Kesari Bath is a sweet delicacy of Karnataka and other southern states of India. It is made from Rava or Sooji as its main ingredient. Sugar, milk, ghee, saffron, and cardamom are also used. Kesari Bath is often a must for weddings and other functions in Karnataka. Kesari Bath can be garnished with fried raisins and is best when served hot.

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