#Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog: Celebrate Gannu Baba’s Birthday With Special Bhog Sweets

Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog
Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog

Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog: List Of Naivedhyam or Bhog For Lord Ganesha

Hii Foodies!!! How are you all??? A happy Ganesh Chaturthi To all our foodies. As you all know Ganesh Chaturthi (also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi) is a Hindu festival celebrating the arrival of Lord Ganesh to earth. The festival is marked with the installation of Ganesh clay idols. With all the fun and celebrations our festivals are never complete without mithai or sweets and so do Ganesh Chaturthi. In fact do you know lord ganesha is fond of sweets? Modaks and ladoos are the favorite sweets of lord ganesha and often served as naivedhyam or bhog to lord ganesha. Today we bring to you a list of homemade Ganesh Chaturthi bhog you can make at home and offer to your gannu baba for 10 days. These bhogs are easy to make and extremely delicious. So, read popular sweets which can be made apart from modaks, during Ganesh Chaturthi festival.

Here We Go For Our Special Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog


It is believed that Modak is Bhagwan Ganesha’s favorite sweet hence he is also called “Modakpriya”.

Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog
Modak Bhog


This milk based, delicious Indian dessert is made on festivals and special occasions and is the best way to celebrate in Indian homes.

Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog – Rabri

Chenna Murki

Chenna Murki is a sweet made in many states such as Odisha. It comes from an Indian version of cottage cheese, milk and sugar.

Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog – Chenna Murki


Kalakand is a sweet cuisine of Uttar Pradesh. It is indeed one of the popular Indian sweets.

Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog – Kalakand

Milk Cake

Of all the popular desserts, milk cake is most preferred on special occasions and festivals. It’s a grainy dessert that quickly finds a place in your mouth.

Milk Cake Bhog

Mathura Peda

Mathura peda is a North Indian sweet dish that is one of the mawa sweet varieties. Mathura peda is so famous in India that Mathura acts as a brand name for peda sweets.

Mathura Peda Bhog

Motichoor Laddoo

What about making Motichoor Laddoo to offer this Ganesh Chaturthi. Again if you have a pooja or any religious activity at home, then these motichoor ladoos can be a good option for prashad to the devotees.

Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog – Motichoor Laddoo

Coconut Ladoo

Coconut Ladoo is a savory round or ball-shaped Indian sweet prepared from fresh or desiccated coconut powder with milk and sugar.

Ganesh Chaturthi Bhog – Modak

Besan Ladoo

Besan Ladoo are creamy dessert balls, which are often made during festivals and special occasions. It is a popular Indian sweet made from gram flour and sugar.

Besan Ladoo Bhog

Kaju Katli

Kaju Katli is a sweet thin piece of kaju, which is one of the most bought sweets from the sweet shops. Kaju katli is not just a sweet but a palate’s love.

Kaju Katli Bhog

May Lord Ganesha Gives You All Reasons To Be Happy and Wealthy

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