About Jodhpur Sweets, Jodhpur
Taste the heritage of Jodhpur
Jodhpur Sweets was conceptualised by Kundan Lalji 50 years ago. He was a man full of enthusiasm, with a deep knowledge of the art of making traditional mithai. The shop was born in 1965 out of his deep desire to offer people authentic flavours of the land. Though Lalji himself belonged to Jodhpur and named his sweet shop after it, he began his business venture in Kota. His offerings made him famous and people fondly started calling him Sethji.
More than 25 years later, it was his grandson Suresh Vyas who actually brought home the gastronomic legacy of Lalji and headquartered the business in Jodhpur itself. The upward climb of the sweet shop has continued through pure grit and dedication and it is today one of the most respected confectionaries in the city with a high-profile clientele.
Currently owned by Sureshji’s son Mehul Vyas, the enterprise has expanded its product range beyond the initial offerings of traditional sweets. Yet they continue to focus on manual preparationof products, with packaging being carried out mechanically.
Jodhpur Sweets has diversified into namkeen and snacks over time with a mouth-watering array of specialities. Some of these include Jodhpuri Bhujia, methi mathri, dukkad sev, wafers, and khaman.The brand prides itself on traditional sweets and, at the same time, continues to innovate to add newer products to its shelves. So whether you savour time-honoured delicacies or love to experiment with unique bites such as Thor, Jodhpur Sweets has everything to offer and then some more.