Delicious Sweets for Ganesh Chaturthi 2023

Ganesh Chaturthi 2023 Date

Ganesh Chaturthi, also called Vinayak Chaturthi or Ganeshotsav, stands as a significant Hindu festival celebrated with great enthusiasm and pomp across the country. This year Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated on Tuesday, September 19th, 2023. According to the Hindu calendar, Vinayak Chaturdashi 2023 will start on Monday, September 18, at 12:39 PM and end at 8:43 PM on Tuesday, September 19. 


Often referred to as Lord Ganesha's favourite treat, this sweet dumpling filled with jaggery and coconut is a staple during the festival. Whether it's the traditional steamed ukadiche modak or the fried version, it's a must-have!

Puran Poli

A sweet flatbread that's a hit, especially in Maharashtra. Made with chana dal, jaggery, and a hint of cardamom, it's a delightful treat that melts in your mouth. 

Besan Ladoo

Golden, round, and absolutely delicious, these are made from gram flour, sugar, and ghee. A classic that never goes out of style!

Rava Ladoo

Semolina-based sweet balls infused with sugar and ghee, these are perfect bite-sized treats for the festival.

Boondi Ladoo

These sweet balls made from tiny gram flour droplets are not just a treat for the taste buds but also a visual delight.

Til Ladoo

Perfect for those who love the nutty flavour of sesame seeds, these laddoos, bound together with jaggery, are both nutritious and tasty.


A South Indian speciality, these are steamed dumplings filled with sweetened coconut and jaggery. Also known as kolukattai, they're a must-try!

Nariyal Ladoo

Delightful balls made from condensed milk and coconut, these are a hit among kids and adults alike.

Ukadiche Modak

Steamed modaks with a soft outer covering and a sweet jaggery and coconut filling inside. Truly divine!

Poha Laddu

Unique and delicious, these sweet balls are made from flattened rice, jaggery, and nuts. A modern twist to the traditional sweets!