Which offering should be made to which Deity?

The ritual of offering food holds special importance in our society, especially in religious worship. According to this custom, various types of offerings are offered to different deities, which pleases them and brings blessings to the devotee. Here are the customs of offering bhog to the following deities:

  • Ganesha likes modak, laddu or boondi laddus.
  • Shri Ramji likes kheer and kalakand containing saffron.
  • Lord Vishnu likes to offer raisins and gooseberry.
  • Lord Shiva is offered Bhang and Panchamrit.
  • Goddess Lakshmi likes white and yellow sweets.
  • Kheer, Malpua, sweet pudding and sweets are offered to Maa Durga.
  • Milk, Panchamrit, curd, butter and white sesame laddus are offered to Goddess Saraswati.
  • Lord Krishna is offered butter and sugar candy.
  • Mata Kali is offered pudding, puri, liquor and milk.
  • Hanumanji likes Bundi laddus and sweets. Hanuman ji should be offered milk or white items like barfi etc. on Saturday.

In religious tradition, these offerings are offered to Gods and Goddesses to seek their blessings. While praying this, devotees offer food to their favorite deities, which gives them peace, satisfaction and prosperity.

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