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Of all the Hindu gods (and there are crores of them), Lord Ganesha holds a place that people across India love and admire. Known for his wisdom and benevolence, the child of Lord Shiva and Devi Parvati is a marker of all things auspicious.
But the thing about Ganesha that appeals to people the most are the stories weaved around him, including those that describe his love for all things delicious.
Clearly, Ganesha loves all things sweet, and his ample belly is proof of that. You wouldn't find a single idol or painting of his without a laddoo on one of his four hands. Yes, he clearly loves motichoor laddoos--the Indian sweet made with saffron-infused and aromatic, tiny boondi.
Of course Ganesha also loves other sorts of laddoos and pedhas, but the vibrant colour and taste of motichoor laddoos makes them stand out as his favourites. No wonder a bhog for Ganesha always includes motichoor laddoos. 🐘🙏🍡 Source: Indiatoday.in 🇮🇳
The Vela Supernova Remnant🚀 Created by a star that exploded 12,000 years ago about 800 light years away. Back in 1968, astronomers observed its neutron star Vela; which became evidence that neutron stars form supernovae; after they “shrink” and explode. This supernova remnant is one of the closest to us.
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