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History of Indian Sweet
During 19th century Bengalis of Calcutta saw the renaissance in dessert. During this time several sweetmeat shops were opened. Four famous establishments of sweets grew in Calcutta during this period, which are Bhim Nag, K.C Das, Dwarika Ghosh and Ganguram.
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