Edible Ganesha ?

Come Ganesh Chaturthi and we have Lord Ganesha in any form, in everything. Or, anything can be made into Lord Ganesha.
Before the fever of Ganesh Utsav subsides I must publish these photos, on request of Samaresh, a fellow traveller. I had posted one of the photos on Facebook and he wished to see some more.
The idol is made of biscuits.


Lord Ganesha in biscuits.

Lighting was such that it was difficult to take a good shot. Some close ups ….


One of the foot in salted biscuits.


Lord Ganesha made of Hide & Seek, and other salted biscuits. I can see some Poppins as well.

For more photos please check my Facebook page.

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16 thoughts on “Edible Ganesha ?”

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  2. MagicEye,

    Yes, I agree. They can make anything out of anything. 🙂

    I will say, a silly question. 😛

    How will you pray if you eat it first?

  3. Zhu,
    I don’t think so. Indians are strange that way. They’ll even eat it after worshipping, assuming it to be Prasad. 😀

    Did it come on TV as well?

    I think that’s the best solution to satisfy everybody. 🙂

  4. I wonder how Ganesha feels about being constructed of biscuits. From what I know of him, he is a jolly fellow so perhaps he enjoys being made of a popular yummy substance. That way more will get acquainted with him. And he doesn’t mind being on the Internet. 🙂

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