- Sri Ananta Basudev Temple Prasad
- Mahalaxmi Temple Prasad
- Lord Sani Dev Temple Prasad
- Balighai Jagannath Temple Prasad
- Rupadeipur Jagannath Temple Prasad
- Pahal Jagannath Temple Prasad
- RCM Jagannath Temple Prasad
List of Prasad Online Home Delivery
|Mahur||Saga muga||Potal Rasa|
|Chhena Badi||Mix veg||Dahi Baigan|
|Dahi pachedi||Ambula Rai||Khata|
|Khiri||Rabidi||Pitha & Mitha|
Booking Now Prasad online Home Delivery Bhubaneswar
Ananta Basudev Prasad -11 Items₹295.00
Ananta Basudev Prasad – 20 Items₹550.00
Ananta Basudev Prasad : 6 items₹190.00
BALIGHAI ,Jagannath Mandir Prasad – 13 Items ( Arua Arna,kanika, Dali,Dalama , Besara, Mahura, Saga, Potal, sola/Paneer, pachedi ,Khata, Khiri, Rasagola ) for 1 personProduct on sale
BALIGHAI ,Jagannath Mandir Prasad -9 Items ( Arua Arna, kanika ,Dali,Dalama , Besara, Mahura, Saga, Potal/ Paneer, Khata ) for 1 personProduct on sale
BALIGHAI-Jagannath Mandir Prasad – 5 Items₹135.00
BALIGHAI ,Sri Jagannath Mandir Prasad -6 Items₹135.00
Ananta Basudev Temple Prasad – five items ( Arna, Dali, Saga, Besar, Khata ) for one person only₹145.00
Ananta Basudev Prasad – 6 Items (sadha arna/ Kanika, Dali, Saga, Besar, potal/sola, Khata ) for 1 person₹190.00
|Temple Name||Booking Time||Delivery time||Go|
|Sri Ananta Basudev||Before 11:30 AM||12:30 to 2:30 Pm||View|
|Balighai Jagannath||Before 12:30 PM||11:00 To 2:30||Buy|
|Mahalaxmi Temple||Before 12:30 PM||11:00 To 2:30||BUY|
|Sri sanidev temple||Before 08:30 AM||11:00 To 2:30||BUY|
Prasad online Home Delivery Bhubaneswar and Meaning
There are two varieties of Online Prasad. Sankudi Online Prasad is one, while Sukhila Online Prasad is the other. Both versions are available for purchase in the Grand Temple’s Ananda Bazaar.
Sankudi Online Prasad contains rice, ghee rice, mixed rice, cumin seed, and asaphoetida-ginger rice combined with salt, as well as sweet dal, plain dal mixed with vegetables, several types of mixed curries, Saaga Bhaja’, Khatta, oatmeal, and other foods. All of these are ritualistically presented to the Lord. Every day, it is stated, 56 different varieties of Prasad are served to the Lord during devotion, all of which are produced in the temple kitchens and sold to worshippers in Ananda Bazaar by the Suaras who make the Prasad online Home Delivery Bhubaneswar.
• Shukhila Online Prasad is a dry sweetmeat dessert.
Nirmalya is a sort of dry Online Prasad in addition to Sankudi and Shukhila Online Prasad. Kaibalya is another name for it. Nirmalya is just as necessary as Online Prasad for spiritual recognition. Hindus believe that if Nirmalya is offered to someone on their deathbed, he would find a place in paradise after atonement for all of his sins. In Kaibalya Baikuntha, Nirmalya is widely interpreted as dry rice, i.e. rice that has dried out in the sun. Flowers, sandal paste, garlands, and other reverent offerings to the Lord, as well as the other holy deities seated on Ratnasinmhasan (throne) in the temple, are referred to as Nirmalya after they are removed from the deities, according to the Skanda Purana Prasad online Home Delivery Bhubaneswar.
As a result, Nirmalya refers to any of the divine accompaniments or components that are taken from the Lord and his divine partners.
Lord Vishnu is said to have had a special affection for four sacred sanctuaries located in the four corners of the Indian subcontinent: Puri, Rameswar, Dwarika, and Badrinath. He bathes at Rameswaram, meditates in Badrinath, eats in Puri, and retires in Dwarika, according to legend. As a result, the “Online Prasad” (not merely prasad) served at Puri’s temple is considered to be of ultimate value.
Lord Jagannath redeems the devotees, according to the “Skanda Purana,” by allowing them to partake of His Online Prasad, enjoy His darshan, and adore Him via rites and gifts. Online Prasad is referred to as ‘Anna Brahma’ in this context. The temple kitchen has enough capability to feed a lakh pilgrims in a single day.
Daily food offerings : Prasad online Home Delivery Bhubaneswar.
Only clay pots and fire logs are used to prepare Online Prasad. The steam-cooked food is first given to Lord Jagannath, then to Bimalaa Debi, and finally to Online Prasad. People of all castes and creeds are welcome to partake in this Online Prasad without prejudice. Cooked rice, dal, veggie curries, sweet dishes, and pastries are among the foods available. Sugar, gur, wheat flour, ghee, milk, and cheese (Chenna) are used to make dry confectioneries.
According to legend, when steam cooked food is taken to the Lord in slings of earthen pots, no essence can be detected, but when the food is returned to the selling point (Anand Bazar) after being donated to the Lord, a delightful aroma travels along in the breeze, much to the delight of the devotees. The meal is now blessed.
Online Prasad strengthens human bonds, sanctifies, sacraments, and prepares the departed soul for its ascension.
Online Prasad is sold in the temple’s Anand Bazar, or Happiness Mart, which is located on the north east corner of the temple’s outer enclosure. It is the world’s largest open-air hotel, with thousands of followers purchasing and eating together every day.
During social occasions like as thread ceremonies and weddings, most inhabitants in and around Puri rely on this Online Prasad to amuse their visitors. Online Prasad is served first at all auspicious occasions in Odia Hindu households.