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"Come and taste the sweetness of India," beckoned the Indian trader, holding out a platter on which nestled small, white flattened balls. They were sandesh, a traditional Indian sweet made of thickened milk and synonymous with celebrations.
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Celstine (Mackenzie Foy) appears in a scene from "Ernest and Celestine." GKIDS FILMS. View slideshow.
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