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Savour the Real Taste of Pandit Kulfi in Vaishali Nagar NOW!


Summers are times for yummy kulfis and when we talk of kulfis in Jaipur, one name that strikes all is Pandit Kulfi. Pandit Kulfi is not just a name to a kulfi vendor, but it's a legacy. They have been preparing and selling delicious kulfis, the best in the city, since the past 7 decades. This makes Pandit Kulfi wala in the walled city of Jaipur a much renowned place for all kulfi lovers.

Pandit Kulfi stall in Vaishali Nagar

It is very difficult to get that sweet, refreshing taste anywhere else other than the kulfis offered by Pandit Kulfi in walled city area of Jaipur. But now, you can enjoy the same taste in Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur.

Recently a Pandit Kulfi stall has opened up in E-Block of Vaishali Nagar, which sells the traditional Pandit Kulfi brand kulfis here. The kulfis prepared in rabri with a blend of pista, cardamom and kesar, tastes utterly delicious. You can relish kulfis of different flavours at this stall, such as kesar pista kulfi, aam kulfi, paan kulfi, cheeku kulfi, chocolate kulfi and gulkand kulfi.

Location: Near Gupta Stores, Amrapali Circle, Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Pandit Kulfi since 1948

The stall owner, Siddharth Sharma, says that his grandfather Hanuman Sahay Sharma has started Pandit Kulfi in 1948 with a 'kulfi ka thella'. But now, they have different Pandit Kulfi stalls of their relatives in different areas of the city, along with the one in the walled city of Jaipur.

 


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