Ganesh Chaturthi Spl: Prepare These Recipes And Offer To Lord Ganesha

Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated on 22 August 2020 with lot of fervor. Here is a list of bhog recipes that you can prepare for Lord Ganesha.

Janhvi Sharma

August 21, 2020


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Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most widely celebrated festivals across India. The auspicious festival is celebrated for 10 days with zeal, fervour and enthusiasm. This year Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated on 22 August. Devotees get home beautifully sculpted and painted Lord Ganesha idols and worship it. During this festival, there is a variety of food and sweets that are prepared including modaks, laddoos, kheer and much more. Well, any festival is incomplete without tasty food. Here is a list of bhog recipes that you can prepare and please Lord Ganesha.


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Well, Modak is a synonym to Ganesh Chaturthi. Modaks are sweet dumplings that are a compulsory sweet prepared for Lord Ganesha. Devotees tend to offer delicious modaks in the form of bhog to Ganesha and seek his blessings. One can prepare a variety of modaks including steamed modak, dry fruit modak, chocolate modak, sugarfree modak and much more.

Puran Poli

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This is yet another dish that is prepared and offered to Lord Ganesha. Modak, Puran polis, laddoos are top dishes that are in the favourite bhog list which is offered to Lord Ganesha. Puran Poli is a flatbread made of maida and is stuffed with sweet lentils and jagger.


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Shrikhand is an Indian sweet dish which is made up of strained yogurt and dry fruits. This dish is quite popular in India and devotees offer it to God.


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Apart from Puran Poli and Modak, Lord Ganesha is quite fond of ladoos. Ladoo is one of the most common forms of bhog that is offered to Gods during any auspicious festival. There are various variety of laddoos including motichoor laddoo, Coconut Ladoo, Til ke Ladoo, Atta Ladoo etc.


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Sheera is an easy sweet dish to prepare and is one of the most common offerings made to Lord Ganesha. Sheera is made up of semolina and sugar and topped with dry fruits and nuts. One can even add various fruits flavours while making sheera.

Do you know how to make these traditional bhog dishes? Here we have the recipes for it, take a look. Try it right away to seek blessings from the Lord.

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all!

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