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Naivedya

Mahā-naivedya is cooked rice offered to a devatā. Long Description: What is presented or offered to a deity. Mahā-naivedya is cooked rice offered to a devatā.

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Pt. Vilas Thuse
Pt. Vilas Thuse
Maha Naivedya - Regular Food (Rice, Daal, Vegitable, Salad/Chatni,.
How to worship Goddess during Navratri
List of Sevas at Sri Sharada Peetham, Sringeri
Modaka Naivedya – 1008 Nos. 2000. 40100.
Guru Parampara - Sri Sharada Peetam, Sringeri
Sahasranama - do. 15-00. 4.

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A quick lunch at affordable rates
Head to Naivedya at CP Ramaswamy Road, and I’m sure you won’t be disappointed. The seven-year-old restaurant offers authentic North Indian delicacies at affordable rates.

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Naivedhya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Naivedhya (Sanskrit: नैवेध्य) is a Sanskrit word which refers to offering of food to God, before eating it.
Naivedya Dishes
On this page I'll include the dishes that are traditionally offered to God (Niveda in sanskrit is for offering hence Naivedya items).
Why are tulsi leaves used while offering naivedya? | Introductory
Why are tulsi leaves used while offering naivedya to a deity?
Naivedya - Thaali - Aurangabad | Facebook
Sanskrit: naivedya
naivedya — food offered to Lord Viṣṇu; CC Adi 10.71 viṣṇu-naivedya — food offered to Lord Viṣṇu; CC Adi 14.39 naivedya — offering of food; CC Adi 14.

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