Patna Mahavir Mandir will provide free snack packets to the pilgrims returning after Chhath.

After Chhath Puja, passengers returning from Bihar to their workplace in other states will be given free delicious snacks from Mahavir Temple. This information was given by Acharya Kishore Kunal, Secretary of Mahavir Temple Trust. He said that from 21st to 24th November, 10,000 snack packets will be distributed every day by Mahavir Temple in the holding area of ​​Patna Junction. For the convenience of distribution, passengers will get packets of refreshments from Mahavir Temple through IRCTC.

Giving information in this regard, Secretary of Mahavir Temple Trust, Acharya Kishore Kunal said that Mahavir Temple has made this arrangement on the request of the Railway Administration. Regarding this, Saraswati Chandra, Senior Divisional Commercial Manager of Danapur Railway Division, had written a letter to Mahavir Temple requesting it. It was only after his request that the Patna Mahavir Temple Trust Committee took this decision.

Halwa and litti will be available

Devotees returning from Bihar to their workplace will be given halwa along with Bihari delicacy Litti as a snack. To prepare such a large number of snack packets, a team of artisans has been deployed on behalf of Mahavir Temple under the supervision of Naivedyam in-charge R Sheshadri. Acharya Kishore Kunal told that this service from Mahavir Temple will be free. No fee will be charged from anyone for this.

Free food in Ram-Rasoi

Acharya Kishore Kunal told that free Ram Rasoi is being run by Mahavir Temple in Ayodhya. Thousands of devotees are served delicious food every day for free in the Ram Rasoi of Mahavir Temple in the Amava Ram Temple complex, very close to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi. In Punauradham, the birthplace of Mata Janaki, free food is provided to the devotees through Sita Rasoi on behalf of Mahavir Temple.

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