On the occasion of Bhoomi Pujan for construction of Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya on August 5, Mahavir Temple of Patna is making special laddus. Actually, on the occasion of Bhoomi Pujan ceremony, Prasad of Naivedyam Laddu will be distributed on behalf of Mahavir Temple of Patna. For this, 1.25 lakh laddus are being prepared in Ayodhya.
Special modal for Ramlala
Pure ghee of cow’s milk has been sourced from Bengaluru for this special laddu and the Raja brand gram flour comes from Australia. Special saffron is delivered from Pulwama in Kashmir, while cardamom, cashew and raisins have been sourced from Kerala. These laddus have got sweetness from sugar made in mills of Uttar Pradesh. Laddoo cans have been sent from Patna. Please tell that the saffron of Pulwama is very valuable.
Acharya Kishore Kunal, secretary of Mahavir Temple Trust, told that Naivedyam will be distributed in the name of Raghupati Laddu in Ayodhya. In Ayodhya, skilled craftsmen from Tirupati have started making laddus. If needed, more modaks will be made.
Let us know that Mahavir Temple Trust is taking an active part in the construction of Ram temple. Acharya Kishore Kunal told Aaj Tak that Mahavir Place Trust Committee is giving two crore rupees for the construction of the temple. According to the report, if the ‘Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Tirthakshetra’ will give opportunity to Mahavir Trust for Golden Service, then the throne along with the sanctum sanctorum and its gate will also be made of gold gemstone.