Kopara Modak is a traditional Indian sweet dumpling that is commonly prepared during the festive season of Ganesh Chaturthi. It is made with a filling of grated coconut, jaggery, and cardamom, which is then stuffed into a rice flour-based outer covering. The modaks are shaped into small, cone-like structures and steamed until they become soft and tender. Kopara Modak has a rich and sweet coconut flavor, with the jaggery adding a caramel-like sweetness. It is often garnished with saffron strands or chopped nuts for an extra touch of decoration and flavor. Kopara Modak is considered a favorite offering to Lord Ganesha and is enjoyed as a delightful sweet treat by people of all ages.