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We treat our consumers as kings & queens and provide them with the best Mysore pak made out of love! Mysore Pak also called the royal sweet of Mysore is a sweet that readily melts in your mouth. Prepared with the mixture of Pure Ghee, Sugar and Gram flour it gives your taste buds a sense of pleasure leaving you wanting for more.

It is an Indian sweet prepared in ghee. It originated in the city of Mysuru, one of the major cities in the Indian state of Karnataka. The texture of this sweet is similar to a buttery and dense cookie. It will lusciously dissolve with the blink of an eye.

History of Mysore Pak

The history of the Mysore Pak dates back to 17 or the 18th century having its origin in Mysore, the state of Karnataka. History states that this sweet was first created in the Kitchens of Mysore Palace then reigned by Mummadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar.

One day the head cooked named Kakasura Madappa simply made a concoction of besan, ghee and sugar which gave the look of gleaming Gold in the colloid form and dripping with ghee. The sweet that was formed delighted the royalties so much that It became a “Royal Sweet” and when the king asked the name of the sweet Madappa didn’t have a name and so he called it Mysore Pak.

History of Mysore

The abode of untold grandeur and glory. Mysore, the capital city of the Wodeyars has always enchanted its admirers with its quaint charm, rich heritage, magnificent palaces, beautifully laid-out gardens, imposing buildings, road shady avenues and sacred temples.

There's an old world charm about the city that reaches out and leaves no one untouched. Mysore is one of the major cities of Karnataka.

Customer Reviews

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Biplaba Sinha

It was delicious

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Vikram Bhatnagar
Mouth watering delicacy!

The product was highly appreciated by all in the Family in the age range of 88 to 25, which indicates its perfection!

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Ajay saxena
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Good

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Lalit Wadher

Mysore Pak

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Sanjay Taware

Very realistic test