Salasar Balaji Prasad, Salasar
With lots of Blessings get Prasad from Salasar Balaji temple, Salasar, Rajasthan
A widely followed practice is the offering of food (weighing up to 50 kg) by the devotees to their deity, referred to as Savamani. The term "Savamani" is derived from the word "Sava" meaning one and a quarter in Hindi and the word "Mun" or "Maund", a mass unit weighing ~51kg. Several delicacies like Dal, Baati, Churma, Boondi, Peda & Laddu is chosen for Savamani. The food after first being offered to the deity, is later used as part of family celebrations, distributed over to family and relatives or donated to the needy.
Chirawa Peda is offered as Prasad to Balaji at Balaji Mandir, Salasar.
Initially as small as a hut, the temple of Salasar Balaji is presently considered as a Shakti Sthal (a place of power) and Swayambhu (self creation) by faith, belief, miracles and wish fulfillments of the devotees. The place has become a must visit pilgrimage for all Lord Hanuman devotees. It attracts innumerable Indian worshipers throughout the year. On Chaitra Purnima and Ashvin Purnima large fairs are organized every year with millions of devotees visiting here to pay their homage to the deity.
Now you can offer the normal Prasad as well as the Savamani Prasad directly through our website. We will visit the temple on the next day and offer the Prasad to Balaji on your behalf, as you would normally do. Then we carefully pack it and deliver it at your doorstep. (For the Prasad ordered after 5 PM, we offer it a day after the next day).
Normally, it takes us 2-4 working days to deliver the Prasad, and while packing we take full care that the Prasad remains unaffected during this period.
If you want to offer the Prasad for an occasion (Birthdays, Anniversary, Grih Pravesh etc.) on a specific date, please mention it in the specific instructions, and we shall strive to follow them for a timely and convenient delivery.
- Professional handling and logistics,
- Payment collection, and
- Government taxes
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