- Mahaprasad packet includes two laddus, water of Sarayu river, Akshat, betel nut bag and Kalawa
- Mahaprasad prepared keeping in mind the Sanatan tradition
- 20,000 packets of Mahaprasad handed over to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust
By Our Correspondent
Ayodhya: In a few hours from now, the consecration ceremony of Shri Ram Lalla will be taking place at the grand Ram Temple in Ayodhya Dham. The Yogi government has decorated Ayodhya Dham like a bride to make the ceremony grand and divine.
As part of the preparations, the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust has readied ‘Mahaprasad’ for the VIP guests, who will be attending the Pran Pratishtha programme. The Mahaprasad will be given to the guests after Pran Pratistha. Apart from this, food prepared with desi ghee will also being served to the guests on the temple premises.
Mahaprasad prepared from more than 5,000 kgs of ingredients
Mahaprasad is being prepared by Gujarat’s saffron army called ‘Bharti Garvi Gujarat’ and Sant Seva Sansthan under the guidance of Shri Ram Janbhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust. National President of the institute, Kamal Bhai Rawal said that three responsibilities have been assigned to him by the Trust, including preparing Mahaprasad along with making arrangements for the stay and food of the saints.
He added that Mahaprasad has been prepared with more than 5,000 kg of ingredients by a team of about 200 people. Mahaprasad has been prepared from pure desi ghee, gram flour, sugar and five dry fruits. All the ingredients have been prepared by the institute itself to ensure purity of Mahaprasad, he added, pointing out no readymade ingredient from the market has been used.
He added further that more than 20,000 packets of Mahaprasad have been prepared. Each packet contains two laddus, water of Sarayu river, Akshat, betel nut bag and Kalava. The Mahaprasad packet has been prepared keeping in mind the Sanatani tradition. The packet of Mahaprasad was handed over to the Trust by the institute on 21st January.
Satvik vegetarian food will be served to the guests on the temple premises
The Trust is providing food to more than 5,000 saints every day. The Trust has made arrangements for their accommodation at Udaasin Ashram Ranopali. A kit is also being given to the saints, which includes blanket, pillow and sheet. Apart from this, the Trust has made arrangements for the guests’ food on the temple premises. Guests will be served ‘satvik’ vegetarian food along with legume and millet based dishes. These dishes will be prepared by chefs from Varanasi and Delhi. Apart from this, thepla, almond barfi and matar kachori will also be served to the guests.