We Indians love to eat. More so, when it’s tasty, scrumptious snacks like Namkeens. To us, it’s not just about filling our stomachs; it’s a different kind of relationship we have with Namkeens. It is believed that the name is derived from the word Namak (meaning salt). The earlier tradition of making Namkeens at home have faded and with changing times people have replaced home made namkeens with packaged ones available in markets. To some of us, they are a substitute for our daily meal and to some, they are about a relaxed ‘me-time’.

And to take this tasty food experience to another level, we bring to your table the specialties from the very part of our country they originally come from. Bhujia of Bikaner, khakhras & farsan of Gujarat, Mixture of Madras and many more. So sit back and enjoy delicious Namkeens like you would if were in the state it's made in.

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  1. Plain Dalmoth
    ₹260.00
    Nothing can go wrong when you toss up some premium quality nuts and crunchy fried dal. The Plain Dalmoth is the perfect... Learn More
  2. Special Dalmoth
    ₹345.00
    Nothing can go wrong when you toss up some premium quality nuts and crunchy fried dal. The Special Dalmoth is the... Learn More
  3. Mini Masala Samosa
    ₹240.00
    This delicious mini Samosa brings together the savoury crunch of the evergreen samosa with the sweet nutty goodness of... Learn More
  4. Mini Masala Kachori
    ₹240.00
    This delicious Mini Kachori brings together the savoury crunch of the kachori with the sweet nutty goodness of... Learn More
  5. Ratlami Sev
    ₹359.00
    This is a tasty snack of thick strands of fried besan (gram flour) & a lost of spices. A Product of the famous Prakash... Learn More
  6. Laung Sev
    ₹359.00
    This is a tasty snack of thick strands of fried gram flour blended with cloves and pepper to give a spicy taste. A... Learn More
  7. Ujjaini Sev
    ₹359.00
    This is a tasty snack of thin strands of fried gram flour flavoured with mild spices. Commonly eaten with Poha. A... Learn More
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