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Kaju Modaks

One of the most delicious recipes which you can make at home. This can also be made sugar-free.

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Steamed Modaks

One of the most popular modak recipe made during Ganesh Chaturthi in Maharashtra made from rice flour.

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Fried Modaks

A crunchy delicious modak, another favorite of Lord Ganesha!

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Rava Modaks

Fine sooji or rava is used to make the outer cover of modak with coconut and jaggery filling. A relatively easier version of Steamed Modak or Ukadiche Modak.

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Puran Poli

Puran Poli is a flat bread stuffed with a sweet lentil filling made from skinned bengal gram / chana dal and jaggery.

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Patholi

Patholi is a steamed rice roll which are stuffed with fresh coconut and jaggery. What makes these special is the steaming technique, as these rolls are steamed on fresh turmeric leaves.

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Coconut Ladoo

These are made with desiccated coconut, just a three ingredient recipe and one which does not take a lot of your festivity time.

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Badam Halwa

Almond Halwa, an exotic sweet with a predominant taste and flavor of almonds and only almonds.

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Banana Pudding

Banana Pudding or sheera or halwa, which is the marathi term is an excellent sweet savory.

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Carrot Halwa

Carrot Halwa or Gajar Halwa is one of the most popular recipes of India. A classic Indian dessert that goes with any celebrative season.

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Rice Kheer

Rice Payasam or Rice Kheer, a traditional dish called as dhanvin kheer.

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Kothimbir Vadi

Yet another favorite Maharashtrian snack is the Kothimbir Vadi. Kothimbir is the Marathi word for coriander leaves.

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Eco Friendly Ganesha Idols


Festivals are moment of great joy and belebration, and in our country people show their faith in unique ways.

Simple rituals take on a different color and with each passing year, they become more cumbersome, the celebrations being on a grandiose scale. During Ganesh Chaturthi, however, the celebration fever reaches a high pitch and everything else is given a go-by. Devotion and faith is only one aspect. What is of more concern is the question of pollution. During Ganesh Festival, people should give a thought to the water bodies of the city.



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