Crush the nuts coarsely and keep aside.
Remove the seeds from kharik/dried dates and grind to make a fine powder
Take a heavy bottom wide deep pan and add 4 tbsp of ghee in it.
When ghee become hot then lower the flame to medium and add 1/3 portion of the gum in it and fry . then gum will swell up like popcorn, fry till all the pieces swell up.
Remove the fried gum in a plate. repeat the process twice to fry the remaining gum.you have to fry the total gum in 3 batches,if you add THE whole gum together then it may not roast well and remain uncooked from the center.
When you finish frying all the gum ,take all the fried gum in a plate and let it come down to room temperature and then slightly crush the fried gum with the back of a big spoon.(crushing is optional,you can grind it, crush it or use as it is - it depend on your personal preference)
Add 1.5 cup ghee in the pan and add the wheat flour in it. stir fry the flour on low heat and keep stirring the flour continuously else it may burn from the bottom.
Keep stirring till the flour become nice golden in colour and start giving a nice aroma.(over roasting should also be avoided as it will taste bitter on over roasting)
Now switch off the flame and add the crushed nuts and the grated coconut in the pan and keep stirring ,the nuts get roasted in the hot flour.
Let the roasted flour temperature comes down and when it is still slight warm then add the crushed gum/gond,kharik powder and the ginger powder and mix.
Add the bura or the castor sugar and mix well.
Make small size laddoo from the mixture. If you have difficulity in making ladoo then add 2-3 tsp melted ghee in the mixture and then make ladoo.
Store in a air tight jar after few hours.
You can make any size of ladoo as per your choice or just store the mixture in a box or jar and take few tbsp mixture daily with milk.