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    Agra Taj Petha

    Agra Taj Petha 200gm

    Soft, chewy cubes of candied winter melon, straight from the land of Taj Mahal! This fruity, sugary confection is a guaranteed hit with the young and old alike. Treat your guests and loved ones to something extra special with our Agra Taj Pethas.
    $2.83
    Ajmeer Kalakand

    Ajmeer Kalakand 1kg

    Boil milk and reduce it to 1/4 th by simmering it on a low heat. Keep stirring it occasionally in order to prevent it from burning. After done, add Lemon juice mixed in little water to this. Mix well and add Sugar.
    $20.21
    Ajmeer Kalakand

    Ajmeer Kalakand 500g

    Boil milk and reduce it to 1/4 th by simmering it on a low heat. Keep stirring it occasionally in order to prevent it from burning. After done, add Lemon juice mixed in little water to this. Mix well and add Sugar.
    $10.10
    Ariselu (Oil)

    Ariselu (Oil) 1kg

    In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Sankranti is never complete without an overdose of Ariselu. It is a state-wide favorite for other festivals and functions as well. Ancient Indians knew that preparing sweets and other dishes from freshly-harvested rice was bad for the health because of its moisture content. So they improvised and came up with an ingenious way of preparing Ariselu, which is still how it is prepared today.
    $17.11
    Ariselu (Oil)

    Ariselu (Oil) 250g

    In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Sankranti is never complete without an overdose of Ariselu. It is a state-wide favorite for other festivals and functions as well. Ancient Indians knew that preparing sweets and other dishes from freshly-harvested rice was bad for the health because of its moisture content. So they improvised and came up with an ingenious way of preparing Ariselu, which is still how it is prepared today.
    $4.28
    Ariselu (Oil)

    Ariselu (Oil) 500g

    In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Sankranti is never complete without an overdose of Ariselu. It is a state-wide favorite for other festivals and functions as well. Ancient Indians knew that preparing sweets and other dishes from freshly-harvested rice was bad for the health because of its moisture content. So they improvised and came up with an ingenious way of preparing Ariselu, which is still how it is prepared today.
    $8.55