In Hinduism, a sacred meal (Naivedyam) is a personal offering of every individual with their chosen deity (Ishta Devata). Devotees are encouraged to personally prepare organic sattvic vegetarian food items and offered to Bhagavan Vaideeshwara manifesting through The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism, Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam, His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam.
Darshan is superconscious atomic energy exploding at that time of Darshan. Auspiciousness in health mentally and physically, completion with karma related to wealth, abundance, prosperity, healing and fulfilling relationships are a natural by-product in the life of one who has received Darshan of the living incarnation of Paramashiva.
At the time of Darshan, the food offered as Naivedyam becomes sacred consecrated food known as Prasadam. Hindu temples around the world are known for distributing only Prasadam as part of their food bank, not because of moral value, but the immense healing properties in the Prasadam which will do collective good to mankind of the society, city and country who is consuming the Prasadam.
Therefore, SHRIKAILASA Uniting Nations for Nutritious Food and Hunger-Free World, in collaboration with SHRIKAILASA Uniting Nations for Ancient Sciences invite and encourage you to be part of KAILASA’s Nithyananda Annalaya (Food Bank) by sharing the Prasadam offered to Bhagavan Vaideeswara today to people in your area. On behalf of KAILASA’s Department of Human Services, we thank you in advance for your contribution. We request you to please kindly fill this form (http://tiny.cc/fooddonation) which would enable us to mark your contribution as part of KAILASA’s History.
One or more of the Naivedyams mentioned below can be offered as Naivedyam to Bhagavan Vaideeswara –
- Tamarind Rice
- Chakra pongal