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 G. Pulla Reddy Sweets 


Mouth-watering sweets and G. Pulla Reddy go hand in hand.
G. Pulla Reddy Sweets owes its repPulla Reddy's familyute to the range of innovations during the preparation of lip-smacking sweets.

Sri Gunam Palli Pulla Reddy started the sweet business in Karnool as a roadside vendor on the suggestion of his uncle one Diwali morning in 1948. Slowly he set up a shop and with the capital earned he also started catering to orders for weddings and parties. As the capital of Andhra Pradesh shifted from Karnool to Hyderabad in 1956, Pulla Reddy also shifted his business to Hyderabad in 1957 and started the present shop, which is on the Nampally station road, Abids. He went on to open another branch at Somajiguda in the year 1993. He looks forward to opening a branch in SecPulla Reddy Sweetsunderabad by the year-end. He always had one motto of  “Giving the best with no compromise in quality.”

The shops are very spacious and a delectable aroma of pure ghee emanates all around. They currently manufacture 40 varieties of sweets and 12 varieties of Karas (spicy and salty items). Every year witnesses the addition of one or two new items. The price of the sweets sold here range from Rs 140/- per kg (Kalakand) to
Rs 680/- per kg (Badam halwa). The Kaju delicacies are a speciality item with Kaju An array of mouth-watering sweetsburfi at Rs 320/- per kg, Kaju sweet Rs 360/- per kg, Kowa puri Rs 160/- per kg, Kalakand
Rs 140/- per kg, Jangiri Rs 160/- per kg and Paper sweet Rs 5/- per piece. On an average 1400 kg of sweets are prepared and sold everyday. The sweets are made at Somajiguda in the space available behind the sweet shop.

The personal involvement of the family has helped them till this date to maintain consistency and merit in quality. Ragav Reddy, son of Pulla Reddy buys the raw materials for the sweets, which is Sweets from Pulla Reddyfurther cleaned by his mother and sister-in-law at their house and sent according to the requirement of the shop. Young boys are given training to be turned into competent sweet makers.

Industrialists, professionals, politicians and celebrities are some of the regular customers. Home deliveries and placing orders over the phone are not encouraged. They cater to bulk orders (BHEL, a regular purchaser orders six tons of sweets every year) and expect the purchaser to visit their shop, choose the items and order by paying an advance amount. Purchase orders from compAward for excellenceanies are also accepted. During festive season, orders have to be placed a week in advance. The shops are open 365 days of the year between 8 a.m to 10 p.m at the Abids branch and 9 a.m to 9 p.m at the Somajiguda branch. They provide for a special gift packaging that helps you to send the sweet abroad. They have sweets that can be preserved from 7 days to 30 days.


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