In Sikhism, Karah is a type of semolina halva made with equal portions of whole-wheat flour, clarified butter, and sugar. It is offered to all visitors to the Darbar Sahib in a Gurdwara. It is regarded as a treat for attendees of gurmat seminars. It has the same amount of whole-wheat flour, clarified butter and sugar, to emphasize the equality of men and women. The Sewadar serves it out of the same bowl to everyone in equal portions. The Karah is a sacred food; if it is not accepted, it may be interpreted by some Sikhs as an insult. Karah is also taken at the initiation ceremony of Amrit Sanchar at the very end where it is shared out equally among all. It is a symbol showing that everyone is equal. Source : Wikipedia
I have never visited a Gurudwara but have been fortunate enough to taste this sacred Kada Prasad. Ever since i have been desperately wanting to make this at home. Though many would call it as Atta Halwa but the ration between the two is different. Kada Prasad is the only prasad made with three simple ingredients, without any cardamom, saffron or nuts for additional flavor yet tastes the most amazing halwa on the planet. I would strongly put my point here that everyone in life should once have this kada prasad and experience it.
Sharing the recipe below where i have used semolina to add tat nutty texture to the halwa, but if you are using coarsely ground wheat flour then you can skip semolina from the recipe.