In 1955, the late Shri Sardar Singh Kalra founded Kalra Sweets in Dehradun with a mission to serve the public with authentic, delicious sweets and savouries. His determination, originality, and passion for food and consumer taste allowed him to create a divine brand in Dehradun, adored by all who try it.

Carrying on his legacy, his grandson Ranjit Singh Kalra joined the family business, extending the range of ethnic and delectable offerings. Starting with mouthwatering Indian street-style dishes such as samosas, pakoras, and special tea, initially crafted by Shri Sardar Singh Kalra, Ranjit expanded Kalra Sweets into a renowned brand. Collaborating with his sons, Ranjit continues to strive toward the same goal of providing the greatest service.

Continuing to elevate the family business are his two sons, Jagatpreet and Jaskirat. Jagatpreet, an MBA graduate from Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, and Jaskirat, currently pursuing a Law degree from UPES Dehradun, are taking Kalra Sweets to new heights by introducing innovative ideas and expanding the brand’s offerings.

Recently, they both started a new venture called Luxury Gifting, which specializes in well-packaged items for gifting during weddings and festivities.

Kalra Sweets specializes in sweets, savouries, and Indian food, maintaining high standards of hygienic practices and culinary quality. Over the years, the name Kalra Sweets has become synonymous with high-end Indian sweets. The skilled mithai artisans have mastered the recipes, packaging, and procedures through expertise and talent.

Every day, Kalra Sweets moulds sweets in a clean, cutting-edge facility to ensure a visible level of freshness that customers can feel, taste, and appreciate. Each bite is prepared using only the finest, most carefully chosen ingredients available nationwide.

Today, Kalra Sweets stands as a testament to a family’s unwavering commitment to culinary excellence, preserving the tradition and taste that Shri Sardar Singh Kalra envisioned.




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