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Mihidana 1kj Packet 

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Mihidana From Bardhaman
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BARDDHAMAN MIHIDANA

Sitabhog, as the name promises is known mythically as a sweet dish favored by none other than Mother Sita in Ramayana but history has its own tale to tell. On 1904, Lord Curzon visited Bardhaman on invitation of Maharaja Vijaychand Mahatab. To memorize the occasion and welcome the grand lunch prepared for Lord Curzon, Maharaja ordered Vairabchandra Nag, a famous sweet-maker of the town, to prepare something distinctive and unique which would astonish the Lord. Vairabchandra shouldered the responsibility and after much brainstorming launched two brand new sweets named as Sitabhog and Mihidana. Lord Curzon was surprised to have such a special and unique sweet and on his appreciation note given to the sweet maker he expressed his happiness by saying that he never had such delicious sweet ever before. Thereafter, the name and fame of these two sweets reached all over the country and abroad.

Mihidana is an Indian sweet from Burdwan, West Bengal, India. Mihidana, described as the micro cousin of the traditional Boondi, is derived from two words, Mihi meaning fine, and Dana, meaning grain.

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