Ganeshotsav 2023 will begin on Tuesday, September 19. From this day onwards, people offer various sweets as bhog Prasad to Lord Ganesha. Puran Poli is a traditional sweet flatbread made from wheat flour, chana dal (split chickpeas), jaggery, and various spices. It is often prepared and offered as bhog (sacred offering) or prasad during Ganeshotsav (Ganesh Chaturthi) and other Hindu festivals. As you celebrate Ganeshotsav 2023, we at LatestLY have bought a simple recipe to help you make puran poli as bhog prasad on the fourth day of Ganeshotsav. Ganeshotsav 2023 Day 3 Bhog – Sheera: Easy Recipe To Make Banana Sheera at Home (Watch Video).

Puran Poli is a labour-intensive dish that requires careful preparation and patience. Preparing and offering puran poli is a way of demonstrating deep devotion to Lord Ganesha. Devotees invest time and effort in making this dish as a gesture of their love and respect for the deity. Just like other sweets offered during festivals, puran poli symbolises sweetness and auspiciousness. It is believed to bring joy and good fortune to the lives of devotees. Offering this sweet delicacy is a way of inviting positivity and blessings into one's home. Here is an easy recipe that you can try to make puran poli at your home and offer as bhog prasad to Lord Ganesha during Ganeshotsav 2023. Ganeshotsav 2023 Day 2 Bhog – Motichoor Laddu: Easy Recipe To Make Motichur Ke Ladoo at Home (Watch Video).

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Puran Poli Significance

Puran Poli is a dish with deep cultural and regional significance in India. It varies in preparation style across different states and communities. Offering puran poli during Ganeshotsav is a way of celebrating one's cultural heritage and traditional practices. The ingredients used in puran poli, such as chana dal, jaggery, and spices, represent a balance of flavours. This balance is often seen as a metaphor for life, where both sweet and bitter experiences coexist. Offering puran poli symbolises accepting life's ups and downs and a desire for spiritual harmony. Wishing everyone a Happy Ganeshotsav 2023!

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