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Amba Ji Navratri Prasad + Golden Poster + Durga Idol , Variant - Online Prasad, OnlinePrasad.com

Amba Ji Navratri Prasad + Golden Poster + Durga Idol

  • Rs. 751


Maha Navratri 2016

With lots of Blessings get Maha Navratri Prasad from Amba Ji Temple, Gujarat 

Amba Mataji Temple is one of the major Shakti Peeths in India. There is no idol installed inside the temple. The Goddess is worshipped in the form of sacred "Shree Visa Yantra". Maa Amba is a form of Goddess Durga. 

 

Celebrate this Navratri in a very special way. Make your offering at Ambaji Shaktipeeth and get Prasad at home! 

 

In this combo: You get Prasad along with Ma Durga's idol (gold-plated) for your pooja mandir and a beautiful shimmering gold framable poster of Ma Durga. You have an option of choosing Gangajal instead of Poster.

We will make the offering at Ambaji Shaktipeeth on your behalf and send the Prasad to your home, at no extra home delivery charge!  

Now, get Prasad blessings from very auspicious Shakti Peeth - Amba Mataji Temple:

You get- 

  • Mohan Thal (famous prasad of Ambaji mandir) ,
  • Mixture of makkhandana and toffee,
  • Sacred sindoor of Mata and
  • Raksha sutra for your protection

Book Now to get the following items with Prasad - Ma Durga's idol (gold-plated) for your pooja mandir and a beautiful shimmering gold framable poster of Ma Durga. You have an option of choosing Gangajal instead of Poster(to replace poster with Gangajal - simply drop us an email with your name and order id).

 To get Prasad at home, simply click on the Buy Now button given above.

 

About

The Gold Plated Holy Shakti Visa Shree Yantra is installed in the simple cave like Gokh in the inner wall of the temple. The Shree Yantra is designed in a kurma back convex shape and '51 Bij' letters are inscribed on it. The Yantra is placed in such a way that it is visible for devotion but no one is allowed to see it with naked eyes. The photography is prohibited inside the temple. The Visa Shree Yantra is worshipped only after tying a bandage on the eyes.

Thousands of devotees flock to the temple to get a glimpse of Maa every year, especially on the days of Purnima (full moon day). A huge Bhadarvi purnima (full moon day) Fair is held in the month of July-August at the temple every year. The temple view during this Mela is very mesmerising as whole Amba Ji temple is lighted with beautiful lightings, diyas etc at that time.


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