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    Sweet surrender
    This one is almost too pretty to eat.  Filled with kaju-infused sweet delicacies,  we also love the combination of sweet and  salt platter that comes along in a silver- plated tray bursting with cashew nuts,  almonds, burfi, katli and raj kamal. Rs 1,775  upwards.Details: mithaivala.in

    French style Whether
    cinnamon, rose, passion fruit  or blueberry, macaroons are a lovely gifting  option this Diwali. This hamper from  Amande Patisserie is filled with everything  deliciously French. You can go with their  speciality macaroons or try their other con- fectionery nibbles like choux pastry, tea  cake and French tarts to fill that hamper.  Rs 1,400 upwards.At HyperCITY,  Brookefield. Details: 26761080

    Elegant  crossover
    Délice, the gourmet cake shop, has  crafted two special desserts for Diwali  that would work as a perfect hostess gift.  The Caramel Nut Tart filled with hazelnuts,  walnuts, peanuts, almonds and pistachios in  a rich caramel and Coorgi Vanilla Pralines   made from fragrant Coorgi vanilla bean  cream and decorated with edible gold  dust.At Novotel, Bengaluru  Techpark. Details: 66705000

    All in a glaze
    Mad Over Donuts offers a Diwali Explosion in the form of dought- nuts with an Indian twist. Specials include Boondi Bomb – glazed  and topped with a burst of boondi, melon seeds and dark choco- late. If you want something subtle, opt for the Coconut Blast that  is dipped in white chocolate and sprinkled with crushed coconuts.  Rs 600 upwards per dozen.At Koramangala. Details: 8951070915

    Quirk box
    Monika Manchanda of Sin-A-Mon has stirred  up something special — Flavour Bombs, a special dessert and  cupcake with an Indian twist, rasmalai cheesecake with  gajar ka halwa, chikki brownies, pista truffles, coconut barfi  tart, badam milk muffin, moong dal halwa cupcake and  more. There are  hampers available too. Rs 550 upwards. At BDA Complex, Kormangala. Details: 9845467789

    Go traditional
    Known for their delectably traditional  ladoos,  pedas, katli and mava concoctions is Anand Sweets.  And this Diwali, they offer various combinations to  suit your budget and taste in your choice of gift box- es, fancy wooden trays or even your own platters.  They add a touch of silver vark to give it that festive  appeal. Rs 3,000 for the designer pack. At Commercial  Street. Details: 25588992

    Bite sized
    Shitija Nahata, the owner of The Cupcake  Company, has gotten extra-creative this Diwali.  Her premium and deluxe hampers are bursting  with homemade treats like chocolate brownies,  choco chip cookies, banana breads, cupcakes,  macaroons and dessert jars. Rs 950 ++. At 100 Feet  Road, Indiranagar. 
    Details: 40916426

     

     

     

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