On Ganesh Chaturthi, how to make his favorite sweet

I’ve always heard that gulab jamun is a favorite of Lord Ganesh.

Here’s a recipe for you. Or here’s an instructional video to help you celebrate — and maybe get some obstacles removed:

Yum.

And, yes, we’re taking it a little easy this weekend — although a few looks around suggest the yoga/Ashtanga world is fairly quiet. Tim Miller’s website got updated, if you haven’t looked.

If we find any video or photos from the celebration at Broome St. Temple, we’ll post ’em.

Posted by Steve

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