Monday, 29 June 2015

The Beginning111

Let's swing-in to old nineties, the era of "India Making".

Our very first step when in 1950, two visionaries from the large family of Traditional Halwais ( or known as "Food Processors") from the famous city of Bikaner (in Rajasthan, India) wished to explore business opportunities beyond Rajasthan, its traditional stronghold and migrated to New Delhi, capital of India. The duo just didn't came, they brought with them a treasure of traditional recipes perfected by their forefathers, exotic ingredients and experience in the art of making sweets and namkeens. They setted-up small sweetshop in the historic Chandni Chowk and their delicacies like Bikaneri Bhujia and Rasogollas became so famous in Delhi that people of New Delhi fell in love with their hand-made traditional yummies and coined them as BIKANERVALA, this is how the name derived.

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