Monday, May 2, 2016

A to Z , 26 Traditional Sindhi Sweets


We are a group of Bloggers running marathons month after month. We normally blog thrice a week but April and September are our special months, where we blog everyday except Sunday. This April we decided to choose our a region and cook alphabetically. 

Sindh is a state in Pakistan and it was during the 1945 partition that most Hindu Sindhi's came to India. Sindhi's who were once rich zamindars had to struggle to meet ends. I have heard nerve wracking stories from my grandmother and parents. Sindhi's are hard working and great business men and as a result have come up and you shall find them all over the globe. 

The new generation is at a loss as they are not acquainted with Sindhi Culture and food. I have tried my best to get all Sindhi Sweets in one place. Sindhis have different communities , traditions, customs and food , so the recipes may vary.

Hope you enjoy this virtual treat and this is a helpful post.

Thanks Valli for giving me an opportunity to learn what I had been wanting to since years.



























































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11 comments:

  1. Enjoyed this entire journey especially the sindhi sweets were awesome. Great Marathon and kudos.

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  2. I learnt many new Sindhi sweets during this marathon and thanks for taking this theme. It was fun doing the marathon with you.

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  3. Except to drool over all d sweets and appreciate ur hard work & commitment to bring us this series so wonderfully presented , I have nothing but heartfelt appreciation Vaishali ! Great job done

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  4. Fantastic roundup Vaishali..what a wonderful collection..I am so happy you took up this theme.

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  5. Simply loved all your sweets and learned some new sweets to make soon at home. You never stopped making us drool and i loved your sweet series.

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  6. Absolutely loved the Sindhi sweets Vaishali. I learnt so much about Sindhi traditions from your posts and loved them so much..

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  7. LOVED ALL your traditional Sindhi desserts Vaishali. I've bookmarked many of your yummy sweets -- hopefully I'll make them soon and enjoy them. Until then I'll drool over your pics.

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  8. Loved all your sweet dishes with colorful presentations. You gave us a glimpse of Sindhi world of delicacies.

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  9. Amazing dishes Vaishali, loved all of them and bookmarked a lot of them. Really enjoyed reading about Sindhi Traditions and culture.

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  10. Totally stunning dishes and fabulous recap Vaishali.Loved all the Sindhi recipes and bookmarked all of them .Hats off to your efforts.

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  11. Hats off the lovely sweets recipe you shared all month long. Learnt a ton of new recipes through your blog. Lovely round-up!!

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