Bombay Sweets

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Bombay Sweets
IndustryRestaurant
GenreTraditional South Indian sweets and savouries
Founded1950 (Thanjavur, India)
FounderGurudayal Sharma
Headquarters
Thanajvur
,
India
Number of locations
11
Area served
India
ProductsFood, Sweets, Savouries,Condiments
Websitehttp://bombaysweets.net/

Bombay Sweets is an Indian sweet manufacturer and eatery based in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. It is most noted for its Dry Gulabjamoon, Chandra Kala & Surya Kala.

History[edit]

Bombay Sweets was established in 1950 in Thanajvur. Its founder was Gurudayal Sharma who wanted to produce Dry Gulabjamoon, Chandra Kala & Surya Kala in 1950 when Tamil Nadu was only familiar with Mysorepak, Halwa, Laddu, Badusha & Jangiri. After Mr.Gurudayal Sharma his son Dr.B.G.Subramani Sharma is maintaining the standards and policies of Bombay Sweets.[1] .[2] Bombay Sweets has outlets in the Thanjavur and Pattukottai .

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bombay Sweets". The Hindu. October 5, 2011.
  2. ^ "Bombay Sweets Official webpage".

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