Bhimsain Bengali Sweet House

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About Bhimsain Bengali Sweet House

If you live in Delhi, and youâ??re into theatre or Indian sweets-Iâ??m sure you know Mandi House well. This road continues further to Lady Irwin College but also quietly turns left onto Todar Mal road. Leaf Laden trees Birds chirping and greenery abound, creepers embrace the humble entries of old houses and trees lining roads speckled with sunshine. The end of this street meets with the Tansen Marg (named so maybe because it houses institutes such as Triveni Kala Sangam) which leads to the famous Bengali Market (That has nothing to do with Bengal but much to do with Lala Bengali Mal Lohia who bought the land and set up the market in 1934) It is a bustling, pedestrian-friendly market, Bhimsains Bengali Sweet House & Nathus Sweets with their mithai and chaat on full display. The Charm of this place can never never get lost in our mushrooming malls , malls have a shelf life but the oldest markets in Delhi-from Chandni Chowk to Bengali market, theyâ??ve been alive for decades. If you live in Delhi, and youâ??re into theatre or Indian sweets-Iâ??m sure you know Mandi House well. This road continues further to Lady Irwin College but also quietly turns left onto Todar Mal road. Leaf Laden trees Birds chirping and greenery abound, creepers embrace the humble entries of old houses and trees lining roads speckled with sunshine. The end of this street meets with the Tansen Marg (named so maybe because it houses institutes such as Triveni Kala Sangam) which leads to the famous Bengali Market (That has nothing to do with Bengal but much to do with Lala Bengali Mal Lohia who bought the land and set up the market in 1934) It is a bustling, pedestrian-friendly market, Bhimsains Bengali Sweet House with Our mithai and chaat on full display. The Charm of this place can never never get lost in our mushrooming malls , malls have a shelf life but the oldest markets in Delhi-from Chandni Chowk to Bengali market, theyâ??ve been alive for decades.


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