sweet dish of south India it served in mysore palace on 19th century reign of maharaja krishnaraya - letsdiskuss
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Kesari Bath


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Kesari Bath is a well known variety of halwa served in Mysore.
Kesari Bath is what it's brought in Mysore, however you may know it as Sooji Halwa or Sheera (in case you're from North India, that is). A delightful sweet thing, it is regularly had for breakfast. On Sundays, numerous cafés will serve a pineapple-seasoned form. It is additionally filled in as prasad on celebration days at sanctuaries.


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