Indian sweets or Mithai, are a type of confectionery that rely heavily on sugar, milk, flour and condensed milk, and cooked by frying, however the bases of the sweets vary by region. In the Eastern part of India for example, milk is a staple, and most sweets from this region are based on milk products. While Indians love their vast array of Indian food, their second love without a doubt, is the love for colorful sweets made at home or the complicated ones bought from nearest sweet shop. Here we would show you making of sweets easy with simple to do instructions.As India is rich in its heritage and culture, we have a plenty of festivals in line. Sweets are the most sought of dish offered to the deity. Indian sweets are large in color, shape and size. Their flavors are also distinct.Indian sweets are prepared in 2 varieties — one is the milk based sweets like the Rabri, Peda, Rasbari, Burfi etc and the other is the flour based sweets which includes Ladoos, Malpua, Mohan Thal, Halwa etc.Indian sweets like the Sandesh, Gulab Jamun, Kalakand, Rosgollas, Mysore Pak, Kakinada Kaja, Putarekulu and many others are very popular all over India. It is said that no country has a wider selection of exotic, yummy sweets than in India.