake-like consistency to the original mix of sesame, jaggery, peanuts and dry fruits, these mawa gajaks are found in Jain Gajak wala’s shop.

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