Story of The Mysore Pak

Namaskara Bangalore!

We know that people in Bangalore are all about the sweet things in life. Like, friendship, family-time, party-time, vacations and food.

And who can miss the popular Bangalore sweetheart, Mysore Pak!

Mysore Pak an Indian sweet

Mysore Pak is a traditional Indian sweet that is believed to have originated in the city of Mysore in the southern state of Karnataka. This rich, buttery sweet is made from ghee, sugar, and chickpea flour, and is a staple at festivals, weddings, and other special occasions.

Legend has it that Mysore Pak was first made in the late 19th century by a cook named Kakasura Madappa, who served in the court of the Mysore palace. According to the story, Madappa created the sweet for King Krishna Raja Wadiyar IV, who loved it so much that he named it after the city of Mysore.

Mysore Pak quickly became a favorite of the royal family and was often served at state banquets and other grand occasions. The key to making Mysore Pak lies in the careful balance of ingredients and the cooking process that leads to the melting of this sweet in a sweet-lover’s mouth. And this key balance is something that our Confectioner at Sri Vardhini Sweets, kadugodi, achieves everytime.

If you are a sweet-lover and are passing through Whitefield, Bangalore, drop by Sri Vardhini Sweets, Kadugodi. Experience their special Mysore Pak and its varieties in; like Milk Mysore Pak, Dry Mysore Pak, Ghee Mysore Pak and more.

Whether you are driving solo or with friends and family drop by our little dreamy, sweet shop to try the best quality sweets at Sri Vardhini Sweets.

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