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Mahaprasad

Mahaprasad

After Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra have been given various food items at the Jagannath Temple and are dedicated to Bimala, it is called Mahaprasad (also known as Abadha). It is called abadha (it is not enlarged) because it is offered to the Thakurs in a single hut without being enlarged. The two wells in the temple, the Ganges and the Yamuna, are immersed in water. According to historical records, Yayati Keshari started Annamahaprasad at the temple. While the Shankhudi Bhoga is being made inside the temple, the Nishankhudi Bhoga is made outside the temple. Dry Bhoga or cold bhoga is done in the big temple, on the chariot and in the Srigundicha temple. More than four monasteries or shrines have been affected by the shells, but the tradition has been around for 80 years. E. Mahaprasad means the offering of Mahaprabhu Sreejagnath prepared in the temple. It is believed that its use liberates human beings. It does no harm to the human body. Looking at the cooking style of the Mahaprasad, it is known that it is made entirely of bumps. The chops are not left out of the family used in cooking. Supermarkets make such offerings based on scientific principles. Everyone needs to know how Ayurveda is practiced in the service of Lord Shree Gannath. As the Mahaprasad is cooked and prepared according to the Ayurvedic method, no one came to the notice that it was sick. It is forbidden to use any oil, hot spices, postcards and other stimulants other than ghee in the preparation of Mahaprasad. It is characterized by Ayurveda. Discussing its miracles, one can see how a person consumed Mahaprasad and healed the intestinal ulcers in his abdomen. The greatness of Ayurveda is especially discussed and discussed. Shri Gannath’s Mahaprasad is cooked only in clay pots. In this regard, the pottery is the best for Pak or Prasad consumption. According to the Srimandir’s autobiography, the potter appoints pottery makers and supplies them to the Srimandir for the preparation of the Mahaprasad. The pottery used in the temple is usually divided into 3 parts. 1- Pahanti Tad 2- Mud Mud, 3 Chati Tad, 4 types of Sara- Bada, Puli, Pali and Pata are used. It is legal that the color of the pottery to be prepared should be red. The tenth verse from the ninth verse to the thirteenth verse of the tenth chapter of the Bamdev Samhita is specially described in connection with the Pak potable pottery. The classical system of preparation of the Mahaprasad is completely followed. Only the pottery is said to be good and acceptable in the preparation of the Mahaprasad. There is no problem. According to Ayurveda, cooking in the pottery, dishes are always delicious and good for health. The greatness of the pottery is described in the Skanda Puranas. The role of Ayurveda in the service of Shri Gannath is very important. The preparation of Mahaprasad emphasizes the tree or wood. The wood that is used as fuel is usually thorny, milky and lightning-like and insect-free. Which wood is more suitable and acceptable for the kitchen? It is mentioned in the “Bamdev Samhita” – (9/10). The need for holy and pure water is very important in the preparation of Mahaprasad. So there are two wells in the north called Ganga and Yamuna for the kitchen of the temple. There are no chemical defects. The water of the Ganges and Yamuna wells is healthy, tasty and delicious. , Bhogei, bahuda etc. are used in the cooking of the Mahaprabhu’s Mahaprasad. In the preparation of the Mahaprasad, the textile family is accepted, which pays special attention to the protection of the human body. Visible.

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