Soft,spongy and melt in mouth Gulab Jamuns drenched in delicately flavoured sugar syrup is a traditional sweet in India. The post popular sweet made during Diwali and other festivals. No occassion is complete with serving this sweet whether it may be a wedding ceremony or a simple dinner at home. Gulab Jamun came to India from Persia with our muslim Sultans and Badshahs. The Indian Gulab Jamun dish originated from an Arabic dessert called Luqmat Al-Qadi and became popular during the Mughal era. The term Gulab jamun comes from Persian, Gulab means rosewater referring to the rosewater scented syrup and jamun from the Hindi language.When Persian food first arrived in India, the local cooks at the palace kitchens adapted their cuisine by combining the newly arrived ingredients with familiar tastes of local Hindu traditions. Gulab Jamun was first accidentally prepared by the chief Persian priest of Mughal king Shah Jahan.