Indian Sweets Variety

 Jalebi: Coiled, deep-fried batter soaked in saffron-infused sugar syrup, known for its sweet and tangy taste.

 Modak: Steamed or fried dumplings filled with a mixture of grated coconut, jaggery, and khoya, often associated with Lord Ganesha.

 Rasgulla: Soft, spongy cheese balls soaked in sugar syrup, originating from West Bengal.

 Kaju Katli: Thin, diamond-shaped sweets made from ground cashews and sugar, loved for their nutty flavor.

 Gulab Jamun: Deep-fried milk dumplings soaked in rose-flavored sugar syrup, a popular dessert across India.

 Ladoo: Round, sweet flour and sugar balls, often flavored with cardamom and garnished with nuts.

 Peda: Small, disc-shaped sweets made from condensed milk, flavored with cardamom, and garnished with pistachios.

 Halwa: A rich and dense dessert made from various ingredients like semolina, carrots, or lentils, sweetened with sugar.

 Sandesh: A Bengali delicacy made from fresh paneer, sweetened with sugar and often flavored with saffron or cardamom.

Barfi: A dense, fudge-like sweet made from condensed milk, sugar, and various flavorings like pistachio or coconut.