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.

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Lord Ganesha in biscuits.

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

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One of the foot in salted biscuits.

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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 ?

  1. MagicEye,
    Yup.

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

    Sankara,
    I will say, a silly question. 😛

    How will you pray if you eat it first?

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

    Arti,
    Did it come on TV as well?

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

  3. 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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