Ganesha, known as the remover of obstacles, is one of the most favourite Gods worshipped across India.
His birthday is celebrated with pomp and grandeur. It is a 10-day festival during which his clay idol is brought home and worshiped. And towards the end the statue is immersed in the sea or a river.
The birth of Ganesha is celebrated under different names all over India like Vinayaka Chaturthi in Tamil Nadu and Ganesh Chaturthi in Maharashtra.
Here are some delicacies that are offered to Lord Ganesha during this festival.
Text: Sneha M
Modak is one of the first offerings/prasad that is made during Ganesha's birthday. There are different varities of Modak. Find some of them below:
Ganesha loves ladoos and we all love it too. Here is a simple recipe to make this delicious Motichoor Ladoo.
Amidst all the sweets, Sundal is one of the healthy savory dish that is made during this festival.
Kozhukattai is a version of the Modak that is offered to Lord Ganesha in Southern India. You could try these varieties of Kozhukattai.
A different variety of ladoo is the sesame laddoo. Made with just four ingredients this ladoo is not only easy to make but delicious as well.
Nei Appam is a traditional sweet appam that is made with jaggery, rice and grated coconut.