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Collaborative study by BSIP in Lucknow & ASI reveals that Harappans consumed high-protein laddoos

While laddoos are an inseparable part of Indian food plates, it is difficult to imagine that this delicacy dates back to almost 4,0000 years. Surprising as it may sound, this fact has been deciphered in a report prepared through a collaboration between Lucknow's Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeosciences (BSIP) and Delhi's Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). The report stated that the Harappan inhabitants included high-protein, multigrain laddoos in their diets.

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