Varak refers to a fine thin edible silver foil used to decorate or garnish Indian desserts and "paan". It has been known also to aid in digestion.

Varak is also known as Vark, Varaq, or varakh. It is pronounced "vah-ruhk".


Other definition:
Varak is a Hindi word that refers to a very thin, edible silver or gold foil. Varak is also known as Vark

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