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13 Sweets to binge upon this Ganesh Chaturthi Festival!

The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi has started and so is our taste for sweets. In every home, you will find these sweets and also people binging upon it!

India is a country of festivals and sweets and because we all love sweets, we try to find a perfect reason to binge upon it. Well, you have got one. Ganesh Chaturthi is here and so is the season of lovely and sweet delicacies to go into our tummy. Eat as much as you can, because this is the season, when neither your parents nor any other person will stop you from eating those!

Have mouth-watering fun with these 11 Sweet items:

1. Modak


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It is said to be one of Lord Ganesha’s favourite foods. Who can ever say a no to Modaks. Yummy!

2. Chocolate Modak

chocolate modak

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Here’s a modern dark, mild and white spin on the traditional modak; who will ever say no to chocolate?

Well, there are many types of Modak on which you can blindly binge on!

3. Puran Poli


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It is a sweet flatbread stuffed with a sweet lentil filling made from bengal gram/chana dal and jaggery.

4. Coconut ladoo

coconut ladoo

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The milk and coconut treat is actually a treat to your mouth.

5. And maybe a Coconut Barfi

coconut barfi

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Eat it in any way because what matters is its taste!

6. Karanji


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It is a sweet pastry, wrapped and fried with coconut filling. Don’t you feel like eating these little pastries right away?

7. Besan ke Laddoo

besan ke ladoo

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Gram flour or besan roasted with ghee in a pan, flavored with sugar and cardamom and shaped into tight round balls. Decorated with almonds and pistachios. Need more description?

8. Carrot/Gajar Halwa

gajar ka halwa

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A sweet dessert pudding will just melt in your mouth the moment to eat it. It is an evergreen Indian dessert.

9. Motichoor Laddoo

motichoor ladoo

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Made from gram flour/besan, this sweet will just make your mouth more delighting.

10. Banana Halwa

banana halwa

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Banana semolina pudding is also one of the favourites of Indians. Eat it and you would never regret it.

11. Patholi


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Steamed in fresh turmeric leaves, the rice rolls are stuffed with fresh coconut and jaggery mixture. Its aroma and taste will leave you mesmerized.

12. Sooji Halwa

sooji halwa

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It is a classic Indian semolina pudding made with ghee and dry fruits. But its taste can challenge all the worldwide famous sweets.

13. Rice Kheer

rice kheer

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Made with basmati rice, milk, nuts and saffron, this sweet dish has already won millions of hearts with its taste.

Feeling hungry? We too!

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