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Tuesday, 30 August 2022

Ganesh Chaturthi 2022


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Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi Or Vinayaka Chavithi is a Hindu festival celebrating the arrival of Lord Ganesha to earth from Kailash Parvat with his mother Parvati/Gauri.

Shree Ganesha is one of the most reviewed gods. He is worshipped first in every puja before starting any essential works. He is fondly known as " Lord Of All Beginnings", "The Lord Of Wisdom" & Intelligence, and he is the divine son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi.

"Ganesh Chaturthi " is the festival celebrating the rebirth of God Ganesha. The birth of the lord Ganesha has an interesting story. Lord Ganesha was created by Goddess Parvati. She molded him from the turmeric and gave it life. She then asked him to stand by the door of her palace as she want to bathe and told him not to let anyone in.  When her own husband, the great God Shiva tried to enter the human form and barred his path. Lord Shiva got angry for being denied entry into his own house and beheaded the boy in the battle between the boy and lord shiva. But he immediately felt guilty and he knew his wife would be furious. So he sent his men to bring back the head of the first creature they came across. They met an elephant with one tusk who happily sacrificed his head for the honor. Shiva bought Ganesha back to life and thus his story is considered one of rebirth and regeneration.

This is a festival celebrated for 10 days. The festival starts with purchasing puja items or accessories and the clay idols of lord Ganesha to home, or to the pandal. The Ganesh Murti is brought home or to the pandal a day before or on the same day. Families decorate a small, clean portion of the house with flowers and other colorful items before placing the idol. We place the idol, then it and its place is decorated with flowers, plants, fruits, and other materials. Then the puja is done along with chants of holy mantras during a certain auspicious period of the day by offering the favorite prasad to the lord Ganesha.

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And on the last day of the festival i.e on the 10th day, the tradition of Ganesh Visarjan/Nimajjanam takes place. On this day immersion of lord Ganesh's idols take place in a river, sea, or water body believing that lord Ganesha returns to Mount Kailash to join his parents Lord Shiva and Goddes Parvati. And it is also believed that when the idol of the Ganesha is taken out for immersion, it also takes away with it the various obstacles of the house and these obstacles are destroyed along with the Visarjan/Nimajjanam.

Ganesh Chaturthi is here and it is the time to indulge in some festive fervor with your loved ones to celebrate this 10-day long festival, with an amazing lip-smacking delicacy and a curated list of recipes. Check out the below to feast on a lot of festive food in Ganesh Chaturthi from sweets like Modak, and Thalikala Payasam, to dishes with Tummi Kura, Puliyogare, Bagara Rice, Mirchi Masala, and the recipes with Raw Tamarind to snacks such as Vada, Mirchi Bajji and more. Each recipe has its own importance and story.

Modak ( Click Here )

As per Hindu scriptures, once Lord Shiva visited Anusuya at her home in the forest along with Goddess Parvati and Lord Ganesha. On their visit, Anusuya first served food to Lord Ganesha and she said that she would serve Lord Shiva only once Ganesha’s hunger is satiated. During the meal, she served him a single piece of sweet food. Lord Ganesha gave a sign of fullness with a loud burp after eating the sweet food. Interestingly, the moment Ganesh burped, Lord Shiva also burped not once but 21 times. As per scriptures, when Lord Shiva burped 21 times and Goddess Parvati got to know that it was Modak that satiated both of them, that's when she expressed a wish that devotees of Ganpati will always offer 21 Modaks to him. Modaks are Lord Ganesha's favorite foods so much so that he is also known as ‘Modapriya'.

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Thaalikala Payasam(Click Here )

Thalikala Payasam is one of the traditional and authentic desserts of Telangana cuisine which is specially made only on Ganesh Chaturthi. Thalikalu means the Telugu word for Noodles. Payasam Means Pudding or Kheer. One can prepare this sweet either with wheat flour or even with rice flour but, we usually do this with the combination of both flours. We prepare handmade Thalikalu( noodles ) with wheat flour and then cook in boiling water and later thickened with rice flour, and sweetened with Jaggery/ sugar, and topped with roasted dry fruits. Ofcourse it takes quite a lot of time to make this dish but all the efforts pay off after tasting the dish.

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Tummikura Pappu ( Click Here )

Tummi Kura also known as Leucas Aspera is typically found in open, sandy soil and is abundant in areas with waste, especially during the rainy season. This is seen throughout India and is considered to be a weed or unnecessary grass and is removed. The Tummi Kura leaves as well as flowers, both are considered for medicinal purposes. This is usually prepared on Ganesh Chaturthi as it is considered the favorite food of Lord Ganesha. And the flower is known to be a favorite of Lord Shiva and Lord Ganesh.
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Puliyogare ( Temple Style Pulihora ) Click Here

Pulugare is simple tamarind rice done by tempering precooked rice with spicy and flavourful tamarind paste. Puliyogare or simple lemon rice is a very common and traditional rice preparation in South India. This recipe is usually served in temples and on any special occasion and for offering to god as Prasadam.

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Mirchi Masala ( Click Here )

Mirchi ka salan is a popular recipe that is served along with biryanis in many Indian restaurants and at functions.Salan is curry and Mirchi refers to chilies, and this recipe of salan is the perfect accompaniment to an aromatic, flavourful biryani. Mirchi ka salan is one of the spicy, tangy recipes usually done with roasted peanuts or sesame gravy. Why always Mirchi ka salan with biryani? Try this recipe of Mirchi masala and I am sure you will never feel guilty that you had the wrong paired up with the biryani or bagara rice.

Mirchi bajji also called Mirapakaaya bajji is one of the popular street food in a cool climate. This is one of the most loved snacks during the monsoon and is popularly done snacks during Indian weddings, festivals or at functions. The Mirchi that we use to make the bajji itself will give a slight spicy kick to the bajji and the delicious fillings inside balance all the other flavors to make it the perfect evening snack.

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Bagara rice ( Click Here )

The very first thought we usually get when we heard Hyderabad cuisine, will remind us of delicious biryani, haleem, lukhmi, and Qubani-ka-Meetha. Hyderabad cuisines have a rich, extensive royal saga that lies in the history of nizams. Hyderabad cuisines are usually restricted to a few royal dishes mostly rich in aromatic spices and strong flavors.

Apart from those, another rice recipe in Hyderabad is bagara rice. It is one of the popular rice dishes of Hyderabad, Telangana. It is basically a bowl of spiced rice without added vegetables, or meat, the recipe only adds basic tadka of whole spices which is usually paired up with Mirchi ka salan or aloo korma or any masala-based curry. The dish is widely prepared during weddings, festivals, and social functions and holds a firm position in a vegetarian spread.

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