Every year on 17 September, the birth anniversary of Lord Vishwakarma, the divine engineer of the universe, is celebrated. Who is believed to have been born from the churning of the ocean. Lord Vishwakarma is worshiped by artists and craftsmen across the country.
Tools, equipment, machinery are worshiped on this day. In such a situation, here are 10 Bhog ideas, which you can offer to Lord Vishwakarma.
The simple preparation of Moong Dal Khichdi requires only two main ingredients, Moong Dal and rice, which are cooked with salt, turmeric and spices. Desi ghee is poured over Khichdi before offering it to Lord Vishwakarma.
In Hindu tradition, Kheer is made on every auspicious occasion. Rice is cooked with milk; Sugar, cardamom and dry fruits are added.
Bundi laddu is a popular prasad and is offered to many Hindu deities. Boondi is prepared with gram flour and then soaked in sugar syrup which is then shaped into laddus.
Coconut laddus are made with grated coconut, condensed milk, cardamom powder and ghee, and shaped into balls, before garnishing with chopped nuts.
Panchamrit is made by mixing milk, curd, honey, ghee and sugar in equal quantities. It is usually offered as bhog during Hindu religious ceremonies.
It is made by mixing wheat flour, sugar, milk and cardamom powder in solution. Then it is deep fried until it turns golden brown.
Fruits Fruits like banana and apple are popularly used as bhog during puja ceremonies in Hinduism.