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Nariyal Gola, Coconut Gola, Sukha Nariyal, Dry Coconut, Gari Copra

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Buy Khopra Gola, Coconut Gola, or Nariyal Gola for Puja and Havana online in India. Get fresh, authentic puja ingredients delivered right to your doorstep.

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About this product

  • Hindu puja ceremonies and Havana traditions use Nariyal Gola in important ways.
  • It’s a sign of fertility, safety, and success.
  • It adds flavor and texture to food.
  • Since ancient times, it has been used in Ayurveda to bring the body back into balance.
  • Extracted oil can be put on the skin or taken by mouth to heal the body as a whole.

Sabut Nariyal Use in Puja & Havana

Sukha Nariyal is often used in Hindu puja and Havana ceremonies. The ways that these two different religions use dry coconut are a lot alike. It is an important part of the ritual in both cultures because it represents fertility, safety, and success.

In Hindu puja events, the Gola is a blessing to each god or deity. People think this gift will bring good luck and keep evil spirits away from their homes and families. Hindus also give it to Lord Ganesh as a sign of respect for his ability to eliminate things that get in the way of success.

Copra Use in Cooking

A type of dried coconut called Nariyal Gola is a key ingredient in many Indian recipes. It gives the food a unique taste and feel. Copra can be used in many ways in the kitchen, adding flavor to curries, sauces, and even sweets. It can also be used to make chutneys and sauces or added to rice recipes to make them sweeter and crunchier

Additional information

Brand

Color

Neatural

Dried

Yes

Edible

No

Organic

Yes

Size

Medium

Texture

Whole

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