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What is Online Prasad

It is a Hindu religious ritual to make offerings of devotion to God during worship. Sweets, Fruit, etc are part of the offerings. Once the Puja is over, it is distributed among devotees. This is called Prasad. The famous temples of India have specific Prasad for distribution among devotees, like, Laddu. For devotees who stay outside India or even for those in India, who want the blessings of a certain Deity by having the Prasad of that particular temple, an online Prasad facility is like Heaven sent.

How does Online Prasad Work?

At a time when online shopping is the way of life, ordering online Prasad is also becoming popular, as it is not possible to always travel to the important temples, even if the devotee wants to. You may place your order for an online Prasad with Rudra Centre. We cater to online Prasadam delivery of important temples of India. When you order Prasad online by selecting the temple of your choice, from the temples in our list, we place the order of the Prasad from that particular temple for you. The Prasad then comes to us, which we immediately dispatch to you. Our efficient Prasad delivery services ensure that you receive your online Prasad order at the earliest, depending on where your location is. Our online Prasadam delivery service also includes countries outside India.

List of Temples for Online Prasad with Rudra Centre

Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai - Prasad of Laddu, Shree Ganesh Stotra book and locket of Siddhivinayak Ganesh.
Mumbadevi Temple, Mumbai - Dry Prasad with a photo of Mumbadevi or the temple.
Mahalaxmi Temple, Mumbai - Dry Sweet, Vibhuti, and Photo of Mahalaxmi or temple.
Babulnath Temple, Mumbai- Dry Prasad and Photo of Babulnath(Shivling) or the temple.
Kolhapur Mahalaxmi, Kolhapur - Dry Prasadam along with a photo of Goddess Idol and blessed Sindoor(Vermilion) and Haldi(Turmeric).
Shani Shignapur, Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra - Prasad directly from Shani Shignapur is blessed at the feet of the Deity idol. Dry Sweet Prasad, 2 (L) x 2.7 (H) inches Shanidev photo in acrylic Frame, 5 (L) x 7(H) inches Shanidev photo with a stand, Shree Shanidev Yantra, Shani Ring, Shani Locket, Naal and Black thread ( To wear for 21 days by Men only and then drop into a water body like a river ).
Trayambakeshwar Temple, Nasik district, Maharashtra - Dry Prasad, book on Trayambakeshwar, VCD on 12 Jyotirlinga darshan, Picture frame of Lingam
Akshardham Temple, Delhi - Dry Prasadam along with a photo of the temple/Swaminarayan.
Vindhyavasini Devi Temple, Vindhyachal - Dry Sweet Prasad, Goddess Photo, locket, Mauli thread, book, and Chunri.
Arunachaleswara Temple, Thiruvannamalai - Photo of Deity or temple, holy Thread, Dry Prasad, Kumkum, Vibhuti, holy Theertham Water.
Sai Baba Temple, Shirdi - Udi (Bhasma), Dry Sweet Prasad from the temple, and an original picture of Sai Baba in an Acrylic frame.
Chandi Devi Temple, Haridwar - Dry Prasad, photo of Devi or Temple
Hari Ki Pauri Prasadam, Haridwar - Dry Prasad with a photo of Ghat.
Mansa Devi Temple, Haridwar - Dry Prasad with a photo of a temple or of Mansa Devi
Shrinathji Temple, Nathdwara - Dry Prasadam along with a photo of the temple/Idol

How Fresh is the Prasad?

Online Prasad at various temples is dry Sweets or other non-perishable items, which are long-lasting. For example, if the Prasad is Laddu or some other Sweet, then the temple packaging has the date of packaging written on it. Secondly, to make it long-lasting pure ingredients are used. The temples also make sure that the Prasad is packaged hygienically, which further ensures that the Prasad is fresh and lasts long. The Prasad you receive will be of the latest packaging date and as you will receive the online Prasad delivery within a few days of it being dispatched by us, it will be fresh enough to consume and distribute.