The Guruvayur Temple in Kerala recently received a unique offering for preparing the milk pudding to be offered to Lord Krishna. Mohanlal, an expatriate businessman and native of Mavelikkara, presented a vessel worth around 30 lakh rupees that can hold up to 1500 litres of Payasam.
The vessel was prepared under the leadership of Parumala Ananthan Achari and her son Anu Ananthan, and it will be used to prepare Palpayasam, which will be served today in the new vessel. This offering adds to the temple’s already impressive collection of offerings received from devotees over the years.
The Guruvayur Temple is a popular Hindu pilgrimage site that attracts thousands of devotees every year. It is known for its unique rituals and traditions, including the preparation and offering of Payasam to Lord Krishna. The temple has a long history of receiving offerings from devotees, including gold and silver items, and other expensive gifts.
The new vessel is an impressive addition to the temple’s collection of offerings and is a testament to the devotion and generosity of the temple’s devotees. The temple authorities expressed their gratitude to Mohanlal. The Guruvayur Temple is an important cultural and religious landmark in Kerala and continues to attract devotees from across the country and around the world.
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