Also known as Nakul Dana, Elaichi Dana, Sugar balls.
Nakul Dana, or Elaichi Dana, is a traditional prasad popularly used for religious ceremonies and festivals in India. It is a small, white pebble-like sweet made from sugar and has an elaichi (cardamom) flavour. The dana is offered at temples and other places of worship during puja ceremonies, rituals, special occasions and festivals.
The dana symbolizes divine blessing, prosperity and health when offered as prasad during religious festivals and ceremonies. The origins of Nakul Dana are unknown, but it is believed that the earliest reference to such a sweet was found in ancient Hindu scriptures. It has since become an integral part of many Indian cultures and traditions.
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