Bhog is the term for the complimentary meals that are provided to everyone who attends the puja, much to the langars that are held in gurudwaras. Bhog has two purposes: it feeds the community and it serves the goddess by being an offering.
Krishna Bhog Thali: It is believed that krishna followers get up early in the morning to begin preparing these bhog ingredients. They think that lord krishna loved these 56 bhog foods, which include a variety of grains, fruits, dried fruits, sweets, beverages, namkeen, and pickles.
Navratri Bhog Thali: On the seventh day, this prasad is presented to both the Goddess and Brahmins. The eighth day is dedicated to worshiping Maa Mahagauri by presenting coconut as bhog. On the ninth and last day of the celebration, maa siddhidatri is given til, or sesame seeds.
Shiv Bhog Thali: Offer lord shiva kheer, the traditional indian dessert made with milk, rice, and almonds, during mahashivratri. he is given panchamrit, a mixture of milk, curd, ghee, honey, and sugar. Pedas, which are little sweet balls prepared from condensed milk, sugar, and cardamom, are another option.
Ganesha Bhog Thali: According to hindu mythology, lord ganesha's favorite food is modak, a sweet dumpling dish made of wheat, jaggery, and coconut. To present the elephant-headed god as bhog, devotees create a variety of modaks, including chocolate, kesar, kaju, motichoor, and khoya modak.
Satyanarayan Bhog Thali: The ingredients used to make satyanarayan puja prasad are bananas, semolina (rava/sooji), sugar, pure ghee, milk, and basil leaves. The sole variation between the sheera/halwa recipe and the satyanarayan mahaprasad dish is the addition of banana and basil (tulsi) leaves.
Sankranti Bhog Thali: On this auspicious day, a variety of sweet and savory delicacies are served. Households prepare dishes such as Til Laddoo, Puran Poli, Khichdi, Pongal, Undhiyu, Gur Halwa, Til Patti, Makar Chaula, Pualo, Payasama, and others.
Lakshmi Bhog Thali: The goddess of food or grains, goddess lakshmi, is often referred to as annapurna. Thus, her all-time favorite dessert is rice kheer. devotees create payasam or kheer, a rice pudding with milk, on various occasions when honoring the goddess. for sweetness, either sugar or jaggery is used.