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Ganguram's Sweets

Established 1885

Mr. Raja
38-18, Sainikpuri Rd, Ambedkar Nagar, Madhura Nagar, Dr AS Rao Nagar, A S Rao Nagar, Secunderabad, Gachibowli - Miyapur Rd, Hanuman Nagar, Shillpa Hills,Same Place Food Court, Beside Fortune Towers, Madhapur, Hyderabad
Ganguram's Sweets journey Started over a Century old ago, a tiny Sweetmeat Shop existed on a land owned by Raja Kamala Prasad Mukherjee. Late Ganguram Chaurasia came from a remote village in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh to Kolkata in the 1880's. He was a skilled Halwai and could make mouthwatering Sweets.

Gulab Jamun

₹ 220.00 (500 gm.)

Gulab jamun gets its brownish red colour because of the sugar content in the milk powder (khoya). In other types of gulab jamun, sugar is added in the batter, and after frying, the sugar caramelization gives it its dark, almost black colour, which is then called kala jam or "black jam". The sugar syrup may be replaced with (slightly) diluted maple syrup for a gulab jamun.

Plain Rasgulla

₹ 280.00 (500 gm.)

Rasgulla is a syrupy dessert popular in the Indian subcontinent and regions with South Asian diaspora.


₹ 170.00 (500 gm.)

Langcha is a Bengali sweet, originated in Shaktigarh, in the Burdwan district of West Bengal. Shaktigarh’s langcha is so popular in Bengal that you can even find a community in facebook.


₹ 250.00 (500 gm.)

Ras malai or rossomalai is a dessert originating from the Indian subcontinent.