Golden Temple Prasad, Amritsar , PB-Punjab - Online Prasad,

Golden Temple Prasad, Amritsar

  • Rs. 751

You will receive - 
  • 4 packets of dry 'Pinni' prasad, which is distributed at Harmindir Sahib
  • Locket with Kanga
  • Sacred photo
Temporary interruption of service at Darbar Sahib respecting views by SGPC. OnlinePrasad has clarified it's stance on the issue in a letter to SGPC President. We expect the service to start within one month time. A copy of the same will be made available here - click to readThe inconvenience caused to all the devotees is deeply regretted

The Golden Temple, also known as Sri Darbar Sahib or Sri Harmandir Sahib, is located at Amritsar, Punjab. Harmandir Sahib literally means "The Temple of God". Sikhs from, throughout the world, come to this temple to pay obeisance at the Golden Temple. This temple represents the Sikh community and emphasizes on their motto - "One God for All".
Now, get Prasad from Shri Harmandir Sahib/Golden Temple and seek blessings. We would offer prasad on your behalf at the temple and home delivered it to within 10-12 days.

Please note - we are not related with Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) in any manner whatsoever. We are merely a technology enabled logistics company.
Upon placing the request on our website, you AUTHORIZE us to visit the Gurudwara on your behalf, get the Prasad and courier it to you. 
Additional note - we are not in the business of selling Prasad. This is a service specially meant for people who are unable to visit the place of their faith, but would like to get Prasad. Since we are not a charitable trust and do NOT accept donations - we charge a nominal sum to cover operating costs. 

Process: Upon confirmation of your request, our representative will go to the temple/gurudwara/other holy place. Buy the Prasad (or make an offering) by giving appropriate charges to the authorities. Pakage and courier the Prasad to you. 


Golden Temple is the supreme shine of Sikhism. Under the supervision of Baba Budha ji, Guru Ram Das ji, carried out the excavation of the holy tank 'Amritsar or Amrit Sarovar' in 1577. Guru Ram Das Ji is the fourth guru of Sikhism. The Golden Temple was constructed in the middle of this tank. Under the guidance of the fifth Guru, Guru Arjan Dev, the Gurudwara was built. 
Mostly, the Hindu temples are constructed at a higher level than the surrounding area. But a unique fact about Golden Temple is that it is built at a lower level than the ground. Another unique custom here is that it has four entrances instead of the one entrance as in other traditional temples. The four entrances signify that anyone of any caste, creed or religion can enter this temple without any distinction. It also symbolizes the openness towards all. 
If you are looking to make a donation at the Gurudwara - you can do the same at SGPC website here - Please note that OnlinePrasad does not accept any donations. 

The typical morning in Harmandir is very traditional. The day begins with morning kirtans by singing Asa di Var. The holy Granth is brought from the Akal Takhat to the Harmandir and placed on the throne in the center of the sanctum. The Granth is then opened and a Hukum is taken to open and read the first composition on the page opened randomly.
The important festivals celebrated with great zeal at the Golden Temple are Vaisakhi or Baisakhi, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Diwali, the martyrdom day of Guru Teg Bahadur and Palki Sahib. 
Baisakhi commemorates the begining of Sikh New Year and the founding of Khalsa Panth. Whearas Palki Sahib is a nightly ceremony. During this ceremony, the Granth Sahib is carried in procession along the bridge to the Akal Takht (seat of Sikh Parliament).

The price will be used to buy and offer Prasad at the temple. And, to cover all miscellaneous costs such as -
  1. Packaging,
  2. Professional handling and logistics,
  3. Shipping and service charges,
  4. Website maintenance, payment collection, and
  5. Custom duties and government taxes

Please note - we are not related with Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) in any manner whatsoever. We are merely a technology enabled logistics company.
Upon placing the request on our website, you AUTHORIZE our representatives to visit the Gurudwara on your behalf, buy the Prasad and deliver it to you. Technical and legal liability rests with you, and not with the service provider. Please go through the terms & conditions for more details. 

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