Dussehra 2021: Prasad Bhog To Serve After Puja

Today as we mark the last day of Navratri, the preparations for Dussehra are filled with excitement and ardour. Dussehra also lines with the end of the Bengali festival of Durga Puja. So, after the day’s celebrations don’t forget to serve some delicious bhog to end your Dussehra puja. 

Follow along, to make some perfect bhog that could appease the gods. From halwas to malpua to kheer, we have some great recipes in store for you. 


It is believed that offering milk or kheer to goddesses is considered auspicious as it is one of Durga maa’s favourites. A rice or sabudana kheer is perfect for this event as Bhog. Bengali Chaler Payesh is another name for rice kheer prepared as bhog during Durga Puja. 


Another easy-to-make bhog is the Panchamrit. The Panchamrit is made up of two words Pancha meaning five and Amrut meaning divine nectar of gods. Panchamrit is a concoction of five ingredients that is curd, milk, sugar, honey and ghee. It is, in fact, called the drink of Gods. This is must serve after puja. 


An orange flavoured Rajbhog, this dessert is made from suji and is the cheeseball version of the roshogolla. Made using saffron, this is one decadent bhog. It is also a little difficult to make so you want to start preparing this a day before the puja.


Pancake like gulab jamun, Malpua is sweet and delectable bhog to concoct this Dussehra. To make this falahari, replace the wheat flour with a combination of mawa and singhare ka atta. This festive delight can also be made tropical with the addition of grated coconut. 

Besan ka Halwa

A classic Indian dessert recipe, the besan ka halwa is a simple bhog to prepare especially if you are a beginner. Perhaps the most sought after bhog for Dussehra Puja, this is sure to impress the gods and also your loved ones.