Chocolates for eternally young !!

We’ve been in the chocolate business for over 70 years. In this time, we have developed a nice repertoire of seasonal and festival-specific sweetmeats and snacks. We have some extraordinarily rich and delectable sweets in here suitable as Corporate Gifts too. And we also make special concoctions just for your company, or for that family get-together you’ve been planning for years.

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Our Speciality


At Murthy’s Confectionaries, we don’t merely mix various branded coco powders or ready chocolate slabs and food ingredients to make our chocolate.


Biscuits from Murthy's Confectionaries are a provem case of liquidity crunch... Quite the reason our biscuits are actually the crunchiest ones you’ve ever had.


Let us growup one cake at a time... Most of our customers believe every day is a birthday. Well, take a look at our cake counter and you will, too!


The Story of Easter:- Easter Sunday, the holy festival of the Christians, is celebrated to mark the resurrection of Jesus, the day he rose from the dead. It is the commemoration of passion, death and resurrection. It also marks the end of 40 days of Lent. The Lenten Season commences with Ash Wednesday and ends Easter Sunday. It is a time for repentance, prayer and solidarity. These are the days of abstinence. Some people abstain from watching TV, listening to music or having non-vegetarian food. Others give up for that period, something they enjoy doing. The final week of Lent, called the holy week, recalls the event leading to Christ's death and resurrection. the first day of the holy week is Palm Sunday. It marks Jesus's successful entry into Jerusalem, when people welcomed him with palm branches. Thursday is celebrated as Monday. Thursday the day when Jesus took his last meal. or the last Supper with his apostles. Good Friday is observed as the day of the Crucifixion of Jesus. Although it is a day of mourning it is known as Good Friday because Jesus sacrificed his life for the good of mankind and it confirmed the belief that he was the son of God as he rose from the dead on the third day. Easter Sunday is a day to rejoice as the son of God had returned. It is the day to feast and celebrate and Christians make Easter Eggs on this day. They have adopted the eggs as an Easter symbol because an egg represents new life. Earlier the eggs used to be hard boiled and then dyed in various colours. Now they are prepared as sweets, with marzipan or chocolate. They are a delight to children and exchanging Easter Eggs is a popular custom. Churches hold special prayer services on Easter Sunday because it is the day for prayer, a day of togetherness and of celebrations.

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