Nageshwar Mahadev Prasad, Ayodhya , UP-Uttar Pradesh - Online Prasad,

Nageshwar Mahadev Prasad, Ayodhya

  • Rs. 751

With lots of Blessings get Prasad from Nageshwar Mahadev Temple, Ayodhya

The Nageshwar Mahadev Temple at Ayodhya is a special shrine of Lord Shiva. It is located at the Swargadwara Ram Ghat, on the banks of the famous Sarayu river. This temple is associated with the Nagas, or the snake people of Hindu mythology. Thousands of Hindu devotees from all across the world visit this temple every year, in order to seek Lord Shiva’s powerful blessings. It is also known as the Nageshwarnath temple.
Now, offer Prasad to Lord Shiva at the greatly revered Nageshwar Mahadev Temple and seek his divine blessings for yourself and your family.
We would offer Prasad on your behalf at the temple and home delivered it you within 3-4 days.

Blessings Include -

1. Peda prasad

2. Auspicious photo of Lord Shiva

3. Other holy items


The Nageshwar Mahadev Temple is considered to be one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva. It is one of the holiest pilgrimage sites dedicated to the Nageshwarnath form of Lord Shiva. The famous Shivlinga at this temple is said to be extremely powerful, and offering worship to it can move one closer to th attainment of salvation (Moksha).
The temple was built by Naval Rai in 1750 and is quite famous amongst Shiva devotees all across the world. The festival of Maha Shivratri is celebrated in a grand manner at this temple too. is not a temple representative. We act as your representative to offer & deliver Prasad to your doorstep. The price of Rs. 501 will be used to buy and offer Prasad at the temple. And, to cover all miscellaneous costs such as -
Professional handling and logistics,
Payment collection, and
Government taxes
Please feel free to give us a missed call at 09933421341 for any questions.

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