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Dwarika Sweets
Established during British India in 1885, the Dwarika Sweets shop underwent several changes before finally it came to be known as Dwarika Grand Sons in 1955. Dwarika Sweets is located in Central Avenue of Kolkata and initially, was popular for its ‘Pera’ and ‘Barfi’.
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