Shahi Tukda
Shahi means Royal and Tukda means Piece, a very apt name for this delicious dessert. 
It's an traditional Mughlai dish. Fried bread slices are dunked in saffron and cardamom flavored sugar syrup and then topped up by scrumptious Rabdi. Each and every bite of this sinfully delicious dessert is heavenly!! It's a very simple and easy dessert to make.   
Bread slices- 10
Oil/Ghee for frying
For Sugar Syrup-
Sugar- 1 cup
Water- 1/2 cup
Green Cardamoms- 3-4, only seeds
Saffron Strands- 9-10
For the topping:
Traditionally the Shahi toast is topped with rich cream or rabdi. You can either top it up with Rabdi, Kheer or even CrEam.
For Garnishing:
Pista slivers, Chopped Almonds and Dry Rose petals 
Cut the edges of the bread slices.
Cut them in desired shape.
Heat the ghee on a medium flame.
Deep fry the pieces of bread in it till they are crisp and golden.
Drain on paper towels. 
Meanwhile in a pan put sugar, water, cardamom seeds and saffron.
Keep the pan on heat and let the sugar dissolve.
Keep stirring. Do not overcook. We don't want to make string consistency sugar syrup.
Once the sugar is all melted keep stirring for 3-4 minutes. 
Sugar syrup is ready. 
Put the fried bread slice in warm sugar syrup.
Let the fried pieces soak syrup for 15-20 seconds. 
Take them out from the syrup.
Arrange the pieces on the serving platter.
Top the pieces with Rabdi.
Garnish with pista slivers, chopped almonds and rose petals.
Enjoy the yummy treat!!!!!