What’s Inside Ayodhya Ram Mandir’s Special Prasad Boxes Curated For Invitees?

The special prasad boxes curated for invitees of Ayodhya's Ram Mandir have at least 7 food items.

by Sanjana Shenoy
What’s Inside Ayodhya Ram Mandir’s Special Prasad Boxes Curated For Invitees?

As Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir Pran Prathishta concluded, the mega event which is written down in history was witnessed live by esteemed guests from the world of politics, entertainment, sports and more. To celebrate the auspicious moment, special prasad boxes are curated for invitees. Here’s what’s inside these special prasad boxes.

Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir Invitees Get Special Prasad Boxes With Chikki, Laddoo & More

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According to a TOI report, a special prasad box will be handed out to invitees of Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir’s Pran Prathishta ceremony. After the Pran Prathishta ceremony, devotees will be given these special prasad boxes which will have at least seven delectable items. The Temple Trust placed an order for 15,000 prasad boxes to Chhappan Bhog, a famous sweet shop in Lucknow.

The sweet shop after taking the order from the Temple Trust, refused to take any money for it.  This box contains at least seven delectable items. Here are the sweets and other items of religious significance beautifully enclosed in these boxes.

  • Gur Revdi
  • Ramdana Chikki
  • Tulsi Dal
  • Ghee Mawa Laddoos
  • Cardamom Sweets
  • Akshat and Roli
  • Ram Diya
  • Cashew
  • Makhana
  • Almond
  • Raisins
  • Potato Chips

The saffron-coloured prasad box has the logos of Hanuman Garhi and Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust on it. This prasad box is placed in specially designed bags.

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Invitees To Relish Sattvic Meal For Lunch

Moreover, guests will be given Maha Prasad and Sattvic food prepared in ghee. The Maha Prasad is being prepared using over 5000 kg of ingredients by a team of 200 people. Ingredients like desi ghee, gram flour, sugar and dry fruits are used to prepare this Maha Prasad. Gujarat-based Bharti Garvi Gujarat and Sant Seva Sanstha under the guidance of the Temple Trust are preparing this Maha Prasad.

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The Sattvic lunch meal will include delicious millet-based dishes. A report by Times Now states that some of the dishes on the Sattvic lunch menu are Matar Kachori, Theplas, Almond Barfi and more.

So folks, how are you celebrating the Pran Prathishta ceremony of Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir? Are you preparing any prasad at home?

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