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One of India’s most adored and well-known sweets, laddoo is relished by people of all ages and socioeconomic levels. Laddoos have assimilated into Indian cuisine and culture for a variety of causes. Their success and wide appeal are due in part to their adaptability. Laddoo has long been a staple of Indian food and is thought to be one of the oldest Indian desserts. The Sanskrit term “laddooka,” which denotes a little ball, is whence the English word “laddoo” originates. Laddoo is first mentioned in books from the fifth century BC that are native to India, including the Mahabharata and the Ramayana. Laddoo is referred to as “modaka” in ancient literature, and it is claimed to be a favourite treat of Lord Ganesha, the Hindu god of knowledge and fortune. In India, different regional varieties of laddoo were created during the mediaeval era.During festivals and religious rituals, it is frequently provided as prasad (holy food) in Hindu temples and handed to devotees. Generation after generation has passed down the ancient laddoo recipes. We at ‘Laddookam’ are committed to preparing historic traditional laddoos using the same authentic recipes and serving our customers with the same taste as centuries ago.

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