Ganesh Chaturthi Special Recipes


























Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi falls on 17th September this year (2015). It is celebrated starting from Shukla chaturthi in the Hindu month of Bhadrapada and stretches for 10 days in some parts of the country.

Here is a list of some of the popular prasadams/neivaidyam (offerings) made to the elephant headed God in various parts of India -


Andhra Pradesh (also Telengana)






































1. Kudumulu (Modak)
2. Pulihora
3. Undrallu
4. Annam Payasam
5. Chickpeas Sundal

Karnataka (similar to Andhra)



















1. Undrallu Payasam
2. Groundnut Sundal


Maharashtra



































1. Modak
2. Puranpoli
3. Coconut Laddoo
4. Karanji
5. Patholi


Odisha 



















1. Chuda ghasa
2. Chuda Kadamba
2. Rasi laddoo (Sesame seed laddoo)

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