These ladoos have warm properties and it is not advisable for pregnant women to consume them, but they can work wonders for nursing mothers. These ladoos are popular across the northern belt of the country such as Harayana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. The Gondh ka laddoo is also enjoyed during the winter months as it is known to warm the body. It is popular in Maharashtra as Dinkache Ladoo. ‘Dink’ in Marathi means edible gum. In many Maharashtrian preparations, methi (Fenugreek seed / Methi dana) is also added to these Dinkache laddoos. In Gujarat, they are known as Gundar Ladoo.