The festival of Ganeshotsav 2019 is ongoing and while in several household celebrations may have ended, the Ganpati pandals are still having the festivities in all fervour. Most people keep Ganpati idols at home for one and a half, three, seven days. Public pandals organise the festival for all 11 days. On occasion of Ganeshotsav, each day a special delicacy is prepared. While modaks and sweets are made as prasad for each day, there is a special bhog prepared for devotees too. On this day, we give you the recipe of traditional dish Katachi Amti. It is a special spicy dal prepared in Maharashtra.
Katachi Amti is often prepared as an accompaniment with Puran Poli. It is made with a stock of chana dal and the ways to prepare this dish. It is a mix of spicy, hot and tangy taste, which tantalizes your taste buds. Ganeshotsav 2019, Motichoor Laddoo Recipe For Day 8: How to Make Laddoo at Home During The Ganpati Festival (Watch Video).
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Ganeshotsav is a very significant festival in the country and people all over await the arrival of this time. People eagerly welcome the Lord into their homes and perform worship for a specific number of days. Ganeshotsav will end on the day Anant Chaturdashi on September 12, when all the idols of Lord Ganesha will be immersed.