Rasmalai: Soft cottage cheese dumplings soaked in sweetened and flavored milk.

Mithai Assortments: You can often find assortments or boxes of mixed Indian sweets, which include a variety of delicacies like Kaju Katli, Barfi, Gulab Jamun, Laddu, and more.

Malai Peda: Similar to regular pedas, but with a creamy twist due to the addition of condensed milk or cream.

Cham Cham: Oval-shaped sweet made from paneer (cottage cheese) soaked in a sugar syrup, often flavored with cardamom.

Sandesh: A popular Bengali sweet made from fresh cottage cheese and flavored with ingredients like saffron, cardamom, or fruits.

Mawa Kachori: Deep-fried pastries stuffed with a sweet filling made from khoa (reduced milk), sugar, and nuts.

Ghevar: A disc-shaped sweet made from flour and soaked in sugar syrup. It has a unique honeycomb-like texture and is often topped with nuts and flavored cream.

Imarti: Similar to jalebi, but with a slightly different shape. It is made by deep-frying a batter made from urad dal (lentils) and soaked in sugar syrup.

Modak: A sweet dumpling made from rice flour and filled with a mixture of coconut, jaggery, and nuts. It is a popular treat during festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi.

Payasam/Kheer: A traditional Indian pudding made with milk, rice, vermicelli, or other grains, sweetened with sugar or jaggery, and flavored with cardamom, saffron, or nuts.