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Sen Mahasay Sweets
Sen Mahasay Sweets was set up at Fariapukur Street in 1897 by Ashutosh Sen. The shop is popular for the creations of Sen like the Ratabi Sandesh, Pink Pera, Malai Chop and Abar Khabo and most importantly the Mishti Doi and Monohara.
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