Take 1 cup of flour in a bowl andadd pinch of baking soda and mix well.
Next add ghee into the mixture and mix it well with your palm until the mixture appears crumb like texture.
Now add water using a teaspoon little by little as the dough has to be hard in texture and it will have cracks unlike the smooth dough of Poori.
Next take the dough on a flat kitchen platform and spread it in circle shape by tapping with your fingers.
Now take a knife and cut the circleinto half circle and further make halves of the half circles.
At present, you have four pieces of dough and stack them on each other so again it formed dough ball.
Now repeat step 4 to 6 for 4 to 5 times. This will create the layers inside goja.
After repeating those steps now spread the dough ball in a square shape with a 1/2 or quarter inch thickness and cut it into square or rectangular pieces.
Heat oil in a wok and add few rectangular pieces in the oil and slowly fry them till they are golden from all sides.
Now take them out from the oil and allow to cool for sometime before adding them to the sugar syrup.
Allow to soak them in sugar syrup for15 to 20 minutes and take them out and serve.