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Ganesh Utsav has started from today. After the worship, Bappa will be offered the first bhog. For this reason, we will tell you how to make three dishes of this type, in which you will not spend much effort and will be easily prepared in less time.
Along with Ganpati’s favorite Bhog Laddu, we will show you how to make Maharashtra’s famous dish Tondli Bhaat, in which no garlic is used.
Let’s learn Sanjeev Kapoor’s Tondli / Tondli Bhaat recipe
These things will be necessary…
In the above charts you have learned how to do bhog on the first day. Now on the second day, offer Ganpati his favorite laddoos. Although these laddus are different from the rest. Because these are not boondi laddus but strawberry boondi laddus. Famous celebrity chef Ranbir Brar explains how to…
Ingredients to make the dough
There are many people who also go to office during Ganpati festival. On the day when there is a meeting or other important work, then you can offer patata-puri to Bappa. So today I am learning how to make Bhandare Wali Sabzi – Amrita Raichand. There is no garlic or onion in this potato curry and hence it can be eaten even on fasting days.
These items will be required for Bhandara Potato Vegetables-
Learn how to make Bhandare Wali Aloo Ki Sabzi from celebrity chef Amrita Raichand
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There is also a tradition of offering 21 modaks
It is believed that if 21 modaks are offered to Ganapati, the stomachs of other gods and goddesses are also filled with them. So they are offered modak as bhog, so that they can get the blessings of other gods and goddesses.
After all, why does Ganpati like modak?
There is a story behind this too. Once Lord Shiva was sleeping and Ganesh i.e. Ganapati was guarding him. Then Parashurama came. Ganesha prevented him from meeting his father. Parashurama got angry and broke one of Ganesha’s teeth. Because of the broken teeth, he started having problems eating. For this, Parvati prepared modak specially for Ganesha. Thus, modak became his favorite.
Now come, also read these 4 stories of Ganayanayak Ganesh series
About MasterChef Modak Recipe: Bappa doesn’t have to go to the market to enjoy bhog; 3 types of modaks can be easily made at home
Today, on the occasion of the beginning of the Ganpati festival, we will learn how to make Modak like a professional chef. Master Chef winner and celebrity chef Pankaj Bhadauria is teaching how to make 3 types of modaks at home. (Read the full story here)
2. Make clay Ganesha at home: three different shapes, which will make children smart; There will be no quarrels in the house and prosperity will come
On this Ganesh festival, make and install your own clay Ganesha in your home. In this 4 minute video, clay artist Pratiksha Sharma teaches 3 types of Ganpati making. In this video, we will tell you how to make clay Ganesha and these tricks, after which even if you dip Ganesha, he will still be with you. (Read the full story here)
3. Do not install Ganpati at home and office alike: Siddhi Vinayak at home, Vighneshwar at office and shops and Maha Ganapati should be installed at factories.
In what form clay Ganesha should be made and what form is auspicious for home, shop, office and factories. About this we spoke to the eminent scholars of the country and came to know that the idol of Siddhi Vinayak was to be installed in the house. Vighneshwar Ganesh is auspicious for offices and shops and the establishment of Maha Ganapati is auspicious for factories. To find out what these three shapes look like (read the full story here)
4. 5 Raja Yoga on Ganesh Chaturthi: After 300 years, worship and establishment will occur in a rare coincidence as well as an auspicious day for shopping and new beginnings.
This time on Ganesh Chaturthi five Raja Yogas and after 300 years a rare combination of planets is forming. At the same time, during the 10 days of the whole festival, there will be 7 auspicious moments to buy. In which you will be able to do many auspicious things from investment to buying vehicles. To know when is the right time (read the full news here)