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    Special about Tirunelveli Halwa

    Special about Tirunelveli Halwa

    Tirunelveli is popular state-wide for its famous halwa (pronounced locally as alwa). The sweet dish is made primarily from wheat and sugar. Tirunelveli halwa is golden brown, has a jelly-like texture and contains a ghee (clarified butter), which gives it its distinctively greasy appearance. Best served hot, this popular sweet is generally enjoyed as a dessert. Tirunelveli halwa is said to owe its uniquely rich taste to a special recipe of this region, blended with the renowned sweetness of the Thamarabarani river.

    The best places to buy Tirunelveli halwa is around the Nellaiyappar temple and avenue leading to the central railway station. The most famous halwa stores are Irutu Kadai Halwa (Transliterated as the Dark Halwa store), situated near the Nellaiyappar temple, Santhi sweets and Lakshmi Vilas. But try to find the original santhi sweets shop. The name Irutu Kadai of the former store derives itself from the fact that the looks of the store have been kept unchanged from the date it was started. Till date, there are no bright electrical lights or even a board to display the shop's brand. Besides this, there are also many other excellent sweet stalls in Tirunelveli town that sell this delectable local delicacy.

    With Regards,
    Mrs.Kavitha Yuvaraj
  • #2830
    Dear friend,

    The information about Thirunelveli Halwa is wonderful. This thread will help the peoples those who are going to thirunelveli and buy the halwa there.

    The place specified for purchasing the halwa is also will help to purchase the halwa without ant delay.

    Thanking you,

    With regards,
    S.Manoharan.
    TSR.

  • #2832
    Hi KavithaYuvraj,

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  • #2833
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