Rabri is a traditional Indian dessert made from thickened milk and sweetened with sugar. It is prepared by boiling milk on low heat for an extended period until it reduces and thickens to a creamy consistency. During the cooking process, a layer of malai (cream) forms on top, which is incorporated back into the milk to enhance its richness. The resulting rabri has a velvety texture, a slightly grainy consistency, and a sweet and aromatic flavor. It is often enjoyed as a standalone dessert or used as a topping for other sweets like jalebi or falooda.