Laddu weighing 7,000 kg to be offered to Ganesha in Rajahmundry

Laddu weighing 7,000 kg to be offered to Ganesha in Rajahmundry

By | Sep 9, 2013

A sweet shop owner from Tapeswaram town in East Godavari district has prepared a 7,000 kg laddu to be presented to Lord Ganesha on Vinayaka Chaturthi on Monday. The laddu will be offered at a pandal in Rajahmundry set up by the Rajahmundry Ganesh Utsav Committee .

The sweet shop owner, S Venkateswara Rao, had made mega laddus during the Ganesh festivals in 2011 and 2012 as well. This year’s laddu is said to be the world’s biggest and Venkateswara Rao plans to enter his feat in the Guinness World Records. He spent around Rs 14.80 lakh on the maha laddu, employing 16 workers and using around 2,000 kg of sugar, 2,000 kg of chana dal flour and 1,500 kg of ghee besides other ingredients including cashew and almonds weighing 1,500 kg.

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