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Ganesha recipes: Sweet Kachori, Modak, Karanji and more

Last updated on: September 08, 2013 16:42 IST
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On Ganesh Chaturthi, welcome the elephant god with these traditional, easy-to-make recipes.

The ten-day long festival of Ganesh Chaturthi celebrates the rebirth of Lord Ganesha, the son of Shiva and Parvathi.

As part of the celebrations, huge idols of the elephant god are installed and worshipped across the country.

Through the festival, people make various sweets and offer it as prasad after the daily aarti and pooja.

From modaks to karanji, we bring you some of the traditional, easy-to-make Ganesha recipes you can try and share with your family.

Modaks (Makes about 20)

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