Take a handful of gondh (edible gum). These look like tiny stones - you should get them in Indian stores. Many people refer to it as 'dink'. Suppose to be very good for lactating mothers and is usually added to their diet in some form or the other.
Take 1 cup of dry fruits. You can use almonds, walnuts, cashew, raisins, apricot or any other type you can put your hands on. I in fact picked some from a trail mix I found at home. Grind the dry fruits to fine powder like this.
Take some khaskhas (poppy seeds) and fry them in ghee.
To that add 1 cup wheat flour. You can also use fine rava in place of wheat flour. Once you get the 'roasted' smell of the flour/rava, put aside the mixture to cool down.
Keep looking for the consistency of the mixture. Once it is as thick as 'one string' when you take a drop between your thumbs (see in picture), you need to stop heating the mixture.
1 cup dry fruits
2 tbsp dink
1 1/2 cup jaggery
1/2 cup water (for jaggery syrup)
1/2 cup dessicated coconut
2 tbsp poppy seeds (khas khas)
2 tbsp ghee
Minor modification - Last week I went to help a seva group to make similar ladoos like these. Interestingly similar ingredients were used. No dink of course. But no jaggery syrup!. Instead dates were ground to fine paste and cooked in ghee and brown sugar. To that all the dry fruits powder was added. After making the ladoos out of the mixture, they were rolled over dessicated coconut. These ladoos were MIND BLOWING too!