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    Nice Beautiful Khabees Baba Temple in Uttar Pradesh.

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  • Babbu Khiva
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    its right in every temple you can got prasads

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  • PARAM GILL
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    not only in hindus but sikhs also do this on any gurupurab they do "langar sewa"

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  • xsmb
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    Khabees Baba was a local saint in the Sitapur district who died while worshipping Shiva. He was known to have healing powers and a fondness for fine liquor. There are no priests in this temple nor is there any deity. Xsmb Two slipper shaped structures in the temple symbolise the feet of the Baba over which devotees pour the liquor. Some of the drip off is collected and offered to devotees as prasad. Do remember not to obstruct the ritual pouring of the liquor with your face.

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    11. Sammed Shikharji Temple, Jharkhand

    One of the most holy places for Jain pilgrims, devotees have to make a 21 km climb to a mountain peak where 24 Tirthankaras obtained moksha through meditation. The doliwallahs (palaquin carriers) committee offers a refreshing drink of jaggery, water, honey and spices that is brewed together called kadha to help tired pilgrims regain their energy.

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    10. Shrinathji Temple, Rajasthan

    This temple in Nathdwara, Rajasthan, is devoted to the deity Shrinath where prasad is mathadi, a type of deep fried pastry, which is then dipped into a well of sugar syrup. 'Thor', a savoury variety is available for those who don't have a sweet tooth.

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    9. Ganpatipule Temple, Maharashtra

    This temple dedicated to Ganesha offers prasad that's fit for a king. Khichdi, pickle and boondi which are simple and filling. The evening bhog is even better as it consists of masala rice and pickle.

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    8. Dhandayuthapani Swami Temple, Tamil Nadu

    The temple dedicated to Murugan is located in the Palani hills of the southern state. The prasad there is considered to be the oldest form of jam as it is made of five fruits, sugar candy and jaggery. It was previously made by hand but now it is all machine made.

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    7. Sree Krishna Temple, Amblapuzha, Kerala

    The prasad at this temple is a simple rice pudding or palpayasam. The flavour of thepayasam is very unique and the recipe has been a secret guarded within thetemple for generations.

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    6. Khabees Baba Temple, Uttar Pradesh

    Khabees Baba was a local saint in the Sitapur district who died while worshipping Shiva. He was known to have healing powers and a fondness for fine liquor. There are no priests in this temple nor is there any deity. Two slipper shaped structures in the temple symbolise the feet of the Baba over which devotees pour the liquor. Some of the drip off is collected and offered to devotees as prasad. Do remember not to obstruct the ritual pouring of the liquor with your face.

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    5. Azhagar Kovil, Tamil Nadu

    This temple is situated 21 km from Madurai. Many farmers in the area bring grains such rice and pulses to the temple as offerings which are then made into crispy dosas as prasadam.

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    4. Mata Vaishno Devi, Katra, Jammu & Kashmir

    Vaishno Devi receives several devotees every year and their prasad might be one of the reasons why. The prasad is enclosed in a plastic packet and contains a mixture of moori (puffed rice), shredded coconut, sugar balls, and pieces of dried apple. The prasad can always be delivered via speed post.

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