Modak is an Indian sweet, usually associated with Ganesh Chaturthi and other festivals. According to the Hindu belief, it is considered one of the favourite dishes of Lord Ganesha and is thus used in prayers and other religious rituals. The word “Modak” comes from Sanskrit, which means “small part of Bliss”. In Japanese culture, a sweet similar to Modak and known locally as kangidan is offered to god Kangiten, who is also known as Binayaka and is Buddhist equivalent of Ganesha.
200g (approx 5-6 pcs in different flavours)
Low – Moderate
Coconut, Cashew, Almonds, Cocoa Powder, Jaggery, Dates, Milk, Saffron, Almonds, Pistachio, Ghee
Contains Milk (or milk based products), and Tree Nuts (Cashews, Almonds, Pistachio)
5-7 Days. Store in a cool and dry place
Divine Bites does not use any artificial colours or preservatives in products. The actual colour might slightly vary depending on Cocoa Powder, Saffron and other ingredients.