Ganesha Loves Modaks

Ganesha Loves Modaks

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Lord Ganesha, one of the most popular deities in Hinduism has often been painted with some laddoos that symbolizes his young nature. It is belied that he is immensely pleased if given some mudaks. A modaka is a sweet puff made from rice flour that is shaped like a fig and is stuffed with jaggery and grated coconut. It is believed that once when Lord Ganesha on his birth day was visiting various pandals, many devotees were asking to fulfill their mundane wishes. But one devotee with pure heart while offering some mudakas said, “Lord Ganesha thank you for the blessings showered upon me. In you I trust.” Lord Ganesha just wanted to listened to that. He was greatly impressed and ate some laddoos. He found the mudakas the sweetest one as the devotee was offering with a pure heart. This is why mudakas still remain his favourite The batik painting is a classic example of the mature use of colours and patters by the painter. The method of dewaxing in almost all the Batik forms of painting gives the painting a unique colour effect, though the process may be little bit more tedious. His body, the jewelleries, drapery all has been treated with typical Batik colours.

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Lord Ganesha, one of the most popular deities in Hinduism has often been painted with some laddoos that symbolizes his young nature. It is belied that he is immensely pleased if given some mudaks. A modaka is a sweet puff made from rice flour that is shaped like a fig and is stuffed with jaggery and grated coconut. It is believed that once when Lord Ganesha on his birth day was visiting various pandals, many devotees were asking to fulfill their mundane wishes. But one devotee with pure heart while offering some mudakas said, “Lord Ganesha thank you for the blessings showered upon me. In you I trust.” Lord Ganesha just wanted to listened to that. He was greatly impressed and ate some laddoos. He found the mudakas the sweetest one as the devotee was offering with a pure heart. This is why mudakas still remain his favourite The batik painting is a classic example of the mature use of colours and patters by the painter. The method of dewaxing in almost all the Batik forms of painting gives the painting a unique colour effect, though the process may be little bit more tedious. His body, the jewelleries, drapery all has been treated with typical Batik colours.

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