Take a bowl.
Add all purpose flour and oil into it.
Now add water as required kneed a dough with similar consistency of paratha dough.
Keep the dough cupboard and let it rest for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile in one small bowl mix the milk and saffron.
Keep it aside.
Take a mixing bowl.
Add Mava, roasted besan and sugar powder into it.
Mix it well.
Add Saffron and mix well.
Add Almonds and Pistachio powder.
Mix it well.
Stuffing is ready keep it aside.
Now take a ball of dough and roll into a very thin chapati.
Take a small steel katori and put the stuffing and press it properly so it sets in well.
Invert katori, so stuffing comes out in a proper round shape.
Very gently place in this stuffing between the rolled chapati and cover it with chapati from all sides.
In case of access dough you can discarded it and use it while making next one.
Similarly assemble the remaining ghari.
Heat ghee in frying pan.
Take a big frying spoon, place in one ghari at a time on frying spoon, hold it with one hand and take another spoon and pour the hour ghee on ghari.
Traditionally ghari fried like this.
Fray all the gharies in similar manner and let it cool down for 10 minutes.
Take all fried gharies in one plate.
Pour the jamkhambalia ghee with help of spoon.
You can also use Desi ghee.
After adding ghee, put some dry fruit powder of your choice.
Let it rest for 2-3 hours.
After that serve it.
Surati Ghari is ready to be serve.