The Balapur Ganesh Laddu is a laddu prasad that is auctioned every year in Hyderabad on the occasion of Ganpati Visarjan. The auspicious offering received its highest bid till date during the Ganesh immersion proceedings on September 5, 2017. The Balapur Ganesh Laddu was auctioned for Rs 15.60 lakhs this year, and this bid for the sweet prasad has left everyone stunned. The auction of the laddu in the Balapur Ganpati pandal near Hyderabad has been an annual tradition. The open auction has several businessmen from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana offering their bids. Picture of Muslims Praying Inside Mumbai Ganesh Pandal Will Make Every Indian Proud.Also Read - Hyderabad’s Balapur Ganesh Laddu Weighing 21kgs Fetches Rs 17.6 Lakh in Auction, Prasad Gets Highest Bid in Ganpati Visarjan 2019

The tradition of auctioning the laddu at Balapur began in 1994 when the first laddu prasad was auctioned for Rs 450. The bidding rate has been increasing every since and every year businessmen and adherent followers of Lord Ganesha raise bids in the hopes of getting the holy prasad. The Balapur Ganesh Laddu is rumoured to bring good luck to the buyer. Tirupati Reddy bagged the Balapur Ganesh Laddu at the auction that was held before the Ganesh Visarjan on the day of Anant Chaturdashi. Ganesh Aarti Video Featuring Robotic Hand is Most Beautiful Sight This Ganesh Utsav 2017. Also Read - Ananta Chaturdashi 2018: Best Ganpati Messages, WhatsApp And Facebook Status, Quotes, Wishes, SMSes And Greetings to Share

The Balapur Ganesh Laddu had received a bidding of Rs 14.65 lakhs last year. This was the 23rd year of the auction and inspired by the Balapur Ganesh Panda;, several other organisers have also started the auction of prasad. The Balapur Ganesh Laddu is also called as the ‘Bangaru (gold) laddu’ by the localities who believe this prasad to be a good omen. In addition to the Balapur Laddu auction, other prasad auctions were also conducted in several Ganpati pandals in Hyderabad. Two Ganesh Pandals in the Srikakulam area of Andhra Pradesh auctioned their prasads for Rs 1.6 lakhs and Rs 80000 respectively. Also Read - Randeep Hooda Cleans Up Juhu Beach After Ganesh Visarjan - Check Out Pics