Also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi, the Ganesha Chaturthi festival sees devotees bring home the idols of Ganesha to worship the Hindu deity, eat good food, enjoy with friends and family, and later immerse the idols. . This year the festival falls on September 10.
The festival marks the birth of Ganesh whom Hindus consider to be the god of wisdom and prosperity. Therefore, temples hold pujas or prayers on this day and distribute sweets such as modaks, as it is Ganesh’s favorite. As the Indian states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Odisha, Goa, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh prepare for Ganesha Chaturthi starting tomorrow, here is a super simple recipe from home made besan ka ladoo to add flavor to 10 day celebrations.
100 grams of gram flour
20 grams of semolina
90 grams of castor sugar
60 grams of ghee
½ teaspoon of green cardamom powder
20 grams of chopped almonds
In a dish, pour the ghee. Place the dish inside the oven. Press ‘Sweets’ eleven times on your magicook pro to select dE 11. Select the number of servings by pressing ‘Serves 2/4’.
Press Start ‘. When the oven starts beeping, take out the bowl. In the melted ghee, combine the chickpea flour, sugar, almonds, coloring, cardamom and semolina. Press Start ‘.
Remove from the oven when it displays “End”. Let cool slightly. Shape into ladoos and serve.
(Recipe: Whirlpool India)
Ganesh Chaturthi begins on the fourth day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar month Bhadrapada. This year, the 10-day festival celebrations will begin on September 10.
The festival celebrates the arrival of Ganesh on earth of Kailash Parvat with his mother Parvati / Gauri. Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, artisans across the country are making small, eco-friendly Ganesha idols during this festival while Delhi and some other cities have banned all public celebrations of Ganesh Chaturthi this month. due to the prevailing coronavirus disease (Covid -19) situation.